$2 to $7
AVERAGE DOLLAR VOLUME
$5,000,000 to $10,000,000
NASDAQ, NYSE, or AMEX
+4% to +8%
80 to 90
50% to 90%
90 to 100
COMPOSITE SIGNAL PERFORMANCE
Fig 1. Composite performance chart of stocks exhibiting this signal
Performance after 10 days
Fig 2. Gainers vs loseres distribution after 10 days
About this signal and why it works 96% of the time
On the left, you’ll see one example of stock market signals at work. This simple combination may not look like much, but it plays an extremely important role in how the world’s best stock trading software works.
Specifically, stocks with the signals listed to the left will make a sharp move up in 10 days 96% of the time. That’s right: within just 10 days, almost all stocks with those signals will make a sharp rise up, generating early investors a tidy profit.
Here’s how the signal listed above works: a cheap stock is listed on a major exchange like NASDAQ or the NYSE. This stock has a very active investor following and has had a strong uptrend that has paused briefly. The stock has started to show the very early trends of moving up again.
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Actual Historical Backtested Proof of Signal
|TIMEFRAME||1 DAY||2 DAY||5 DAY||10 DAY||20 DAY|
|% OF STOCKS THAT INCREASED||67.86%||71.43%||82.14%||96.43%||92.86%|
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Stock Price – The stock must be trading between $2 and $7
Average Dollar Volume – The average daily dollar volume on the stock should be between $5,000,000 and $10,000,000 per day.
MACD – Must have a value that is between 4% and 8% above the zero line. For example if the stock was $1, the value of MACD must be between .04 and .08 to get this reading. This type of reading on MACD will only occur when the stock is in a strong uptrend
Fig 1. In each of these three examples you can see what the value of MACD would need to be to be 4% to 8% above the zero line. As you can see in the examples, the values for MACD will be different based on the price of the underlying stock.
Bollinger Bands – The stock price must be between the 50% and 90% range of the 2 Bollinger Bands. For example: If the top bollinger band is at 100, and the bottom band is at 90. The stock would need to be beteen $95, and $99 to get this reading. When combined with a strong MACD reading, this can only suggest that the stock has made a recent pullback in it’s trend.
Slow Stochastics – Slow stochastics for the stock were between 90 and 100. This reading is based on the number of days the stock closes with a gain for the day. It helps with overall sentiment, and shows that on most days traders are supporting the stock, and not letting it close down.
RSI – RSI Score of above 80, shows current heavy upward buying pressure on the stock.
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