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General Discussion · %Chg
rrochon
msg #41500
2/22/2006 4:34:18 PM

How do you write a filter for %Chg above 2?


General Discussion · 60 day decreasing slope channel
rrochon
msg #28047
8/25/2003 2:09:04 PM

Using the 60 day decreasing slope channel on the Home page, how would one modify it to show only those stocks closing above the BB, have an average volume(90) of above 100000 and price is above 5?

Or if this is not possible, what filter would one use to show stocks that are trading in a 60 day decreasing slope channel?

Dick


Filter Exchange · A Nice Generic Filter That Works
rrochon
msg #27164
7/3/2003 2:36:17 AM

zfetch, How do you do that?

Dick


Filter Exchange · are you guys paying attention i gave you the worlds best filter
rrochon
msg #27024
6/23/2003 5:11:03 PM

HG,

You have given us everything BUT your filters. We're listening and we're interested, but how can we come up with winners like you do if you will not spell out your filters? This group is called, "Filter Exchange" you know.

Dick


General Discussion · Avery
rrochon
msg #46002
7/20/2006 3:34:34 PM

You posted, "The Most Powerful Desktop Financial Portal Available On The web
http://www.the-market-toolbox.com/download.html.

I downloaded it, but I can't find the screener you mentioned, with FA and TA indicators. Can you help?

Dick



General Discussion · Backtesting
rrochon
msg #32435
6/25/2004 8:52:49 PM

Is there a way to backtest a filter for a particular period of time? I know that the number of days can be changed, but how would I backtest a filter for 1/1/04 to 3/31/04, for example?

Some filters work better when the general market is going up, so it would be handy to be able to backtest a filter, like Muddy's, during a time when the SP500 or the Vectorvest Composite was trending up, as compared with the last 68 days.

Dick


General Discussion · Backtesting
rrochon
msg #32987
8/25/2004 5:51:57 PM

Cegis,

Maybe I am not reading it correctly, or you didn't understand what I was asking. The filter you designed shows a list of stocks and what the results were to date.

As an example, suppose I want to run a backtest on Muddy's filter from 6/30/04 to 8/12/04, when the QQQ went down 13%. How would I do this?

Dick


General Discussion · Backtesting
rrochon
msg #33087
9/1/2004 2:01:09 PM

C,

Is this filter for finding the performance of a single stock or for a filter? My original request was to backtest the performance of a filter (say Muddy's) for a period when the general market was trending down. (from 6/30 to 8/13).

Would your filter just be added to Muddy's filter?

Wouldn't it be nice if the offset could be a "range" instead of a "number" of days?

Dick




General Discussion · Backtesting Improvement
rrochon
msg #27062
6/25/2003 4:15:51 PM

Join the club, Chestnut. We have been asking for this for a long time.

Dick


General Discussion · Before open trades
rrochon
msg #33243
9/15/2004 1:27:07 AM

I notice that sometimes, at the close, a stock's price will change from a bid/ask price of 5.70/5.75 to 0/9000. I assume that they do this, because there is no after hours trading on these stocks and they do not want any orders placed after the market is closed.

If the closing price was 5.75 I might want to place a buy stop order before I go to bed, on the open, of 5.80. Is it possible to do this when the bid/ask says 0/9000?

Dick




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