Daily P&F Breakouts and Breakdowns in the US Market
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This thread will show daily breakouts and breakdowns lists from the entire US market with a market cap of 50million or above, and will include stocks and ETFs.

I will try to go through the daily list when I have time and pick out the best looking charts imo, and will aim to go back through the weeks list at the weekend and pick out the best charts of the week that managed to close the week strongly as well.

I really think that this thread could be one of the most important and useful on the site, as it will cover every Stage 2 advance and Stage 4 decline in the US market with a market cap of 50million or above, and also all of the breakouts and breakdowns within Stages 1 and 3, and so it will be up to us to filter it down to find those elusive A+ candidates that we are looking for.

One other thing that I'd like is for myself and other members to go through the lists each month and pick out the best looking charts of the month, and to highlight any themes we can see developing in certain sectors that have had a lot of breakouts or breakdowns during the month.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy the thread and please get involved.

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Below is the table of Monday's breakouts and breakdowns in the US market. There was 48 breakouts and 7 breakdowns.

US Market Breakouts - 26/8/13

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A couple of breakouts that look interesting are: CGOOF, DDD and AXDX. Head and shoulders Stage 1 base pattern on CGOOF, but it still has a declining 30 week MA and average volume. DDD and AXDX are both trader continuation moves with some reasonable volume on the breakouts.

           

US Market Breakdowns - 26/8/13

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Below is the table of today's breakouts and breakdowns in the US market. There was 12 breakouts and 84 breakdowns.

US Market Breakouts - 27/8/13

   

US Market Breakdowns - 27/8/13

   

       
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Below is the table of today's breakouts and breakdowns in the US market. There was 9 breakouts and 30 breakdowns.

US Market Breakouts - 28/8/13

   

US Market Breakdowns - 28/8/13

   

           
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Below is the table of today's breakouts and breakdowns in the US market. There was 21 breakouts and 13 breakdowns.

US Market Breakouts - 29/8/13

   

US Market Breakdowns - 29/8/13

   
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Below is the table of today's breakouts and breakdowns in the US market. There was 15 breakouts and 49 breakdowns.

US Market Breakouts - 30/8/13

   
   

US Market Breakdowns - 30/8/13

   
   
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Below is the table of today's breakouts and breakdowns in the US market. There was 27 breakouts and 41 breakdowns.

US Market Breakouts - 3/9/13

   
       

US Market Breakdowns - 3/9/13

   

                           
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David, if you or the other members have no objections would it be possible sort the lists by industry group. I have a simple spreadsheet sorted in this manner showing the current stage of each of the industry sub sectors and highlighting the ones that look to be in transition. It would make it easier to filter out the stocks not worth looking at e.g. ones on the breakout list in stage 4 sub sectors similarly ones on the break down list in stage 2 sub sectors. It's not perfect but should capture most of the stocks worthy of consideration.

I intend to update the spreadsheet on regular basis. I tried to attach it to my post so that it would be available to members but it appears that the forum does facilitate sharing attachments i.e. an open office spreadsheet.

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(09-04-2013, 03:17 PM)goodtyneguy Wrote: David, if you or the other members have no objections would it be possible sort the lists by industry group. I have a simple spreadsheet sorted in this manner showing the current stage of each of the industry sub sectors and highlighting the ones that look to be in transition. It would make it easier to filter out the stocks not worth looking at e.g. ones on the breakout list in stage 4 sub sectors similarly ones on the break down list in stage 2 sub sectors. It's not perfect but should capture most of the stocks worthy of consideration.

I intend to update the spreadsheet on regular basis. I tried to attach it to my post so that it would be available to members but it appears that the forum does facilitate sharing attachments i.e. an open office spreadsheet.

I've added the .ods file type to the allowed attachments, so you should be able to upload that now? But let me know if it's a different file type you have.

I did initially filter the stocks by their industry sectors i.e. automobiles, banks, biotechnology etc. But I forgot to last night. Is that how you'd like them to be filtered? or do you want by the major sector groups i.e. Consumer Discretionary, Financials etc?

Also, if a filetype you are using comes up as not allowed then you can also archive it in a .zip file and you can upload that.
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