A strategy that picks stocks with mid financials, and high momentum. A weekly alert is recommended on this strategy. This strategy works better if followed consistently week on week, particularly in a choppy market.
Value stocks having Piotroski Score of greater than or equal to 5 trading above all their SMAs and having a medium term technical score in the top 25% of the equity universe.This screener is a dynamic strategy that changes based on changes in SMAs, piotroski and momentum scores. Stocks enter and exit this screener on an ongoing basis. To follow this strategy, set a screener alert. For this strategy, we recommend a monthly or weekly alert. See backtest returns for both frequencies.
Stocks in the top 25% percentile of equity universe technically which have shown good profit and revenue growth over the past 4 quarters.
This screener is a dynamic strategy that changes stocks based on quarterly revenue and profit changes, as well as momentum change. Stocks enter and exit this screener on an ongoing basis.
To follow this strategy, set a screener alert. For this strategy, we recommend a monthly alert. This is a longer-term strategy due to its mix of fundamentals and technicals. Changing stocks here with a very high frequency can negatively impact your returns.
This screener compares the performance of high Technical Momentum Score stocks to benchmarks. As seen in the screener, stocks with high Momentum Scores significantly outperform indices.
This screener is a dynamic strategy that changes stocks based on daily momentum, and momentum changes. Stocks enter and exit this screener on an ongoing basis.
To follow this strategy, set a screener alert. For this strategy, we recommend a daily or weekly alert. This is a shorter-term strategy due to its focus on technicals.
The Good Aggregate Candlestick Strength Screener looks at the total of (bullish candlestick indicators - bearish candlestick indicators) for a stock, giving it a total positive or negative value. The higher the positive number, the more bullish patterns the stock is seeing. The lower the negative number, the more bearish patterns the stock is seeing.
Stocks with Relative Strength Index (RSI) above 70 are considered overbought. This implies that stock may show pullback. Some traders, in an attempt to avoid false signals from the RSI, use more extreme RSI values as buy or sell signals, such as RSI readings above 80 to indicate overbought conditions and RSI readings below 20 to indicate oversold conditions. The investing strategy for this screener is higher risk.