• Stock Screen Filters

    • Bollinger Bands®
      Bollinger Band filters are calculated using exponential moving averages. Values are compared to Bollinger Bands at 1.0 standard deviation above and below the selected moving average.
    • Directional Movement
      When DI crosses above DI-, this signals an up-trend. When DI- crosses to above DI , this signals a down-trend.
    • Gaps
      Gaps occur when the lowest price traded is above the high of the previous day.
    • Moving Average
      Moving Average Crossovers are calculated using exponential moving averages. See Two Moving Averages for further details.
    • MACD Stock Screen
      MACD Bull Signals when MACD crosses to above the signal line....
    • Relative Strength Index (RSI)
      Relative Strength Index is calculated using the Wilder moving average formula.
    • Slow Stochastic
      Slow Stochastic crossovers are calculated using %K from the Slow Stochastic formula. This is equal to %D from the fast Stochastic.
    • Twiggs® Momentum
      Twiggs Momentum is particularly useful in identifying well-established trends.
    • Twiggs® Money Flow
      Twiggs Money Flow has proved invaluable in identifying buying pressure for a stock.
    • Volatility
      Volatility is used to filter out stocks above or below specified levels of risk: The Minimum and Maximum fields are measured as percentages.
    • Volatility Ratio
      The Volatility Ratio identifies days with exceptionally wide trading ranges (the distance between High and Low) and is used to signal likely reversal days. Details ...
    • Volume Filter
      The volume filter is used to filter out stocks which show insufficient activity (ie. stocks with low liquidity): The Minimum field represents volume (in number of ...
    • Volume MA
      Volume Moving Average crossovers are calculated using exponential moving averages. See Volume Oscillator for further details.
    • Volume Spikes
      Volume spikes are days on which there is unusually high volume activity, measured by comparing daily volume to a 50-day exponential moving average (of volume).

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