|180 Bullish Setup||Rules (via 'Hit & Run Trading'):
|Boomer Buy Setup||Rules (via 'Hit & Run Trading'):
|Bullish Engulfing||A chart pattern that forms when a small black candlestick is followed by a large white candlestick that completely eclipses or engulfs the previous candlestick's real body.|
|Cup with Handle||
This finds which have formed Cup-with-Handle patterns which are at least 8 weeks long and at most 9 months long. The beginning, or left side, of cup has to start after a rally of at least 30%.
Then a 20% to 30% correction from the old high (left side cup edge) must occurs. The stock then builds a rounded base which slowly climbs back toward the old high The right edge of the cup must be at most 15% below the left edge (the old high). Then a slight pullback occurs which forms the handle.
The handle can be a minimum of 1 week long & max of 6 weeks in duration. It must aslo form within the top half of the cup and be within 15% of the left side top of the cup.
The official / traditional buy point is when & if the stock rises above the RIGHT edge of the cup on higher than average volume.
|Doji - Bullish?||Doji candlesticks form when a stock's open and close are virtually equal. They show a stalemate / indecision between bulls and bears. A doji after a downtrend may signal a reversal|
|Expansion Breakout||Rules (via 'Hit & Run Trading'):
|Expansion Pivot Buy Setup||Rules (via 'Hit & Run Trading'):
|Gilligan's Island Buy Setup||Rules (via 'Hit & Run Trading'):
|Golden Cross||50-day moving average rose above the 200-day moving average|
|Hammer Candlestick||The Hammer is a bullish reversal pattern that forms after a decline. In addition to a potential trend reversal, hammers can mark bottoms or support levels. After a decline, hammers signal a bullish revival.|
|Hot IPO Pullback||Rules (via 'Hit & Run Trading II'):
|Jack-in-the-Box Bearish||Rules (via 'Hit & Run Trading II'):
|Jack-in-the-Box Bullish||Rules (via 'Hit & Run Trading II'):
|Lizard Bullish||Rules (via 'Hit & Run Trading'):
|MACD Bearish Centerline Cross||The MACD Line has moved below the zero line to turn negative. This happens when the 12-day EMA of the stock moves below the 26-day EMA.|
|MACD Bearish Signal Line Cross||The MACD Line has turned down and crossed below the MACD Signal Line.|
|MACD Bullish Centerline Cross||The MACD Line has moved above the zero line to turn positive. This happens when the 12-day EMA of the stock moves above the 26-day EMA.|
|MACD Bullish Signal Line Cross||The MACD Line has turned up and crossed above the MACD Signal Line.|
|Morning Star||A morning star pattern can be useful in determining trend changes, particularly when used in conjunction with other technical indicators. Many traders also use price oscillators such as the MACD and RSI to confirm the reversal.|
|Most Bullish Alerts||Stocks with the most bullish alerts for the day.|
|New 52 Week Closing High||Price made a new 52-week closing high|
|New 52 Week High||Price made a new 52-week high|
|Non-ADX 1,2,3,4 Bullish||Rules (via 'Hit & Run Trading II'):
|Pocket Pivot||As defined by Dr. Chris Kacher: 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.|
|Reversal New Highs Setup||Rules (via 'Hit & Run Trading II'):
|STB 50 Bullish||The 50 'most interesting' bullish setups for the day.|
|Slingshot Bullish||Rules (via 'Hit & Run Trading'):
|Stochastic Buy Signal||A buy signal is given when the Stochastic is below the 20 oversold line and the %K line crosses above the %D line|
|Three Weeks Tight||Stocks which formed a Three Weeks Tight pattern|
This is a collection of stock screens which help to find potential bullish (upward price movement) trading setups. A particular screen/scan may be based on a Japanese Candlestick pattern, a moving average cross, price breakout, stochastic oscillator behavior, etc. Depending on the particular scan / pattern you may find reversal setups or continuation setups.