Tuesday, December 11, 2007

DOWN 8%+ YESTERDAY 12/11 WATCHES

FRPT TRID MYE ITLI SPAR HYTM NAVI IMAX HEB OSTK CAGC KOSN ALMY BIOM CTIC ADSX PEC AMC SSTR SOFO

Wait for GREEN hold,decent volume.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

"wait for green"? Can u be a little more specific??? 90% of stocks on your list will be green at some point

TheRumpledOne said...

/* TRO STAT SCAN - GREEN ON THE SCREEN with RUN */
/* for 1 day 8 pct loss, 2 day 10 pct loss or more and fails */

Result as of Market Close: Tuesday December 11, 2007

FCMC
ASTIZ
RDN
WCI
KUN
SCA
CHVC
TGIC
CNEH
BZH
SPF
CRDC
RCH
SUF
IMB
HSOA
ICOG
ZIXI
KOSN

Above are the top 20, the rest below:

LAB
CDS
HOV
IMMU
PFB
SSTR
SQNM
NUVO
HYTM
FBTX
BKUNA
DHI
IFC
NLS
PHM
KOG
LQDT
CHCG
PRS
FUQI
CFC
CHB
DCGN
NAVI
PIR
SPAR
TUES
TMRK
ACTG
GSX
FRPT
CNTF
NED
ADVNB
CORS
DSCO
FLE
GGC
SGEN
IOTN
VC
XIDE
GGSIF
ACF
LBAS
EXEL
IMAX
ISSC
USBE
RGCI
SOV
VSE
AEA
MEDX
ONB
PAL
PALM
SFN
WNC
SWHC
BTO
QTM
GMST
ACAD
OWW

Muddy said...

"Wait for green" means to me I don't buy anything that is in the red at the time.
One can wait till after 10 a.m and see if it's "holding" green.

I use above daily average dayrangers so when I'm right I feel it puts the risk/reward even better on my side.

I like to see at least average daily vol on the stock and prefer vol spike(s)along with it.
I also like to see action with the bid/ask flip in my quote box.

If a stock is just crossing a whole number (.50 and wholes on under $5 stocks) then so much the better for me.

In the past I've used the 10/60 ma cross described here on the blog as an entry on the green stocks and it worked very well.
If daytrading exits also worked well on these.