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Stock Picking Trading Rules

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This is a list of trading rules to be used for example in a stock picking system. The list contains 64 trading rules and use price, volume and some indicators like roc, rsi, sharpe and drawdown.

Example of trading rules include:
Close > open
Roc(30) > 5
High == hhv(high, 5) // Stock marking a new 5-day high
Sma(10) > sma(30) // 10-Day moving average is above 30-day moving average

This list is used in the following blog post:
Let me Show You How to Create Hundreds of Profitable Trading Systems

And by the following trading system:
Ultimate Trading System




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