US Stocks and ETFs - Watchlist and Discussion

RE: US Stocks - Watchlist and Discussion

(03-12-2019, 01:11 AM)trickster247 Wrote:
(03-12-2019, 12:54 AM)isatrader Wrote:
(03-12-2019, 12:44 AM)trickster247 Wrote: A beginners picks for the week ahead...

JNCE - possible support at 8, 12 & 20?
ATOS 
MAG.TO, AGI.TO, & GOLD
GTEC.V

Some of these stocks I've just bought, some I'm watching - but I'd like to hear peoples thoughts on all these, especially with ATOS as I find this one curious...

I won't give a personal opinion, as I don't think it's helpful once someone is in a trade. However, I have made weekly charts for each stock using my chart settings so that you can compare the charts to the examples and watchlist stocks on here. I've also added the weekly ichimoku cloud to help highlight long term resistance zones that are not immediately obvious when you are learning the stages. 

Another resource is the Stage Analysis Breakout Quality Checklist, which you can find here: https://stageanalysis.net/forum/showthread.php?tid=54 

Also the Stage Analysis Study Guide - Questions and Answers thread goes more indepth and can be found here: https://stageanalysis.net/forum/showthread.php?tid=47

I hope they help.

Many thanks isatrader - it does help and I'll check out the threads.

To answer my own questions...

Gold stocks are a stage 2 (and are where I have bought it)
GTEC - stage 1b or stage 2a - I'm watching a little while longer for the up-tick
JNCE - may be a stage 2a but the volumes aren't there, I'll watch out of interest only.
ATOS - Not worthy of consideration at the moment as consistent high volumes of trade just aren't there.

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RE: US Stocks - Watchlist and Discussion

For the watchlist from Tuesdays scans - AFE.V, AFMD, CAE.TO, GH, MITK, NGW.CA, QTNA, SFIX

                               

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RE: US Stocks - Watchlist and Discussion

DEI, NI, RST, UPLD, V,  Note Isa posted V yesterday.  Well, it has now broken out, but on no discernible volume.
       
       
   

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RE: US Stocks - Watchlist and Discussion

For the watchlist from Wednesdays scans - ACB, AMD, APLS, ARES, AUG.TO, BAC, BKI, CVNA, CVRS, DNLI, ENV, EVRI, FOXA, HEXO, INTC, MSFT, OH.CA, PLG, PRU.TO, RVX.TO, SVI.V, VZ, XPER, YETI

                                                                                           

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RE: US Stocks - Watchlist and Discussion

For the watchlist from Thursdays scans - CAMT, COUP, DOMO, DXCM, FTNT, HTHT, NSIT, PAYC, PLAN, RDNT, TENB

                                           

isatrader

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RE: US Stocks - Watchlist and Discussion

A very large number of the stocks in my volume based scans tonight, so the list for the watchlist is quite big, so I'll split it over two posts. 

Note: interesting to see a sizeable number of large cap stocks in tonights volume scans, which is very rare indeed.

Part one for the watchlist: 

ADP, APPF, ARCE, ATEN, AVGO, AVID, AXS, CATS, CFMS, CMCSA, CMI, CZZ, DOMO, DXCM, EFN-TO, EFX-TO, ES, FATE, FLT, G, IQ, INTU

                                                                                       

isatrader

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RE: US Stocks - Watchlist and Discussion

For the watchlist from Fridays scans part two:

IRDM, JBGS, LRCX, LUNA, RDWR, RTI-V, RVX-TO, SE, SOXX, STNE, SWI, TLRA, TXG-TO, TXN, ULTA, VEEV, VRTU, WPM, YUMC

                                                                           

isatrader

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RE: US Stocks - Watchlist and Discussion

3 more

A few which appear not to have been highlighted in the last few days, AGO, MS and TPB:
           

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