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Gapped Down (Full) Today's open is below the previous session's low price AND more than 1/2 of 1 Average True Range (ATR) below the previous session's closing price. (Here's a good source for more detail on the difference between full & partial gaps as well as ideas on gap trading strategies.)
Gapped Down (Partial) Today's open is more than 1/2 of 1 Average True Range (ATR) below the previous session's closing price. (Here's a good source for more detail on the difference between full & partial gaps as well as ideas on gap trading strategies.)
Gapped Up (Full) Today's open is above the previous session's high price AND more than 1/2 of 1 Average True Range (ATR) above the previous session's closing price. (Here's a good source for more detail on the difference between full & partial gaps as well as ideas on gap trading strategies.)
Gapped Up (Partial) Today's open is more than 1/2 of 1 Average True Range (ATR) above the previous session's closing price. (Here's a good source for more detail on the difference between full & partial gaps as well as ideas on gap trading strategies.)
Gap Down Closed Stocks which gapped down and then rose far enough so that today's high was equal to or greater than the previous session's close. (Here's a good source for more detail on the difference between full & partial gaps as well as ideas on gap trading strategies.)
Gap Down Partially Closed Stocks which had a full gap down and then rose above the previous session's low price. (Here's a good source for more detail on the difference between full & partial gaps as well as ideas on gap trading strategies.)
Gap Up Closed Stocks which gapped up and then fell far enough so that today's low was equal to or less than the previous session's close. (Here's a good source for more detail on the difference between full & partial gaps as well as ideas on gap trading strategies.)
Gap Up Partially Closed Stocks which had a full gap up and then fell below the previous session's high price. (Here's a good source for more detail on the difference between full & partial gaps as well as ideas on gap trading strategies.)
Reversed from Down Stocks which gapped down OR were down at least 1% OR which were down at least 1 Average True Range (ATR) and subsequently reversed far enough to be up for the day.
Reversed from Up Stocks which gapped up OR were up at least 1% OR which were up at least 1 Average True Range (ATR) and subsequently reversed far enough to be down for the day.
Fell Below Previous Day's Low Stocks which traded below the previous session's low. This could be a signal of a trend continuation or a reversal, depending on the stock's overall pattern.
Rose Above Previous Day's High Stocks which traded above the previous session's high. This could be a signal of a trend continuation or a reversal, depending on the stock's overall pattern.
Down 1 ATR Stocks which fell at least one Average True Range during the trading session.
Down 2 ATRs Stocks which fell at least two Average True Ranges during the trading session.
Down 1% Stocks which fell at least one percent during the trading session.
Down 2% Stocks which fell at least two percent during the trading session.
Down 3% Stocks which fell at least three percent during the trading session.
Down 5% Stocks which fell at least five percent during the trading session.
Up 1 ATR Stocks which rose at least one Average True Range during the trading session.
Up 2 ATRs Stocks which rose at least two Average True Ranges during the trading session.
Up 1% Stocks which rose at least one percent during the trading session.
Up 2% Stocks which rose at least two percent during the trading session.
Up 3% Stocks which rose at least three percent during the trading session.
Up 5% Stocks which rose at least five percent during the trading session.
New 52 Week High Stocks which traded at a new 52-week high during the trading session.
New 52 Week Low Stocks which traded at a new 52-week low during the trading session.
1.5x Volume Pace Stocks which, at some point in the day, were on pace to trade 1.5 x its average daily volume.
2x Volume Pace Stocks which, at some point in the day, were on pace to trade 2 x its average daily volume.
3x Volume Pace Stocks which, at some point in the day, were on pace to trade 3 x its average daily volume.
5x Volume Pace Stocks which, at some point in the day, were on pace to trade 5 x its average daily volume.
10x Volume Pace Stocks which, at some point in the day, were on pace to trade 10 x its average daily volume.
Fell Below 10 DMA Stocks which fell below the 10-day moving average at some point during the trading session.
Fell Below 20 DMA Stocks which fell below the 20-day moving average at some point during the trading session.
Fell Below 50 DMA Stocks which fell below the 50-day moving average at some point during the trading session.
Fell Below 200 DMA Stocks which fell below the 200-day moving average at some point during the trading session.
Rose Above 10 DMA Stocks which rose above the 10-day moving average at some point during the trading session.
Rose Above 20 DMA Stocks which rose above the 20-day moving average at some point during the trading session.
Rose Above 50 DMA Stocks which rose above the 50-day moving average at some point during the trading session.
Rose Above 200 DMA Stocks which rose above the 200-day moving average at some point during the trading session.
10 DMA Resistance Stocks which ran into resistance at the 10-day moving average at some point during the trading session. These stocks either touched or rose above the moving average and then dropped back below the moving average.
20 DMA Resistance Stocks which ran into resistance at the 20-day moving average at some point during the trading session. These stocks either touched or rose above the moving average and then dropped back below the moving average.
50 DMA Resistance Stocks which ran into resistance at the 50-day moving average at some point during the trading session. These stocks either touched or rose above the moving average and then dropped back below the moving average.
200 DMA Resistance Stocks which ran into resistance at the 200-day moving average at some point during the trading session. These stocks either touched or rose above the moving average and then dropped back below the moving average.
10 DMA Support Stocks which found support at the 10-day moving average at some point during the trading session. These stocks either touched or fell below the moving average and then rose back above the moving average.
20 DMA Support Stocks which found support at the 20-day moving average at some point during the trading session. These stocks either touched or fell below the moving average and then rose back above the moving average.
50 DMA Support Stocks which found support at the 50-day moving average at some point during the trading session. These stocks either touched or fell below the moving average and then rose back above the moving average.
200 DMA Support Stocks which found support at the 200-day moving average at some point during the trading session. These stocks either touched or fell below the moving average and then rose back above the moving average.
Lower Bollinger Band Support Stocks which feel below the lower Bollinger Band and then reversed to climb back above at some point during the trading session.
Upper Bollinger Band Resistance Stocks which rose above the upper Bollinger Band and then reversed to drop back below at some point during the trading session.
Fell Below Lower Bollinger Band Stocks which dropped below the lower Bollinger Band at some point during the trading session.
Fell Below Upper Bollinger Band Stocks which dropped below the upper Bollinger Band at some point during the trading session.
Rose Above Lower Bollinger Band Stocks which crossed above the lower Bollinger Band at some point during the trading session.
Rose Above Upper Bollinger Band Stocks which crossed above the upper Bollinger Band at some point during the trading session.
Outside Day Stocks which formed an outside day during the trading session. That means the stock's high was above the previous session's high and its low was beneath the previous session's low. Many traders find this pattern useful in spotting trend reversals.
Boomer Buy Entry
Bullish 180 Entry
1,2,3, Pullback Entry
Expansion Pivot Entry
Gilligan's Island Bullish Entry
Hammer Candlestick Entry
Hot IPO Pullback Entry
Jack-in-the-Box Bullish Entry
Lizard Bullish Entry
Non-ADX 1,2,3,4 Pullback Entry
Possible Pocket Pivot Stocks which ***might be*** forming a Pocket Pivot. A pocket pivot is when a stock closes up and the volume for that day is higher than any volume for a down day in the prior 10 days. ***Note that this can not be confirmed until the end of the day, as it's based on tthe closing price.***
Reversal New Highs Entry
Slingshot Bullish Entry
Bearish 180 Entry
1,2,3, Bearish Retracement Entry
Boomer Sell Entry
Expansion Pivot Sell Entry
Gilligan's Island Bearish Entry
Jack-in-the-Box Bearish Entry
Lizard Bearish Entry
Non-ADX 1,2,3,4 Bearish Retracement Entry
Reversal New Lows Entry
Shooting Star Candlestick Entry
Slingshot Bearish Entry