Blog post: 16th day of $QQQ short term up-trend; GMI remains 6 (of 6) and Green; 19 stocks from Wish-Darvas scan

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These stocks came up in my Wish-Darvas scan as of Friday’s close. See prior posts for scan criteria. I have not looked at all but post for your own analysis. Sorted by expected earnings date. They are technically strong stocks near yearly highs that have bounced from over-sold conditions. If bounce fails, I sell immediately.

1 thought on “Blog post: 16th day of $QQQ short term up-trend; GMI remains 6 (of 6) and Green; 19 stocks from Wish-Darvas scan”

  1. Thank you for posting these. I have been a big fan of yours for about a decade! I went through these and will share my thoughts. I have a different system than yours for entering and exiting positions so you and your readers may disagree on the analysis.

    I think quite a few of these may trigger buy signals for me this week.

    A few simple rules I follow are:
    • When the price takes out the previous day’s high, you wait.
    • Do not buy against an upper Bollinger Band
    • Only buy above the 18-day moving average.

    MKSI: Uptrend needs to clear the 18-day moving average
    COF: Overbought, needs to pullback
    ENTG: Needs a few days to confirm uptrend and clear the 18-day moving average
    UCTT: Uptrend needs to clear the 18-day moving average
    MYRG: Took out previous day’s high, wait
    RJF: Overbought, needs to pullback
    MHO: Overbought, needs to pullback
    CCS: Took out last day’s high, wait
    LPLA: Overbought, needs to pullback
    PH: Took out previous day’s high, wait
    ONTO: Took out previous day’s high, wait
    ON: Took out previous day’s high, wait
    ARCB: Took out previous day’s high, wait
    ZBRA: Took out previous day’s high, wait
    VUZI: Uptrend needs to clear the 18-day moving average
    WSM: Uptrend needs to clear the 18-day moving average
    LEN: Uptrend needs to clear the 18-day moving average
    SCHW: Overbought, needs to pullback
    SFBS: Overbought, needs to pullback

    This is for educational purposes only. Do not construe as investment advice.

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