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Happy Monday, Bruce!
I haven't looked at ETFs in ages, except for the biggies (SPY, QQQ, IWM, ...).
Wanted to try something with ETFs that met the following criteria:
I can handle the liquidity filter, but what's the easiest/best way to identify non-leveraged, non-inverse ETFs? I see TC2000 has an ETF watchlist, which has 2,189 tickers (holy sh#t!).
Is there even a way to identify non-leveraged, non-inverse ETFs, or do I just eyeball their descriptions?
Another contingency ...
Just thinking about contingencies...
I'd rather not add AmiBroker to my toolbox - it would eat into the barista's tip jar. :)
Happy Monday Bruce!
Feel free to delete this in the morning - couldn't resist ;)
Happy Monday Bruce,
Wanted to revisit another past topic. With the PCF language's new capabilities the past few years, I was wondering if ConnorsRSI was finally doable. There's a lot to it, but if anybody can, ... . If not, can we add this to the developer's Honey-Do list? ... ConnorsRSI is pretty popular, and I know Larry used to do a webinar or two with Michael - I'm sure he'd love it if Worden implemented ConnorsRSI.
Happy Monday Bruce,
It's a sunny Sunday morning in the greatist city in the world, the coffee pot is brewing, and I cracked open Connors' latest ...
Before I dive too deep, I wanted to revisit a topic we visited a few years ago. Can't recall the difference in TC2000 between RSI and Wilder's RSI. Before I automate Connors' setups (you can buy them for $250 for AmiBroker, lol) I want to make sure I'm using the same RSI Larry is.
Below is an excerpt from Connors' ...
Bruce is right, he couldn't give advice even if he wanted to ... regulators are funny that way.
It's almost lunchtime here, and the barista is giving me her best come-hither look, so some brief pointers ...
Gotta run - the single biggest tip I can think of is: trading is NOT a one-size-fits-all business. And I use the term "business" intentionally. Even if it's your side-hustle, you have to treat trading as a business.
Even if the rules & regs allowed Bruce to share advice, what works for him and paid for his yacht would not likely work for you. It wouldn't work for me either. Traders are as unique as their fingerprints. They all have different personalities, goals, amounts of capital, appetite for risk, etc. I could go on forever, but the barista really wants me to come over. ;)
I can only suggest some names to get you started ...
Final thought: if there was a "Best Indicator to do trading" do you think there would be dozens of indicators available? In this 21st century age where everyone is connected with ubiquitous internet access, if Bruce unveiled a truly "best" indicator today, EVERYONE in the world would know about it by tomorrow, and they would be using it.
Of course 95% of them would still f#ck it up, but human nature is a story for another post.
If you truly want a Holy Grail, look in the mirror. :)
Hope that helps. Good luck!
The barista is waiting ...
Hi Kevin, had a minute, sent you a copy. Enjoy and good luck!
Bruce, I'm always right. LOL. Just takes me awhile sometimes to figure it out. ;)
That PCF is a nice idea ... the friend I converted to TC2000 from a competitor likes to use ATR in addition to her liquidity filters (price and volume). She likes at least a 2% daily average if she can get it.
I prefer the Average Percentage True Range you put together for me from a TASC article, but she's been doing the math in her head so long it's second-nature. So she sticks w/ ATR.
Just sitting here sippin' coffee and flirting with baristas until Larry Connors new book drops. The PDF copy should be available sometime today.