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Markets unlikely to start rallying immediately

End of intense selling phase does not mean markets will start rallying vigorously. Most of the time they will spend time going sideways and offer mix of long and short strategies. Market go down or up, thicken and then intended move reasserts. On short side moves down are more jerky and volatile.

Market Monitor
Total 4% plus bullish breakouts=121
Total 4% plus bearish breakouts=33
65 day bullish/bearish ratio= 579/400
Stocks up 50% or more in a month=2
Stocks up 25% or more in a month=34
Number of stocks with 100% plus move =275
Number of stocks up 200% or more = 55
4% plus signals for 100plus universe=16
4% plus signals for 200plus universe=3

Select stocks which had 100% plus move in last 260 days from the low and which are up more than 4% on higher volume. Today's minimum volume is above 100000. To understand how to trade this see the post "How to find a stock which makes a 1500% plus move in a year".

Three stocks worth researching further in this list are FFH, FTEK, and BOT.

AIXG,Aixtron Aktiengesellschaft Ads (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
AVCI,Avici Systems (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
BOT,CBOT Holdings Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
FFH,Fairfax Financial Holdings (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
FTEK,Fuel Tech Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
HDNG,Hardinge Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
HGRD,Health Grades Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ICAD,Icad Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
JAV,Javelin Pharmaceuticals Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
KRSL,Kreisler Manufacturing (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
LEND,Accredited Home Lenders (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
NEXC,Nexcen Brands Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
OFI,Overhill Farms Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ONT,On2.Com Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
VII,Vicon Industries Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
VOLC,Volcano Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart


NO DooDahs said...

I would disagree with your choice of BOT, simply because it will be pinned due to the acquisition announcement and is more of an arbitrage play than a growth play ... IMO.

Pradeep Bonde said...

Or there might be a bidding war driving the price up. When two players are involved in a merger situation, generally the subject stock tend to move up.