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Filter Exchange · A different way of looking at the Guppy Multiple Moving Averages
Mactheriverrat
msg #154963
modified
12/15/2020 10:57:34 PM

One thing to remember with Guppy is with every pullback on a strong trend and it starts going back up is a good chance to get into that uptrend.

/* e33 is number of consecutive days ema(3) above (+)/below(-) previous eMA(3) one day ago */
set{e33b,days( ema(3) is above eMA(3) one day ago ,250)}
set{e33a,days( ema(3) is below eMA(3) one day ago ,250)}
set{e33, e33a - e33b} and add column e33 {e33}

Set{cnte33,count( ema(3) > ema(3) one day ago ,1)}
draw cnte33

Set{cnte33b,count( ema(3) < ema(3) one day ago ,1)}

draw cnte33b

/* e55 is number of consecutive days ema(5) above (+)/below(-) previous eMA(5) one day ago */
set{e55b,days( ema(5) is above eMA(5) one day ago ,250)}
set{e55a,days( ema(5) is below eMA(5) one day ago ,250)}
set{e55, e55a - e55b} and add column e55 {e55}

Set{cnte55,count( ema(5) > ema(5) one day ago ,1)}
draw cnte55

Set{cnte55b,count( ema(5) < ema(5) one day ago ,1)}

draw cnte55b




Like I said before . Every trader anywhere and everywhere see's the same price action.

General Discussion · EOD price
Mactheriverrat
msg #154955
12/14/2020 8:48:20 PM

Just logged back on and mine have since updated price's

General Discussion · EOD price
Mactheriverrat
msg #154953
12/14/2020 5:38:22 PM

There are a few that haven't updated since around 11 am CST.

Filter Exchange · A different way of looking at the Guppy Multiple Moving Averages
Mactheriverrat
msg #154948
12/14/2020 11:43:00 AM

Update from page two from 12/13/20
AMWL = Resistance Breakout!


Filter Exchange · A different way of looking at the Guppy Multiple Moving Averages
Mactheriverrat
msg #154939
modified
12/13/2020 9:19:29 PM

@shilllihs
Why not just how to do it.

Filter Exchange · A different way of looking at the Guppy Multiple Moving Averages
Mactheriverrat
msg #154935
modified
12/13/2020 5:55:14 PM

Meaning even one should be on watch after the two groups separate for first signs of weakness in the short term group while the longer term group continues to finishing rolling over.



Filter Exchange · A different way of looking at the Guppy Multiple Moving Averages
Mactheriverrat
msg #154934
12/13/2020 5:50:15 PM

A tale of the charts.

Remember in that Guppy Video when both groups of averages are intertwined that they are in a state of flux. Its when they finally separate from each other that the magic happens but even after the turn in one direction or another that both groups must finish rolling over.

NOG and CDEV of this. Ema 15 / 30 cross , ema 17 / 50 cross or even a ema 15 cross ema 60 cross which one would think would be the seperation of the two Guppy groups for that matter that the trend change can fail or succeed.








Filter Exchange · A different way of looking at the Guppy Multiple Moving Averages
Mactheriverrat
msg #154928
12/13/2020 2:25:24 PM

BTW i-
On my filters I'm calling the "Graf's Guppy system stragety "

AMWL - On my watchlist in the morning


Filter Exchange · A different way of looking at the Guppy Multiple Moving Averages
Mactheriverrat
msg #154927
12/13/2020 2:16:52 PM

Roger that Duane!!!!

I assume you seen Virgin trader catch on the code and Cheese fix of it. I also sometimes post code and then see I didn't have it right. I like seeing the cross count on on the charts. I like how the traders group crossover's give's warning signs of at least the trader's group is changing up or down. The investor's group if its strong trend still and the trader's group starts to rollback up then it up trending again and new highs.

You know with every filter people will add code to it but if helps to the user's own liking the so be it .

On mine I added:

draw high 4 week high
Set{cntema10ema50,count( ema(10) > ema(50) ,1)}
draw cntema10ema50

Set{cntema10ema50b,count( ema(10) < ema(50) ,1)}

draw cntema10ema50b

/* e1050 is number of consecutive days ema(10) above (+)/below(-) previous ema(50) */
set{e1050b,days( ema(10) is above ema(50) ,250)}
set{e1050a,days( ema(17) is below ema(50) ,250)}
set{e1050, e1050a - e1050b} and add column e1050 {e1050}


Thanks to All!!!!!!

Filter Exchange · A different way of looking at the Guppy Multiple Moving Averages
Mactheriverrat
msg #154922
12/12/2020 11:05:08 PM

@graf
Been playing around with you code all day today . Very interesting how the trader's (lower ema group) group crossover's happen which lead into the the investor's group rolling over.

Thanks for posting this thread.
Very interesting indeed!

Mac.
Then again my real name in John.

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