How To Make Trading Simple
If you’re like me, the early part of your trading career has probably been a struggle. Probably like you, I was frustrated at being unable to find reliable market information that led to a consistent edge in the market
I found that a massive part of the success of any trading system is good stock selection. You have to be in the right stocks at the right time.
The answer turned out to be Relative Strength. I found that the probability that relative strength will persist has been statistically proven by the math nerds in the academic community.
And, even more tellingly, relative strength is in use in the market right now by some very large hedge funds.
Unique Information, Simple But Powerful Process
The bottom line is I wanted this valuable information for my own trading. I found no useful source for the retail trader, so I developed a system to gather the data for myself.
I shared the data with just a small number of trading buddies, and confirmed that it continues to work in just the way the research in the academic white papers showed.
So, I am presenting data and methods I use to analyze stocks, together with their sectors and industries.
You’re going to find out exactly how to put this principle to work for you. Using our simple tools, it takes just minutes to find the best stocks.
Another large boost to the probability of success is for your stock’s sector and industry to be also acting in sync. So we’ve got that covered, too.
Seriously Useful Data
It’s a lot of data. But the truth is, you’ll be able to anlalyze and sort it in minutes – finally arriving at a stock watchlist you can have full confidence in.
You’ll have access to a simple but powerful process to arrive at a highly qualified list of stocks with a high probability of moving. Either up or down.
When you trade with a great high probability list, you typically get:
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Sector Relative Strength
The market is divided into 32 sectors. Each sector is ranked by the average Relative Strength ranking of its component stocks.
This gives us the sectors ranked by performance, of course. But ranking in this way also gives a high probability of continuing performance historically.
Stock Relative Strength Trend Chart
Sector ranking as above gives us a snapshot of each sector at that time. This chart shows us the trend of that sector’s ranking. It shows us where the sector has been.
At first glance, this is a lot of information to take in. But, in fact, you can isolate and highlight any of these trendlines simply by hovering your cursor over it — the picture to the right shows this happening.
Hovering over any of the trendlines highlights it and makes it easy to see, while the rest of the trend lines fade into the background. This enables us to quickly see the path and trajectory of any of the sectors in the recent past
We can now answer a vital question — is that high scoring sector on an upward path, or has it peaked and is now starting down?
Relative Strength Sector Industry Stock
Here we can sort and filter a database of about 3,000 stocks that meet our criteria, with the Relative Strength Ranking for not only the stock, but its Sector and Industry too.
The Ultimate Top-Down Analysis In Seconds
Top-down analysis means that you first find the highest-ranking sector, then you look for the highest-ranking industry in that sector. Finally, you find the highest-ranking stocks in that industry
Bottom-Up Analysis Made Just As Quick And Easy
With bottom-up analysis, you frst find your preferred stocks. You then select from that list by looking at the performance of each stock’s Sector and Industry.
Either way, you end up with the highest-ranked stocks in the highest-ranked industries in the highest-ranked sectors
Top Gun Long Stocks
This list approaches the subject of finding the best stocks from an entirely different angle. A combination of algorithms is used to find the stocks showing the best chart patterns. To this list is added the Relative Strength data for the stock, and its sector and industry. Note this list is specifically for long trading. There is no equivalent list for short trades at this time.This is a real fast-track method to get right to the good stuff.
You potentially end up with the stocks making the best moves, with the highest Relative Strength, and in a Sector and Industry which is also showing high Relative Strength. It’s everything you need to give your trading system the very best track to run on.