PINBALL FINDER scan as of: 02/24/2015 at 08:03 PM Ticker Close % to Target Volume Today LF 2.56 20.29 550,539 ECOM 9.76 18.20 262,785 MPO 1.14 15.31 682,680 MXWL 6.90 11.95 377,270 BALT 1.69 11.14 950,406 MPAA 24.86 11.03 385,643
The “pinball pattern” was detected and perfected by
Rick Saddler, who runs the HitAndRunCandlesticks.com
website and blog. He runs a “live trading room” where
his down-to-earth coaching and teaching covers many
other patterns and styles as well as the Pinball Strategy.
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ROUNDED-BOTTOM Breakout scan (From time to time, we will also post the results of Rick Saddler's 'rounded bottom breakout' scan -- info on this scanner, for Tradestation, can be found at http://TSindicators.com ) Ticker Type ( 1= aggressive 2= conservative ) BBD 1 CLD 1 CRS 1 SRS 1 SBS 1 DRV 1 EWZ 1 FCX 1 RICE 1 HEES 1 ITUB 1 JOY 1 MHR 1 SXC 1 KOF 2 NBG 2 GREK 2 RS 2 CX 2 SMM 2 CSH 2 SVXY 2 KYE 2 XIV 2 YRCW 2 Results as of: 02/24/2015 at 07:48 PM
http://TheDirCon.com (named for Directional Control Console)
Some of my other websites include:
http://Stockcharts.CC (dot see see, not .com)
ADX with automatic Trend indication
(yes, our ADX can show trend direction as well as strength!)
The usual display of ADX is a single line, and the usual interpretation of ADX is that “it shows the strength of the trend but not the direction.” To determine the direction of the trend the usual procedure is to plot two more lines ( +DI and -DI ) and then visually decide which one is “on top.”
A recent webinar suggestion was to use the histogram, instead of a line, to display the strength of the ADX trend indicator. This seemed like an excellent idea, but then why not use a ‘flipped’ histogram to show a down-trend and the normal histogram to show an up-trend?
Our proprietary coding does just that! Now you can look at the display below and you can immediatly, visually see both the strength and direction of the trend at each point on the chart. In addition, the various levels of strength are color coded AND yellow is used to show histogram reversals. (You will find that tops and bottoms on the price chart usually match the point where our histogram turns yellow!)
For more info, please send email to ADX@JimCooper.org