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Identify Spilts Screener Script
by Dave W., uploaded several months ago

This screener script makes it relatively quick and painless to apply splits to securities.

The script uses the QuantShare custom Splits database to display
the splits that have occurred (or are expected to occur) over a user-defined number of bars.
Enter the number of bars to use to identify splits in the...

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Stock Bounces off its Previous Resistance or Support Line
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

Here is an interesting screen that scans your stocks universe looking for the ones that are bouncing off their previous resistance line (Breakout followed by a bounce). The resistance line is calculated based on the "AutoSR" function and it uses 150 bars as period and 10 bars as lag value....
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Ascending, Descending and Symmetrical Triangle Chart Patterns
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

A triangle is a chart pattern formed when two trendlines are converging. When the resistance line is increasing and the support line is horizontal, we call this chart pattern an ascending triangle. When the support line is decreasing and the resistance line is horizontal, we call it a descending triangle....
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Falling Wedge and Rising Wedge Patterns
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The wedge pattern is a technical analysis pattern that can be found in the price charts of a financial asset (Stocks, futures, ETFs and bonds).

There are two types of wedge pattern: Rising wedge and Falling wedge. The former is a bearish pattern that is characterized by a contracting range and...

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Pivot Point Breakout Scanner
by The trader, uploaded several months ago

This scanner analyzes your securities looking for the set up that will allow you to trade the pivot point breakout system explained below.

Criteria:
- Security closed below the pivot point level of tomorrow
- Range between S1 and S2 is higher than 2% ...

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Large price and volume gain after consolidation
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

A large stock price movement after a consolidation may signal a new bullish or bearish trend.

This screen search for stocks that made large price and volume gains after a short period of consolidation.

Large price gain is signaled when the price increases more than 5% and large volume gain is signaled...

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Advance minus decline stocks per industry
by The trader, uploaded several months ago

This item scans the market looking for stocks that are advancing while the majority of other stocks in the same industry are declining.

It calculates the number of advancing stocks and subtracts it to the number of declining stocks for each industry. It then takes stocks that belong to industries that...

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Rank Industries based on the average Relative Strength Index
by Caleb, uploaded several months ago

To calculate the average 14-bar relative strength index of each U.S. industry, I have used the composite function and grouped stocks by the value returned by the "industry()" function. This function returns the industry name of a stock. By passing it to the composite function, the average calculation will not...
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Stocks outperforming the S&P 500 with low volatility
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

Stocks that outperform the market are more likely to increase in the future that stocks that are lagging and performing worse than the market.

Outperforming stocks carry also higher risk and we should be particularly careful when entering positions in one of these stocks. Many reasons could explain why...

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Industry Measure: Ratio of Bullish to Bearish All-Star Traders Picks
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

There are several ways to measure and compare the strength of different industries. A unique way to do this is to calculate the number All-Star Trader picks for each one of these industries and compare the different values.

All-Star Trader Picks refers to the number of picks an U.S. Stock is...

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