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How to find hot IPO

Some recent IPO's have been doing well currently.

Now if you have TC2007 , it is very easy to find IPO's for your chosen time frames.
Supposing you want to find all IPO's that happened in last 1 years just follow the following steps:

  1. Go to "All Stocks"
  2. Sort by price growth rate 1 year.
  3. All the stocks at the end which have no values associated with them are IPO's
  4. Flag them and put in new Watch list
  5. Use "Sublist" to remove "Exchange Traded Funds"
Similarly you can choose 1 month, 3 month, 6 month ,etc. sort to further subdivide this list.

1 comment:

Editor said...

Great stuff as usual. I find IPOs are great when you detect a secto breakout. If you monitor sector strength and watch etfs in a given sector and look for a sector breakout, the stocks that have IPOed maybe in last 2 years seem to do the best (IBD new america is useful as well).

By the way, I've done some work with "explosive stocks" blog, since I am not going to be able to update it as regularly as I would like, I have focused on more timeless informaion and will be doing a few series on trading systems.

It's undergoing some changes, if you wouldnt mind changing the anchor text from explosive stocks to
"Trading Systems | Stock Trading Systems " or a similar variation, to reflect the changes, that'd be great.