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Weekend Rankings: iBC Top 50


Here’s your weekly look at the top 50 stocks inside Exodus. The following 50 tickers are the best of the best in terms of combined technical and fundamental scores. The screen also eliminates companies that do not produce free cash flow. We only want the best.

I’ve imported this week’s top 50 tickers to finviz for your viewing pleasure: CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS WEEK’S TOP 50 STOCKS. Charts in focus this week include:

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Bonus: $FIT missed the screen by 1 slot, and looks ripe to squeeze this week. I will continue to hold my position here.


Note: The results above are sorted by the average daily volume, NOT the actual ranking. To view the actual ranking, the official screen for members can be found & saved HERE.

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Weekly View Of The US Stock Market

President Barack Obama shakes hands with Janet Yellen, vice chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013, where he announced he is nominating Yellen to be chair of the Federal Reserve, succeeding Ben Bernanke. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

The NASDAQ broke out to fresh new highs this week as the FED decides to leave rates unchanged. Here’s a weekly candlestick view of the last two years. Could we finally be breaking out of this multi year range?


Week over week, here are your strongest industries led by Tobacco, REITs, & Solar:


For review this weekend, here are the top hybrid movers within Exodus. Let’s watch FEYE, JD, ESTY, DATA, & TWTR in the upcoming week:


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Snapchat’s Long-Rumored Smart Sunglasses Are On The Way


Get ready, soon the whole world will be under surveillance. Check this out, Snapchat will soon have the world, millennials for sure, running around snapping every moment of their life with a pair of sunglasses on.

This is the type of stuff that makes me want to move to Lake Placid, population 1,000, and live in the mountains for the rest of my life.

I’m sure the government loves it.

Snapchat may be moving closer to launching its long-rumored wearable.

A video of what appears to be a commercial for the device — apparently called “Spectacles” — has surfaced, suggesting that the company may be getting ready for a launch.

The video was first spotted by Business Insider’s Biz Carson, who managed to capture the video before Snapchat had it removed from YouTube. The 30-second spot is light on details but clearly shows the glasses capturing videos, which are then shared via a smartphone. It’s not clear whether these video are shared via Snapchat or another app — the clip shows videos in landscape mode, which would be a departure from Snapchat’s vertical video format. More from Mashable


Have a good weekend all.

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Top Trending Tickers On Stocktwits


Here’s a look at your most active/ top trending tickers this Friday morning, September 23, 2016, on Stocktwits. Follow me HERE.

TWTR – CNBC notes Salesforce and Alphabet have possibly expressed interest in acquiring Twitter.

FB – Trading 2% lower on fudging numbers for two years.

SAEX – Daytraders gone wild here. Up a cool 11% on no news.

ENDP – Appoints new CEO, Reaffirms guidance. Good looking daily chart.

YHOO – Yahoo has been hacked. Have an account? You better change your password. The stock is down 1%.

FINL – reported $0.53 EPS and $509.4M in revenues vs $0.53 and $494.76M expected. Guided FY17 in line. The stock is up 1%.

IMPV – up 16%, Acquisition interest.

WFC – Credit Suisse Cuts Wells Fargo’s Target To $50, Settlement And Policy Actions Won’t Put The Issues To Rest.

FEYE – Yahoo breach seen as a positive for Cyber Security Sector. Gapping 2% higher this morning.

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$FB Overestimated Key Video Metric for Two Years


Big ad buyers and marketers are upset with Facebook Inc. after learning the tech giant vastly overestimated average viewing time for video ads on its platform for two years, according to people familiar with the situation.

Several weeks ago, Facebook disclosed in a post on its “Advertiser Help Center” that its metric for the average time users spent watching videos was artificially inflated because it was only factoring in video views of more than three seconds. The company said it was introducing a new metric to fix the problem. Read More

I sold out of my long position in After-hours.

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