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General Discussion · Last Fourm Entry First ••••
msg #32054
5/13/2004 8:18:09 AM

BTW...Everytime I see your name, I'm reminded of an old friend named Mickey Slattery.

General Discussion · Last Fourm Entry First ••••
msg #32053
5/13/2004 1:50:23 AM

If you use the thread's name (or anything else for that matter) in the search box, you can then click on the date column header to reverse the order.

General Discussion · Smoothing Indicators?
msg #31954
5/2/2004 6:39:16 PM

Sorry, not, but

General Discussion · Smoothing Indicators?
msg #31953
5/2/2004 6:37:29 PM

Check out custom moving averages in the Anouncements Forum. If this doesn't help you, you might find useful.

Filter Exchange · Anyone Do Fractal Analysis Filters?
msg #31922
4/28/2004 10:35:26 PM

Hey yepher,

Yeah fractals and coinsiding cycles/trends is good stuff, IMO. I do my work with these on more of a weekly,daily,Intraday scale. But for this I use Wealth Lab, do the lack of intra,and etc. on Fetcher. EWZuber mentions alot about using multi time frames and coinciding stochastic cycles.

BTW, I've found it limiting trying to scan for chart patterns. You'd have to use price(percentage) zones, rather than price levels, etc. Though, I believe it is do able to be relatively close to identifing certain patterns, I haven't yet dedicated enough of my time to it. Have fun.


General Discussion · Just a Heads Up
msg #31920
4/28/2004 10:16:17 PM

Hey Zuber,

I have noticed that you place most (all?) of your support/resistance emphasis on TL's and MA's. I don't remember (with out reviewing) you ever mentioning price zone support/resistance levels, which struck me this evening.

I have noticed that a lot analytical traders, such as your self, who pay attention to more of a Wykoff style of analysis, seem to place more of an emphasis on these "price zones" and volume there in. Although they do, naturally, pay attention to the TL's and MA's as well, they seem to prioritize the zones. Having respect for your methods of analysis, I wonder if you might comment on your experience with these price levels of support and resistance.


Have fun with your new piece of hardware.


Filter Exchange · rsi(2) crossover method
msg #31848
4/23/2004 8:26:02 AM

What is CMA? Is that an error and supposed to be SMA?

Filter Exchange · Simplicity! (continuing a tradition on
msg #31847
4/23/2004 8:19:23 AM


I also use Wealth Lab. Have you been trading the simplicity (or pullback) scripts?

Is it automated? I ask because I'm a little leary of automating the pullback scripts in today's environment.

Currently my scripts are based on reversion to the mean.


General Discussion · BottomLineStocks
msg #31835
4/22/2004 9:06:43 AM


Are you a proclaimed guru now? ... You seem to be geting a little wierded out.
No offense intended, just mentioning my observations.


Filter Exchange · [Help] _ In need of algorithm(s):
msg #31825
4/21/2004 5:55:26 PM

I had it right the first time. forget the last post. A little tired last night.

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