A small tribute/gift to members
technical screeners - intraday and positional both
before proceeding - i have helped you , can i ask you so that it can help someone else too
run - find #stock - draw chart - find levels
1- Stocks closing daily 2% up from 5 days
2- Weekly breakout
3- Breakouts in short term
4- Bullish from last 5
5- 15 minute Stock Breakouts
6- Intraday Buying seen in the past 15 minutes
7- Stocks trading near day's high on 5 min chart with volume BO intraday
In @moneycontrolcom Pro App:
1. Daily after mkt hrs, Choose "Top Gainers" & "1 DAY"
Scan the list, add that interest U
An indicative list of my AVOIDS (exceptions exist for few mkt leaders):
Commodity stocks like Cement, Most PSU, Most Textiles, Leather, Most capital goods, Liquor, Road EPC, Jewelry etc
Price < 50, MktCap < 250, [ add more per your rules ]
Add your likes to watchlist
Next, Select the below indices that you like and repeat the process with the same "Top Gainers" & "1 Day"
1.1 Friday after mkt hrs, Choose "Top Gainers" & "1 WEEK"
Select an index, Skim stocks, add to watchlist
1.2 Last trading day of the month, repeat the process with
"1 MONTH" time frame
2. Daily after mkt hrs, Choose "52 wk High"
Select an index eg: "All NSE"
Repeat the process for the indices you like
I was thinking about what kind of resources I'd want to have if someone has to start learning investing right now, the ones I wish I had two three years back.
This thread is a compilation of the best resources I have come across. 👇👇👇
Let's start with ** BOOKS **
1) The Intelligent Investor - Ben Graham :
Classic book, suggested by investors all over the world. Start with this book.
2) One up on Wall Street
Peter Lynch covers his strategies to find 10 baggers, and describes how an average Joe can do as well as the pros with simple methods and rock solid discipline and consistency backing it.
3) Common Stocks Uncommon Profits
This is a Phil Fisher classic.
It's on the other end of the spectrum as the book dives into a deep qualitative approach in value investing rather than being fully quantitative like Ben Graham's.
4) Security Analysis
Another book by Ben Graham that dives deep into analysing and understanding the valuations of any company you pick up to study.
We have implemented sector chart analysis feature and it is available from Scans, Positional and Analysis pages.
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- 52 weeks high breakout stocks analysis
- You can see them in tabular format as well and get list of stocks for each sector also.
- Enhanced filter to support these sectors, so you can apply these sectors in filter also.
- Stock rallied to 986 from 789(25%) in just 23days.
- Able to catch the momentum stock near its area of value.
- Find out the stocks which respect which moving average using our AOV analysis and know this type of stocks earlier before bigger move.
#Areaofvalue analysis#CDSL— SSStockAlerts (@ssstockalerts) May 6, 2021
Buy near 21 SMA support. This stock respects 21 SMA for 84% time. Backtested for last 1 year.
Candle size is getting smaller and volume also less then avg volume.
Any time it can reverse from here.
1) US listing
2) Mkt cap > $500M
3) EBITDA margins >15%
4) ROE > 20%
5) 5-yr revenue and EBITDA CAGR > 5%
6) Net leverage < 3x
Far from perfect for various reasons, but solid list of quality companies to research.
Some quick observations:
Company like $HD not captured because ROE is negative (negative BV due to repo/divs).
Company like $AMZN not captured because not 15% EBITDA margin.
Highly acquisitive businesses ($CHTR, $WCN, etc.) not captured due to intangibles depressing ROE...
...this last element is a big issue I have with these screens...underlying unit economics may be excellent but GAAP accounting can obscure based on headline ROE.
End of the day, screens like this are backwards looking so far from perfect, but can glean some interesting insights.
2 more observations: great business like $COST is low margin but has high asset turns so generates high ROIC/ROE but not captured because of margin element I screened for.
Also, great businesses that can carry high leverage ($EQIX, $PLD, etc.) not captured due to leverage screen
Used Bloomberg to do this screen. Can also be done via CapIQ.