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msg #99718
3/17/2011 1:51:02 AM

I like the concept - will look at the candidates -action over the next few days. Any selection criteria besides column 3?

msg #103069
10/23/2011 11:52:33 AM

Nice work.

FYI....All three charts in your post seem identical and don't match the three ETF closing values: i.e. 180 ish for all of the charts vs three different actual losing values for the etfs.. When I run the filter it seems to work ok, so i'm wondering if this is a posting glitch with SF or?

Also, any thoughts on combining this filter with a market direction scheme to catch the downtrends?


Filter Exchange · ADX DMI Method ^3
msg #101460
7/6/2011 4:15:59 PM

Wheel.. I was interested in the logic, so Here's a really crude start using the info in the links Four sent and loosening up the parametters to get some matches.

If you expand/refine this somewhat and add the post to this thread, the response might be better: Errors leap off the page to competent coders, while a blank page evokes little reaction. Also, putting in some effort before asking for a complete system couldn't hurt.

set{channeltop,high 15 day high}
set{channelbottom,low 15 day low}
set{tchg, channeltop minus channeltop 15 days ago }
set{bchg, channelbottom minus channelbottom 15 days ago}
set{atchg, abs(tchg)}
set{abchg, abs(bchg)}
set{channeltopchange, atchg / channeltop}
set{channelbottomchange, atchg / channeltop}
show stocks where close above 5
and draw channeltop on plot price
and draw channelbottom on plot price
and channeltop < 10 percent above channelbottom
and channeltopchange < 0.025
and channelbottomchange < 0.025

pattern is ascending triangle(15,3)
price crossed above the upper ascending triangle(15,3)

ADX(13) has been < 25 for the last 15 days
+DMI(8) has been above ADX fo the last 3 days
-DMI(8) has been above ADX fo the last 3 days
+DMI(8) crossed above -DMI(8) within the last 1 day
Draw ADX(8)
Draw DI(8) Difference


Public Filter List · Breakout combo using RvrRat and iPaid filters together
msg #101681
7/17/2011 11:59:08 AM

/* RvrRatz orig PB&momentum filter */
set{PB ,100*ma(7) divided by ma(65)}
add column PB
and sort column 5 descending
and show stocks where PB is between 200 and 100
draw resistance(45,15,2)
draw resistance(65,10)
draw support(65,10,1)
draw support(45,15,2)
and add column Beta {Beta}
and market is not ETF
set{ iTargetPrice , close * .04 }
set{ Target , itargetprice +close}
add column Target
and price between 1 and 50
and average volume(90) > 100000
/* RvrRatz tweak to prioritize */
and Momentum(12) increasing last 2 days
Draw Momentum(12)
Draw RSI(2)
Draw Linear Regression Channel(60)
Draw Williams %R(14)
Draw Roc
Draw Force Index(13)

/* iPaid's stays withi a 2% top range */
set{newhigh, high 1 month high}
set{newhighrange, newhigh * 0.98}
set{newhighrangehits, count(high > newhighrange, 10)}

show stocks where
average volume(10) is above 100000 and
close is above 1
and draw high 1 month high
and the 10 days slope of newhigh equals 0
and newhighrangehits > 0

and add column newhighrangehits

To cut the candidate list I combined RvrRat and iPaid 's filters on the recent Breakout forum and got three hits

General Discussion · Including stocks from top industry groups
msg #98447
1/5/2011 9:40:09 PM

I really like the concept here. I ran this filter:

show stocks where close is above 2.00
and stocks in top industries(5,weekly)
and add column industry
and add column RSI(14)

sort on column 6 descending

I expected to see stocks from the top 5 industries (Industries ranked by the ones that had the highest performance in the last week) sorted by RSI. To check the results, I went to the home page, view all industries, and sorted the 1 week % column. This showed the top 5 industries for the last week to be (from 1st to 5th) Machinery-Elect Utilities (1), Retail-Drug Stores (7), Banks-West (45), Electronic Products-Misc (31), Insurance-Life industries(18.

The filter results were sorted by RSI and the last four industries were represented, but no stock from the top ranked Machinery-Elect Utilities, industry was displayed. So I ran the filter for the Machinery-Elect Utilities industry and found the missing stock was ZBB $1.20 and thus too low in price to be displayed by my filter.

I mention this only to point out that the industry that was ranked #1 got that ranking by having an increase of some 11 cents because the 10% percentage increase was calculated off a base of just over $1.12. I'll be inspecting the results to make sure I'm not looking at big increases off very small base prices.

General Discussion · Inverse Head & Shoulders pattern filter
msg #100143
4/6/2011 1:11:42 PM

I searched the site and reviewed the guide and the on line indicators section but was unsuccessful in finding a filter for inverse or non inverse head & shoulders pattern(s). Any links or ideas would be appreciated.

Filter Exchange · Money Flow
msg #98080
12/18/2010 12:29:45 AM

Nice work!
I need to really spend more time on this to understand if fully, but if I get the most basic logic, a stock with a high mfrsi score and buy =1 score is a good long prospect?

I got 971 stocks back so I added a few lines to filter out stocks with a zero buy score and a mfrsi score below 60. Top of the list was LEE. A chart shows the breakout happened 12/3 and the trend is strongly up.

Any comments on the above would be appreciated.

Filter Exchange · Money Flow
msg #98082
12/18/2010 2:53:23 AM

Hi Dave:

The link shows the LEE daily chart. One thing that would really make this great is the ability to see if the money flow/rsi ramp up began just before the 12/3 lift off or on 12/3 or not till later. The dotted lines on the chart are David Elliot's MOBO (modified Bollinger Bands set to 5 days and +/- .8 std dev's plus a Fisher algorithm. Adding a filter that catches an upturn of the slope of a standard/modified upper BB or a short term sma (the yellow solid line is 20 sma which is still flat on 12/3) might be useful.

Filter Exchange · Money Flow
msg #98083
12/18/2010 3:03:31 AM

When I reread the above I see I wasn't crisp in describing things. I see that the bottom studies on the chart let you the see the MF/RS /price build up. What I was trying to describe was a way to capture the ramp up of all three when it starts via a filter that only shows candidates for ramping up.

Filter Exchange · Money Flow
msg #98121
12/19/2010 7:24:22 PM

thanks - having i-net issues.- TTL

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