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overall summary section
  • This section should be used as a general guide, not as a detailed stock indicator information substitute.
  • The Overall Summary section provides an overall rating and summary of the bullish and bearish stock indicators.
  • Neutral
    • Stocks currently in a rally or pullback mode have approx. 50% of the indicators are bullish, and 50% are bearish.
  • Mild to extreme bullish
    • Mild bullish has slightly bullish indicators (i.e., 60% bullish, 40% bearish) and is starting to favor long positions.
    • Strong-extreme bullish (i.e., 90% bullish, 10% bearish) has a majority of bullish indicators with odds favoring long positions (one still needs to verify good upside trade quality).
  • Mild to extreme bearish
    • Mild bearish has indicators that are slightly bearish (i.e. 40% bullish, 60% bearish) and starting to favor short positions.
    • Strong-extreme bearish (i.e., 10% bullish, 90% bearish) has a majority of bearish indicators with odds favoring short positions.
trade idea
For longs, combining both an excellent bullish overall summary AND good upside trade quality completes the full picture of a stock's potential.
Breakout stocks can happen at resistance areas or tops with many bearish indicators. Conversely, Breakdown stocks can happen at support areas or bottoms and have many bullish indicators
Positioning Indicators
  • Bullish, bearish, or neutral positioning indicators are related to a stock price and can be bullish (at a bottom, in a strong uptrend, or after a strong pullback), bearish (at a top, in a strong downtrend, or after an extreme rally), or neutral (flat area, possible breakout or breakdown).
  • 1 Day Price Change
    • Current 1-day price change compared to past daily price changes.
  • Short Term Direction
    • Current 3-day to 2-week rally or pullback compared to past rallies or pullbacks.
  • Overbought/sold
    • Major 2-6 week rallies or pullbacks.
  • 1 Month Trend
    • Slope of the recent 1 month up or down stock trend.
  • Intermediate Trend
    • Intermediate term (4 months) stock bottoms, tops, and trend reversals.
Timing Indicators
  • Timing indicators are used to time a stock entry or exit and are short-term (1-3 days).
  • Chart Alert
    • 3-day stock chart analysis that may confirm a reversal, trend change, start of a rally, or end of a pullback.
  • Money flow
    • 1-day money flow can confirm a top or bottom reversal area, the start of a rally or breakout(or breakdown).
  • Resistance and support
    • Confirm tops (resistance) or bottoms (support)
  • Breakout/down
    • Confirm breakouts and breakdowns in the stock price.
rallies/pullback section
  • Provides values for typical and extreme rallies and pullbacks in points and percent(%).
  • The values listed (in stock points and percent) are valid for rallies or pullbacks just starting to develop. A starting stock rally is defined as one starting from a support (or a pullback from resistance) area and is near the stock chart's Rallyband midpoint (not overbought or oversold).
  • Large stocks will have a typical rally close to 5%, mid-size stocks will have an average rally from 8-15% and small volatile stocks from 20-30%.
trade idea
A good indicator for directly comparing two or more stocks' potential rally or pullback and possible profit.
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