- Stock Screener
Identify trending, ranging or potential breakout stocks with the Stock Screener: Moving averages, MACD, Bollinger bands, Twiggs Money Flow, Directional Movement, RSI, Stochastic, Twiggs Momentum......
- Save Screen
How to save a stock screen.
- Saved Screens
How to view your saved stock screens.
- Schedule Screen
How to schedule a stock screen.
- Share Screens
Share your saved stock screens with other users.
- Find Shared Screen
How to find a shared stock screen.
- Stock Screen Return
Results of a Stock Screen Search are presented in spreadsheet format.
Screening For Patterns
- Breakouts from a Base
To find stocks that are breaking out from a long-term base, we need to screen for stocks that are trending up but ...
To find stocks that are consolidating within a narrow range, we apply the following filter: Directional Movement ADX Value Filter; Minimum 2; Maximum 10 ...
- Screening for Trends
To find stocks that are trending, we apply one/both of the following filters: Moving Average Crossovers Bull Signal; Closing Price > 100-Day MA...
- Exhaustion Gaps
To find exhaustion gaps, we need to apply two filters: (1) Gaps; and (2) A filter to identify extended trends.
- Price Filter
The price filter can be used to filter out stocks above or below selected limits. The Minimum and Maximum fields are measured in cents.
- % Price Move
Percentage Price Move can be used to filter stocks that have increased/decreased by more than a specified percentage.
- % Of Price High
Percentage Of Price High compares the current closing price to the previous high.
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 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.
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).