For short term trading momentum based method is ideal. It keeps giving you opportunities in fast moving stocks. Those are the stocks where money is currently flowing. They are also the stocks currently in play due to either sector momentum, or earnings news or any other news.
As a trader if you cannot make money from fast moving stocks then what makes you think you will make it from other stocks which are not in play.
The list is just a starting point, after that one must look for a setup. All swing traders basically trade a setup. Setup is a set of conditions a stock must fulfill for it to be considered for a swing trade.
Swing trading has been around for 100 years or more and the basic principles are same. You find a stock with momentum and then find a low risk entry point in it for entry. You exit with a target or exit if certain setup conditions are fulfilled.
Some swing traders use pullback as a setup, some use indicator based setup , some used breakout as a setup for entry, while some use chart patterns. For exit some use fixed price target, some use channels, some use indicators, some use trailing stops and so on.
Traders give exotic names to their setups or indicators so that it sounds and feels like a secret. So some call it high frequency trading, some call it mean reversion strategy, some call it adaptive stops, some cal it lizard strategy, some call it swing action zone, some call it cross hair trading, and so on and so on. But the basic logic behind all swing trading methods do not change.
There are several books on swing trading which give details of most commonly used swing trading methods.
70 stocks with momentum...
Out of this 23 stocks are on my watchlist currently: