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General Discussion · Still Waiting
wantonellis
msg #158557
2/9/2022 6:49:58 AM

wantonellis......

here is a good video and explanation of using using HA with a smoothing technique. as the trend wanes the candles get narrower. I thing there are a few folks on TradingView who have the code and use it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AivXfzhzs84

Thanks I'll check it out.

General Discussion · Still Waiting
wantonellis
msg #158556
2/9/2022 6:49:04 AM

Sorry, what I meant to say is can the prior days bar change, I could have sworn they did on Tradingview.
Tqqq had a Green Day yet the candle is Red. So is Tqqq a short in your book?
This takes 2 days bars into consideration right? I’m on vacation and haven’t studied them much.

Based on the HA formula the prior day bar shouldn't change. At the end of the day the daily HA is set. At the end of the week the weekly HA is set and so on. Yes two bars to calculate.

The Heikin-Ashi Formula
Normal candlestick charts are composed of a series of open-high-low-close (OHLC) candles set apart by a time series. The Heikin-Ashi technique shares some characteristics with standard candlestick charts but uses a modified formula of close-open-high-low (COHL): Here's the formula -

https://www.investopedia.com/trading/heikin-ashi-better-candlestick/

Looks like TQQQ is currently red on the monthly, weekly and daily HA charts.





General Discussion · Still Waiting
wantonellis
msg #158546
2/8/2022 5:04:36 PM

So do these Heikin Ashi Candles change and mutate throughout the day. Is that what I’m seeing. What about playing daily candles, would that not be so good? I haven’t studied them.

The monthly HA charts are very good for identifying and keeping with the trend. For example when the SP500, DJIA and Nasdaq indexes are all green on HA monthly charts that's a good time to take chances in the market. As far as changing and mutating it doesn't matter if it's a bar, candle or HA. They all change and mutate. The HA's are averaging price so they're smoother in appearance. I'm back testing a few strategies and so far the further I get away from daily prices and stick to monthly the better the results.

General Discussion · Still Waiting
wantonellis
msg #158543
modified
2/8/2022 3:18:34 PM

wantonellis, here is my post where I tackled Heikin Ashi candles.

Not an easy task. Would be a nice feature from SF to expand out the charting to Monthly and add HA charts.

In the mean time you can get them free at https://www.barchart.com/ and https://www.marketinout.com/. Marketinout has a backtester with 20 years of data with a paid subscription.

General Discussion · Still Waiting
wantonellis
msg #158531
modified
2/7/2022 5:54:51 PM

Pull up a monthly Heiken-Ashi Chart. Just like driving. When green go trading. When red stop trading.

https://www.marketinout.com/chart/servlet.php?symbol=SP500.i&n=1&tindicator=&ttype=20&tv=0&tp=2&s=big&tz=5&intraday_color=greenred&chart_color=greenred


Filter Exchange · trading within a range of 0-10% during the last 10 days?
wantonellis
msg #158421
1/19/2022 6:56:20 AM

Fetcher[
set{h,high 10 day high}
set{l,low 10 day low}
count(close < h,10) equal 10
count(close > l,10) equal 10

draw price line at h
draw price line at l
]



General Discussion · Average Daily Range
wantonellis
msg #158246
12/27/2021 12:49:52 PM

"So I am looking to create a filter that will let me search for stocks that have moved say 5%, say 75 out of the last 120 days"

Fetcher[
count(day range > 4.99%,125) > 74
add column count(day range > 4.99%,125)
]



Filter Exchange · 2 day pattern
wantonellis
msg #158197
12/16/2021 6:48:56 AM

I think you need to tweak your filter. No matches as seen below.

Fetcher[
/* previous days low is within 15% of the open */
open less than 15% > low 1 day ago
open less than 15% < low 1 day ago

/* previous day high is within 15% of the close */
high 1 day ago less than 15% > close
high 1 day ago less than 15% < close

/* today's open is at least 50% below high of yesterday */
open more than 50% < high 1 day ago

/* BUT NOT below the low of yesterday */
open > low 1 day ago

/* closes below the low of yesterday */
close < low 1 day ago
]



No Stocks Matched your filter.
Syntax # Results Filter Text
12455 open less than 15% > low 1 day ago
12389 open less than 15% < low 1 day ago
12122 high 1 day ago less than 15% > close
12102 high 1 day ago less than 15% < close
0 open more than 50% < high 1 day ago
0 open > low 1 day ago
0 close < low 1 day ago


Filter Exchange · Weekly Morning Star/Evening Star Pattern
wantonellis
msg #158182
12/11/2021 9:58:34 AM

Go here and scroll down to candlesticks. https://www.stockfetcher.com/examples

You'll find both Morning Star/Evening Star Pattern code.

Put the phrase weekly before open, close, high, low, etc.

General Discussion · help to create filter!
wantonellis
msg #157820
10/8/2021 3:36:43 PM

Do you have any suggestions for picks that may have better upward traction than others ?

There's really no way of knowing the answer to that. You could add day change > 0 to the filter. At least you will know the price has begun to move up. For me, I would put a buy stop above the high and a sell stop below the low. If you get filled and the stock moves up track your stop loss up to lock in a gain. If you get filled and the stock doesn't go your way, you get stopped out with a small loss. For me that would be 1/4 of 1% (0.0025) of total capitol. Good luck.

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