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.
Stocks with Relative Strength Index (RSI) below 30 are considered oversold. This implies that stock may show push back. 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.
Price crossing above SMA20 today, and greater than SMA5
Rising Delivery Percentage Compared to Previous Day and Month, Strong Volumes
Stocks with high delivery percentage EOD
Stocks which are seeing rising delivery percentage compared to previous day
Stocks whose delivery percentage is 20% higher on average in the week, compared to monthly averages
This screener checks the bullish or bearish strength (bullish minus bearish candlesticks)
PEG less than 1 = room for growth100% price appreciation last 52 weeks = price momentumyoy revenue and profit growth more than 15% = promising past growthMACD less than MACD Signal = at the buy zone
Positive breakout third resistance
Negative Breakdown First support
Negative Breakdown Second support
Negative Breakdown third support
Positive breakout Second resistance
Positive breakout first resistance
30 Day SMA crossing over 200 Day SMA, and current price greater than open
Momentum Oscillator looks at ROC21 and ROC125 to assess strongly oversold stocks
Momentum Oscillator looks at ROC21 and ROC125 to assess strongly overbought stocks
Stocks that saw MACD Crossover Below signal line
Stocks showing MACD below signal line, and weakening share price
Stocks with rising delivery percentage, and above a required week volume
Live screen that identifies stocks whose current price is 20% higher than the Week Low. Stock should also currently be greater than previous close
Identifies stocks that are seeing an upward trend versus previous close and open price
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
Technical Analysis: Stocks with Money Flow Index (MFI) below 20 are considered oversold. This implies that stock may rebound. * MFI values shown have been calculated at the end of the day
Technical Analysis: Stocks with Money Flow Index (MFI) above 80 are considered overbought. This implies that stock may show pullback. * MFI values shown have been calculated at the end of the day
When the MACD crosses below the zero line, then a possible sell signal is generated.
A possible buy signal is generated when the MACD crosses above the zero line.
These stocks are overbought on both RSI and MFI and may shift out of bullishness soon
These stocks may show price turnaround since they are oversold on both RSI and MFI
The one day Bullish Reversal pattern Dragonfly Doji is a rare candlestick pattern that occurs at the bottom of a downtrend. It is very similar to the Bullish Hammer Pattern, except on a Dragonfly Doji the opening and closing prices are nearly identical with no body.The Bullish Dragonfly Doji is considered to be more reliable than a Bullish Hammer and tends to be a stronger bullish signal. The pattern is considered most reliable after an established bearish trend.
The word marubozu means “bald head” in Japanese, and this is reflected in the candlestick’s lack of wicks. When the open price of a stock = day low, and close price = day high, we have the bullish or White Marubozu. A White Marubozu is a one day bullish indicator that moves upward and is considered very bullish. If a White Marubozu occurs at the end of an uptrend, a continuation is likely. If a White Marubozu occurs at the end of a downtrend, a reversal is likely. (A small amount of flexibility is allowed in the definition of the white marubozu, when the open is almost equal to the low, and close is almost equal to the high)
The Bullish Engulfing pattern is a two day bullish pattern that forms when a small black candlestick is followed by a large white candlestick that completely eclipses or "engulfs" the previous day's candlestick. This trend suggests the bulls have taken control of a security's price movement from the bears. The Bearish brother of this pattern is the Bearish Engulfing pattern
A Bullish Kicking/Kicker pattern is a two day bullish reversal pattern consisting of a black Marubozu followed by a white Marubozu. After the black Marubozu, the market opens above the prior session’s opening, forming a gap between the two candlesticks. This candlestick pattern is considered to be one of the most reliable reversal patterns.
Morning Star is a three day bullish reversal pattern consisting of three candlesticks - a long-bodied black candle extending the current downtrend, a short middle candle that gapped down on the open, and a long-bodied white candle that gapped up on the open and closed above the midpoint of the body of the first day.
Piercing Line is a two day bullish reversal pattern. The first day, in a downtrend, is a long black day. The next day opens at a new low, then closes above the midpoint of the body of the first day.
The Bullish Harami is a two day bullish reversal pattern that has a downtrend or bearish candlestick (red) engulfing a small bullish candlestick (green)
The word marubozu means “bald head” in Japanese, and this is reflected in the candlestick’s lack of wicks. The Black Marubozu is a one day bearish pattern. Here the open is equal to the day high and the close is equal to the day low. It is a long black (down, or red on the charts) candle, with little to zero upper or lower shadows. The pattern shows that sellers controlled the trading day from open to close.
A Bearish Engulfing pattern is a two day bearish reversal pattern that consists of a small white candlestick with short shadows or tails followed by a large black candlestick that eclipses or "engulfs" the small white one. A bearish engulfing pattern is usually seen at the end of an upward trend. The bullish brother of this is the Bullish Engulfing.
The Inverted Hammer is a one day bullish reversal pattern. During a downtrend, the open is lower, then it trades higher, but closes near its open, therefore looking like an inverted lollipop. The bearish brother of this candlestick is the Shooting Star.
Shooting Star is a one day bearish reversal pattern that can appear in an uptrend. It opens higher, trades much higher, then closes near its open. The bullish brother of this pattern is the Inverted Hammer.
The Bearish Abandoned Baby is a rare, three day bearish reversal pattern defined by a gap followed by a doji, which is then followed by another gap in the opposite direction. The shadows on the doji must completely gap below or above the shadows of the first and third day.
Three White Soldiers is a three day bullish reversal pattern consisting of three consecutive white bodies, each with a higher close. Each should open within the previous body and the close should be near the high of the day. This staircase like pattern indicates a strong reversal in the market.
A hanging man is a one day bearish candlestick pattern that forms at the end of an uptrend. It is created when there is a significant sell-off near the market open, but buyers are able to push this stock back up so that it closes at or near the opening price.Generally, the large sell-off is seen as an early indication that the bulls may be losing control and demand for the asset is waning. If this pattern is found at the end of a downtrend, it is known as a Hammer.
The Downside Tasuki Gap is a three day, bearish continuation pattern that happens with a clear downtrend. It starts with a long, black body followed by another black body that has gapped below the first one. The third day is white and opens within the body of the second day, then closes in the gap between the first two days, but does not fully close the gap. The brother of the Downside Tasuki Gap is the bullish Upside Tasuki Gap.
Dark Cloud Cover is a two day bearish reversal pattern that continues the uptrend with a long white body. The next day opens at a new high then closes below the midpoint of the body of the first day.
A Bearish Harami is a two day bearish reversal pattern, which may be formed from a combination of a large white or black candlestick and a smaller white or black candlestick. The smaller the second candlestick, the more likely the reversal. It is considered a strong sign that a trend is ending when a large white candle stick is followed by a small black candlestick.
The Abandoned Baby Bottom, or Bullish Abandoned Baby helps determine reversal to a dominant downtrend. The first bar in this pattern shows a decline, a large red candlestick located within a defined downtrend. The second bar is a doji candle, where the open is equal to the close. The final bar signals the reversal, a large white candle that opens above the second bar and is indicates the change in trader sentiment.
A hammer is a one day price pattern that occurs when a security trades significantly lower than its opening, but rallies later in the day to close either above or near its opening price. The hammer signal does not mean bullish investors have taken full control of a security, but simply indicates that the bulls are strengthening. If this candlestick forms during the end of an uptrend, then it is called a Hanging Man.
A harami cross is a trend indicated by a large candlestick followed by a doji that is located within the top and bottom of the candlestick's body. This indicates that the previous trend is about to reverse. A bullish harami cross indicates that a downtrend is likely to reverse.
A Bearish Harami Cross is a two day bearish reversal pattern indicated by a large candlestick followed by a doji that is located within the top and bottom of the candlestick's body. This indicates that the previous uptrend is about to reverse.