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08-05-2014, 10:08 AM
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RE: Watchlist - Traders method


PCLN - volatility contraction pattern continuation breakout following the breakout to new highs in EXPE last week.

           

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08-07-2014, 10:41 AM (This post was last modified: 08-07-2014 10:54 AM by isatrader.)
Post: #514

RE: Watchlist - Traders method


A few gold miners that have been on the watchlist for a while are SBGL and PPP, and with Gold still grinding out a Stage 1 base and coming into it's seasonally strong time of year due to the upcoming Indian Wedding season, it could be time to look at the precious metals miners again.

SBGL has been consolidating above it's IPO high for the last three months or so, around it's 50 day MA and above a still strongly rising 30 week MA. And so it's pattern looks similar to the ideal trader method chart which you can see an example of in the opening post of the thread. So am looking for a Stage 2 continuation breakout attempt to new highs.

       
   


PPP has be flirting with it's highs, and put in a new all time high five weeks ago, and has consolidated in a tight flag since on contracting volume. It's made a large cup and handle type pattern over the last year and half and so looks like it could be ready for an attempt at a Stage 2 continuation move.

           

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08-07-2014, 04:41 PM
Post: #515

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I highlighted SCTY a few days ago in the Elite Board US watchlist thread, and it's today attempting to make the Stage 2 continuation breakout from a cup and handle pattern that's formed over the last six months or so.

       

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08-17-2014, 04:09 PM
Post: #516

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Here's a few of the trader method stocks that were highlighted on the Elite Board US watchlist thread during the week.

ZFC - made it’s first continuation breakout on strong relative volume this week, and finished the week very strongly, with a close above it's IPO high.

       


MWE - Continuation breakout to new highs

       


MFRM - Gap breakout to new highs on strong relative volume

       

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08-17-2014, 04:17 PM (This post was last modified: 08-17-2014 04:21 PM by isatrader.)
Post: #517

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Here's a few more of the trader method stocks that were highlighted on the Elite Board US watchlist thread during the week.

ACM - Stage 2 continuation breakout

       


XIN - Attempting to make it’s first continuation breakdown into Stage 4 through major resistance. A large head and shoulders pattern has developed over the last year and a half and there strong relative volume this week as it broke below it's near tern resistance.

       


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08-24-2014, 12:28 AM (This post was last modified: 08-24-2014 12:30 AM by isatrader.)
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Here's a few of the stocks that were highlighted in the Elite Board US Watchlist thread during the week.

JRJC - Highlighted on the 18th at $6.87 as a potential continuation attempt developing after it's extreme pullback in the last six months or so. It's exceptional volume continued for five days and it managed to close the week above the previous highs at $10.29, and so is already 50% higher than where it was highlighted on Monday. The weeks volume was over 27x the weekly average volume, and puts this months volume as it's biggest month on the charts, and so could have some momentum for a further push in the coming weeks/months. Although there is likely going to be some extreme volatility, as it is obviously extremely extended short term.

           


TA - Highlighted on 22nd. Potential for a Stage 2 continuation breakout attempt above $11, with a strong volume move towards the top of the Stage 3 range this week. If you scale out to the monthly chart, you'll see a three year cup and handle pattern, that's formed above a rising 30 month MA.

           


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08-24-2014, 12:50 AM (This post was last modified: 08-24-2014 10:20 AM by isatrader.)
Post: #519

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This month has seen a number of recent IPOs come up in the Elite Board Watchlist. Here's a few that showed continued strength.

TRUE - Highlighted on the 12th Aug at $15.85 as it was attempting to make it’s first breakout from it’s primary base. It didn't managed to close that week above the high, but followed through this week on strong relative volume to close the week at $20.90, which is almost 32% higher. So this one looks like it's got some potential following it's Q2 earnings report last week and so I will be looking for constructive pullbacks/consolidations.

       


LEJU - Also highlighted on the 12th Aug. LEJU made a further continuation this week on strong relative volume to new highs. And so is another that one looks like it's got some potential and so I will be looking for constructive pullbacks/consolidations on this as well.

       


A few others have come up as well that could be worth further research - ATHM, ANET

       


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08-27-2014, 11:35 PM
Post: #520

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MPAA - Attempting a Stage 2 continuation breakout to new highs after consolidating for seven months following an exceptional 300%+ Stage 2 advance since 2013.

Note the Stage 2A breakout in June 2013 and it's characteristics. See how the volume contracted to very low levels prior to the breakout as the stock consolidated - less than 0.2x of the weekly average volume, and then dramatically increased on the breakout at more than 4x the weekly average and then more than 9x the weekly average the week following it. Also note that relative performance was above a flattened zero line that began to turn higher itself, and that there was very little near term resistance except for the early 2012 swing high which it consolidated around following the initial breakout.

           

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