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Subject:  Re: Quasi-Weinstein formula Date:  2/24/2001  4:01 PM
Author:  tm2001 Number:  15 of 80

dreamer: Your scan may hold some real promise. When I was trying to set up scans to implement the Weinstein model (see another post on this board), I actually took the model as outlined in his book and laid it out on paper. Then, I tried to fully understand each part, and then tried to express that part in terms of a formula. The major problem was creating a formula to represent the kind of declining 150d his model describes. How long, how deep, and when it starts to flatten out, how flat, etc. But I really like your idea of looking for stocks under a declining 150d MA and starting to move up toward it, within 10% or so. If we were to combine that with some short-term MA's we might start getting somewhere. As noted in my letter to the Wordens, I'm a pretty big fan of TC2000 as a trading environment in that it will allow you to do most anything you want as long as you can express it in terms of a formula. I thing you may be on to something. As with Gary's post, I hope one or both of you crack this one open and hit a home run. Best of luck.
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