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Filter Exchange · Trying to recreate Price Action Channel (5EMA, High; 5EMA, Low)
semovente
msg #102403
8/22/2011 12:33:25 PM

While I realize this can be done quite easily with a Custom EMA, I really want to be able to create this with the Heikin-Ashi High and Heikin-Ashi Low. As well, I would look for closes (Heikin-Ashi Close) above or below the channel as potential triggers.

Anyone care to give it a try?

Thanks in advance,

.vp

Filter Exchange · Moving average strategy...
semovente
msg #98640
1/18/2011 4:44:06 PM

Interesting approach:

http://www.traderplanet.com/newsletter_articles/view/3659

.vp

Filter Exchange · Candlesticks - Black and White
semovente
msg #98433
1/5/2011 2:00:23 PM

What is the setting so that just I get Black and White Candlesticks?

Filter Exchange · rsi(2) - Buy on the day's high
semovente
msg #98432
1/5/2011 1:55:35 PM

Everything I have read about this approach says to buy on the CLOSE which could be costly if the stock (and rsi(2) continues to drop). I was wondering if anyone has looked at buying on the HIGH to act as a filter so that the trade would/may not execute in the event the stock keeps falling.

Any thoughts?

Filter Exchange · MA and EMA and Slow Stochastics and RSI
semovente
msg #95850
8/26/2010 11:49:12 AM

Any idea as to which indicators (looks like a few MAs, 1 to establish overall trend and 2 for the entry and exit) settings?

.vp

Filter Exchange · CCI Breakout Strategy
semovente
msg #93893
6/15/2010 9:20:02 PM

I came across an approach that uses of the CCI to indicate breakout possibilities and is explained here:

http://www.investopedia.com/articles/forex/08/CCI.asp

The long rules are as follows:

--On the daily or the hourly charts, place the CCI indicator with standard input of 20.
--Note the very last time the CCI registered a reading of greater than +100 before dropping back below the +100 zone.
--Take a measure of the peak CCI reading and record it.
--If CCI once again trades above the +100 and if its value exceeds the prior peak reading, go long at market at the close of the candle.
--Measure the low of the candle and use it as your stop.
--If the position moves in your favor by the amount of your original stop, sell half and move the stop to breakeven.
--Take profit on the rest of the trade when the position moves to two times your stop.

Anyone willing to turn this into a usable filter?

Thanks in advance,

.vp


Filter Exchange · Guppy MMA, rsi(13) and rsi(2)
semovente
msg #92459
5/11/2010 9:07:10 AM

Moby::

Thanks for making it clickable. Any thoughts on the approach?

.vp



Filter Exchange · Guppy MMA, rsi(13) and rsi(2)
semovente
msg #92419
5/10/2010 1:05:18 PM

Something I have been playing with. Let me know what you think and where improvements can be made:


/* Price and Volume filter */

Close is between 2 and 20
and Average Volume(30) is above 500000

/* Use rsi(13) and its moving average (13) as a filter for rsi(2) */

and RSI(13) is greater than CMA(RSI(13),13)
and RSI(13) is greater than 35
and RSI(2) is less than RSI(2) 1 day ago


/* Filter with 2 of the Guppy MAs */

and ema(15) is above ema(60)

/* Draw Guppy MMAs to provide visual indication of trend */
draw ema(3) draw ema(5) draw ema(8) draw ema(10) draw ema(12) draw ema(15)
draw ema(30) draw ema(35) draw ema(40) draw ema(45) draw ema(50) draw ema(60)

/* Sort by price */

sort column 2


Filter Exchange · RSI(2) and Inverse ETFs
semovente
msg #89721
3/16/2010 5:51:46 PM

The one advantage of an Inverse ETF is for the case where one does not want to have a shorting account or in the case of Canadian RRSP accounts which do not permit shorting.



Filter Exchange · RSI(2) and Inverse ETFs
semovente
msg #89623
3/15/2010 3:45:46 PM

Has anyone modified the "rules" for Inverse ETFs?

Thanks in advance,

.vp

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