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RE: US Stocks Breakouts & Breakdowns - SP500, NYSE, & Nasdaq Stock Charts

A few near breakout:

ABX.TO, OGS, RUBI and TMHC:
       
       

OGS seems to behaving this way despite a very weak sector.

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RE: US Stocks Breakouts & Breakdowns - SP500, NYSE, & Nasdaq Stock Charts

Some tech stocks:

AMBA, AVGO, DAVA, JKS and SWCH.
       
       
   

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RE: US Stocks Breakouts & Breakdowns - SP500, NYSE, & Nasdaq Stock Charts

More US
           
           
           
       

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RE: US Stocks Breakouts & Breakdowns - SP500, NYSE, & Nasdaq Stock Charts

RUBI and ABX.TO breaking out on good volume. ABX.TO has not got any recent support though.

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US Stocks and ETFs - Watchlist and Discussion

I'm back from my ski trip to Austria, and feeling mentally refreshed, but physically exhausted at the same time. So am easing myself back into the market.

Here's todays additions to watchlist from my scans:

AGEN, CEVA, CVNA, EVRI, FCEL, KDMN, KRMD, PLG, RING, WIX, WPM, WRTC, WSTG

So a mixed bag, with stocks from most of the major sectors in there tonight including a few precious metals miners too following the breakout to new highs in gold, which is why I took a position in my pension account in spot gold via a currency hedged etf.

The charts can be found at: US Breakout Stocks Watchlist - 19 February 2020

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US Stocks and ETFs - Watchlist and Discussion

For the US watchlist from Thursdays scans - BLU, BND, GAIA, NET, SOL, TW, ZM

Note: I've only highlighted one solar stock, but there was a number of other solar stocks that appeared in my stock scans tonight, so might be worth investigating the solar sector to see if there's anything going on there.

The charts can be found at: US Breakout Stocks Watchlist - 20 February 2020

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US Breakout Stocks Watchlist - 23 February 2020

For the watchlist from the weekend scans - AGQ, AKG, AVX, AXNX, AXU, CEF, CHWY, EGO, GLD, GMAB, GOEX, GORO, HMY, PLG, ROK, SILV, USAS, VGLT, VGZ, ZYXI

Note: Gold stocks dominated the weekend scans with volume coming into multiple stocks in the precious metals miners, and so per the "Forest to the Trees" Approach in Stan Weinstein's Stage Analysis Method, we should be focusing in on the sector and looking for the strongest stocks for potential trades if they are setup right.

The charts can be found at: US Breakout Stocks Watchlist - 23 February 2020

isatrader

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RE: US Breakout Stocks Watchlist - 23 February 2020

(Yesterday, 10:39 PM)isatrader Wrote: For the watchlist from the weekend scans - AGQ, AKG, AVX, AXNX, AXU, CEF, CHWY, EGO, GLD, GMAB, GOEX, GORO, HMY, PLG, ROK, SILV, USAS, VGLT, VGZ, ZYXI

Note: Gold stocks dominated the weekend scans with volume coming into multiple stocks in the precious metals miners, and so per the "Forest to the Trees" Approach in Stan Weinstein's Stage Analysis Method, we should be focusing in on the sector and looking for the strongest stocks for potential trades if they are setup right.

The charts can be found at: US Breakout Stocks Watchlist - 23 February 2020

I would think with many of the miners you would need to look for a small pullback as many of them have shot up rapidly.

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