Screeners helps trader in saving lot of time in filtering best stocks out of 1000+ stocks listed.

Here is the list of top 9 Free Price Action based screeners that I use:

Also, last screener is my favorite to pick early momentum stocks.

1/ Bullish Engulfing:

The bullish engulfing pattern is a two-candle reversal pattern and it is a strong bullish candle that a trader uses to take reversal trades.
2/ Bearish Engulfing:

The bearish pattern is a two-candle reversal pattern and it is a strong bearish candle that a trader uses to take reversal trades.
3/ Bullish Harami:

A bullish harami is a candlestick chart indicator used for spotting reversals in a bear trend.
4/ Bearish Harami:

A bearish harami is a candlestick chart indicator used for spotting reversals in a bull trend.
5/ Hammer Candle:

Hammer candlesticks typically occur after a price decline. Hammer candlesticks indicate a potential price reversal to the upside.
6/ Shooting Star:

A shooting star occurs after an advance and indicates the price could start falling.
7/ Bullish Marubozu:

A bullish marubozu indicates that there is so much buying interest in the stock that the buyer was willing to buy the stock at every price point during the day, so much so that the stock closed near its high point for the day.
8/ Bearish Marubozu:

A bearish marubozu indicates that there is so much selling pressure in the stock that the market participants actually sold at every price point during the day, so much so that the stock closed near its low point of the day.
9/ Doji:

Doji is a neutral or indecisive candlestick. It looks like a cross as the opening price and the closing prices are equal or almost the same.
These 9 screeners I am personally using to trim down stock list. I am sharing it so that it will benefit others in their trading.

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#RS is an indicator which helps in finding strong stock or index in the market.

This learning thread would be on
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Shared some strategy.

Like👍 & Retweet🔄for wider reach and for more such learning thread in the future.


Most of us would confuse it with Relative Strength Index (RSI) but Relative Strength is a different indicator.

We have already covered about "Uses of RSI" in below thread👇

One can go through this if you haven't.


Now coming to Relative Strength (RS).

It is basically a strategy used in momentum investing which shows strength or weakness between two asset classes (two stocks, index, commodity).

One can read about this in below

As of now, I am using this indicator on [email protected] platform.

It's free and one can add it in their Tradingview account as well, using this link👇

There are multiple variants in this as well. Some traders use multiple time frame RS.


RS basically compares returns of one stock/index with the returns of benchmark stock/index at a particular time horizon.

Let's say, I want to analyze TCS and Benchmark Index is Nifty.

In the early stage, most of the traders & investors use indicators in their analysis.

Here is a master thread of how most of the indicators can be used in trading/investing to increase accuracy for free🧵:

Also, the last indicator and strategy is my favourite of all in trading.

1/ Moving Average is a very common indicator.

This thread is on what are the different ways of using the moving average

2/ RSI is one of the momentum indicator for traders.

In this thread, I have shared different ways of using RSI. Also, an investing strategy is shared, which can help you to pick stocks that can give you good

3/ CCI is another amazing indicator that is used by momentum traders.

Shared few strategies with CCI which a trader and investor both can

4/ CPR is one of the most popular indicator in the trading community.

This thread covers everything about the CPR indicator and how to use this indicator in

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Recently, the @CNIL issued a decision regarding the GDPR compliance of an unknown French adtech company named "Vectaury". It may seem like small fry, but the decision has potential wide-ranging impacts for Google, the IAB framework, and today's adtech. It's thread time! 👇

It's all in French, but if you're up for it you can read:
• Their blog post (lacks the most interesting details):
• Their high-level legal decision:
• The full notification:

I've read it so you needn't!

Vectaury was collecting geolocation data in order to create profiles (eg. people who often go to this or that type of shop) so as to power ad targeting. They operate through embedded SDKs and ad bidding, making them invisible to users.

The @CNIL notes that profiling based off of geolocation presents particular risks since it reveals people's movements and habits. As risky, the processing requires consent — this will be the heart of their assessment.

Interesting point: they justify the decision in part because of how many people COULD be targeted in this way (rather than how many have — though they note that too). Because it's on a phone, and many have phones, it is considered large-scale processing no matter what.