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Filter Exchange ·  Percentage Hughes AD Oscillator with 8 Parameters
tomm1111
msg #90764
4/4/2010 4:38:26 AM

It certainly is hyperactive as stated in the book. Not sure how this performs since the book was published.

http://books.google.com/books?id=SYWkGQawUgAC&pg=PA74&dq=percent+hughes&cd=2#v=onepage&q=percent%20hughes&f=false

Fetcher[
symlist(dia)

set{vara,ind(^advn,close)}
set{vard,ind(^decn,close)}
set{varu,ind(^uncn,close)}
set{var1,vara-vard}
set{var2,vara+vard}
set{var3,var2+varu}
set{var4,var1/var3}
set{var5,var4*100}
set{var6,var5+100}
set{var7, var6 1 day ago}
set{var8,cema(var7,12)}
set{var9,cema(var7,2)}
set{var10,cema(var7,8)}
set{var11,cema(var7,46)}
set{var12,var8*0.92}
set{var13,var9*1.04}
set{var14,var10*1.04}
set{var15,var11*0.92}

set{enter_long,count(var6 crossed above var12,1)}
set{enter_short,count(var6 crossed below var14,1)}
set{exit_short,count(var6 crossed above var15,1)}
set{exit_long,count(var6 crossed below var13,1)}

draw enter_long
draw exit_long on plot enter_long
draw enter_short
draw exit_short on plot enter_short
]



Filter Exchange ·  Percentage Hughes AD Oscillator with 8 Parameters
tomm1111
msg #90789
4/4/2010 8:17:04 PM

Both are effective, but very different. The EMA is based on price and the Hughes is based on breadth. I think looking at different types of indicator can work together in the analysis.

General Discussion · 2-Period RSI trades with ETFs -- Using Options
tomm1111
msg #109822
modified
1/3/2013 12:38:21 AM

If your time frame is short, look at "in the money" weekly or front month options with high delta. If you don't know what "delta" means, don't trade options and read a book to educate yourself (many available that are good). As eman suggests, futures would a good instrument to trade if they fit with your strategy.

General Discussion · actual rsi(2) equation
tomm1111
msg #66066
8/11/2008 1:36:04 PM

Anybody know the actual rsi(2) equation SF uses? Using only 2 bars returns alot of 0's and 100's, however, that is not what a SF rsi(2) filter returns.

The following rsi equation doesn't work.

RSI = 100 - 100 / (1 + RS)
RS = AG / AL

General Discussion · actual rsi(2) equation
tomm1111
msg #66094
8/11/2008 8:33:06 PM

Bump.

Smart guys, SF. What's the actual RSI(2) equation used?

General Discussion · actual rsi(2) equation
tomm1111
msg #66099
8/11/2008 10:52:31 PM

Cool. Thanks Tomb for the reply.

I think I remember running into that equation at some point. I'm going to look into it further.

Tom

General Discussion · ADX screen
tomm1111
msg #65388
7/24/2008 2:35:31 AM

Try this...
First post. Don't know how to set up the fetcher.

show stocks where adx(14) 2 days ago had been decreasing for 5 days
and adx(14) has been increasing for the last 2 days
and adx(14) below -DI(14)
and adx(14) below +DI(14)
and +DI(14) crosses -DI(14) last 2 days
and volume above 100000
and close above 5

General Discussion · ADX screen
tomm1111
msg #65391
7/24/2008 3:12:22 AM

Alright this is the extent of my SF prowness thus far. I couldn't figure out how to use the same filter for buy and sell screens so I modified Infront's filter into 2. Infront, nice filter.

[
/*ADX filter - sell screen*/
show stocks where adx(14) 2 days ago had been decreasing for 5 days
and adx(14) has been increasing for the last 2 days
and adx(14) below -DI(14)
and adx(14) below +DI(14)
and -DI(14) crossed above +DI(14) last 2 days
and volume above 100000
and close above 5
]

[
/*ADX filter - buy screen*/
show stocks where adx(14) 2 days ago had been decreasing for 5 days
and adx(14) has been increasing for the last 2 days
and adx(14) below -DI(14)
and adx(14) below +DI(14)
and -DI(14) crossed below +DI(14) last 2 days
and volume above 100000
and close above 5

General Discussion · Amivest Ratio - Coding help for ABSValue and Summation
tomm1111
msg #114584
7/22/2013 1:47:28 AM

vixvix,

How do you plan using the Amivist Ratio for trading or screening?

Fetcher[
set{liquidity, close * volume}

set{dv, sum(liquidity, 22)}
set{prc_chg,abs(close - close 1 day ago)}
set{prc_dec,prc_chg / close 1 day ago}
set{prc_perc,prc_dec * 100}
set{r_1, sum(prc_perc, 22)}

set{Amivest1, dv / r_1}
set{Amivest, Amivest1 / 1000}

add column Amivest
draw Amivest
]



General Discussion · Any recommendations for "Trading Computers"
tomm1111
msg #66260
8/16/2008 3:41:12 AM

Guru,

Kudos to you if you found this web site on a 386. Wow. Even reading this is a blast from the past! My first computer was a state of the art 386 back in 1989.

Personally, I wouldn't worry about a "trading" computer. Any modern computer (~$600 max) will do. (Intel or AMD)

My only requirement for a "trading" computer would be a dedicated video card to run 2 monitors. On-mother board video cannot do this very well if at all.

And of course, previously mentioned, a high speed internet connection.

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