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General Discussion · Help with Williams %R Retest
wkloss
msg #93164
5/26/2010 1:34:34 PM

I'm trying to write a filter where the stock crosses and closes above %R -20; falls below -20 and then closes again above %R -20. Here's what I have so far and I don't think it is correct:

Williams %R(30) closed above -20 within the last 10 days and
Williams %R(30) closed below -20 within the last 9 days and Williams %R(30) closed above -20

Comments and help would be appreciated

Filter Exchange · Need Help Please
wkloss
msg #88388
2/18/2010 8:25:29 PM

That made it work.

Things like this take me forever to figure out.

Thanks.

Filter Exchange · Need Help Please
wkloss
msg #88373
2/18/2010 2:57:11 PM

I am trying to write a filter where the stock crossed above and closed above the Upper Acceleration Band(20) yesterday and closed above the Upper Acceleration Band(20) today and add column beta(Beta) and add column ATR(ATR) and stock is optionable. When I debug,I keep getting told that my days are incorrect. Here's what I have so far:

Show stocks where close 2 days ago crossed above the Upper Acceleration Band(20) 2 days ago
and close has been above Upper Acceleration Band(20) for the last 2 days
and stock is optionable
and column ATR(ATR) and add column beta(Beta)

The concept is a breakout above the Upper Acceleration Band(20) which is confirmed by closing above the Band the day of the breakout and further confirmed by closing above the Band the next day. The next day confirmation does not have to be higher than the day of the breakout.


Thanks.


General Discussion · Please Help
wkloss
msg #74788
5/28/2009 12:04:20 AM

Chetron,

That works. Thanks

Bill

General Discussion · Please Help
wkloss
msg #74785
5/27/2009 9:21:16 PM

I'm trying to develop a filter with a confirmation and I have gotten myself confused.

The concept is on day 1, the +DI crosses above the -DI. On day 2, the stock closes above the close on day 1. Is the correct wording

Version 1: Show stocks where +DI(14) crossed above -DI(14) 2 days ago and close today is above close 2 days ago

or Version 2: Show stocks where +DI(14) crossed above -DI(14) 1 day ago and close today is above close 1 day ago?



Filter Exchange · DOJI
wkloss
msg #70925
1/24/2009 2:19:53 PM

mktmole,

Regarding your thought that the Doji should appear on a down day, I reread the article and I don't think it has to be a down day. There is a link to the article on page 1 of this thread. He shows 3 charts. Two had green Doji's and one had a red Doji.

BK

Filter Exchange · DOJI
wkloss
msg #70849
1/22/2009 10:03:07 AM

Chetron,

I agree that the name is TRO Doji. I am referring to TRO's post in this thread on 1-6-09 at 8:29 AM where he posts the TRO Doji filter and it is followed by the Todd Krueger article on Wycoff Candle Volume Analysis. I emailed Krueger and he said yes, it does take several consecutive lower volume days plus the Doji.

The reason I made my first post is that I have run TRO's Doji filter for several days and noticed that a lot of the Doji days on lower volume are preceeded by a higher volume day. I wondered if one lower volume day was enough for a set up and Krueger agrees that one day is not.

My code writing skills would result in a product that would look like it was done by the three stooges so that leaves 2 choices:

1. Use TRO's filter as a first step and mentally scan for set ups with more than one low volume day or

2. See what you, TRO and other skilled filter writers think about this.

Either way, I appreciate what has been developed and posted.

BK

Filter Exchange · DOJI
wkloss
msg #70837
1/21/2009 6:11:19 PM

I have been using your code for the Wyckoff Candle Volume Analysis for a few days and I noticed that a lot of times it identifies Doji's whose daily volume is only lower than the previous daily volume. In the article, it says that volume on the Doji day should be lower than the volume on several previous days. I interpret this to mean several consecutive previous days. Of course, this is only my interpretation of what the author was trying to say and obviously could be wrong.

Did anyone else think this was what he meant?

If so and if TRO agrees, perhaps TRO would be kind enough to modify the filter.

BTW, I really appreciate TRO and the others who provide filters.



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