6th day of $QQQ short term up-trend; check out the GLB tracker table

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As you know, I like to buy stocks breaking out of their green line tops (GLB) to an all-time high. On my site you can see the performance of a selection of recent GLB stocks. Here is the latest table:

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1 thought on “6th day of $QQQ short term up-trend; check out the GLB tracker table”

  1. Dr. Wish,

    It seems to me that you use a technical approach to purchase stocks that have a high and growing EPS. The approach is similar to the one that the IBD espouses.

    Lately, I have been purchasing stocks (DITM call options actually) that pass and IBD breakout point. How does the GLB breakout compare to a cup-with-handle? What is the advantage that you have found with your GLB methodology.

    Thank you for this blog. You have been incredibly helpful for helping me form a (seemingly profitable) trading strategy.

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