Is a Moving Average Crossover The Best Stock Screener?

We have hundreds of pre-set stock scanners, but one of the most used is to detect a moving average crossover. Many people use these, and according to our internal statistics this is the best stock screener, or maybe the most popular here anyway. But why is this simple screener being used so much? Moving Averages are a simple but effective indicator. As the name implies, they … [Read more...]

Finding The Best Stocks To Buy Based On Technical Screener Results

Everyone is looking for the best stocks to buy. Obviously we all wish we knew what they were, but one of the best ways of getting an advantage is by using a technical analysis stock screener to inform you when a stock is looking oversold or beginning to gain strength. Traders and investors look for different technical indicator signals in various timeframes, so in this … [Read more...]

Here’s What’s Inside The Best Paid Stock Screener

Inside the best paid stock screener you would expect to find a whole bunch of useful tools, ready to use, with the ability to modify them easy to suit your needs. Here I'll explain how easy it is to modify any of our pre-set filters to enable you to become a true market wizard. Our RSI stock screener pre-sets cover just about everything a trader could need, like crossing … [Read more...]

Using Our RSI Stock Screener For Fast Overbought/Oversold Analysis

The relative strength indicator is one of the most widely used indicators by investors and traders alike. Here we will show you how our RSI stock screener works, and a show you the fast way to pull up lists of stocks that are overbought or oversold. An RSI indicator is deemed to be in overbought territory if the indicator crossed up above 70. However, in many situations this … [Read more...]

How To Use Relative Strength Index To Find Breakout Stocks and Divergence

Let me show you how to use Relative Strength Index to find great momentum, breakout and divergence points on your stock charts. It’s one of the most used indicators by traders, and similar to a moving average, you should be watching it too. The Relative Strength Index is referred to as RSI. If you are wondering how to use RSI, it’s really quite simple once you have played … [Read more...]