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Weekend Rankings: iBC Top 50

Here’s your weekly look at the top 50 ranked stocks inside iBC’s trading software, Exodus. The following screen searches for stocks that have a high financial & technical score within our system, and maintain positive free cash flow.

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

I’ve imported this week’s screen for your viewing pleasure: CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE TOP 50 RANKED STOCKS

Have A Good Weekend All!

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Congrats KY Trader! You Are The 2017 March Madness Stock Champion!

The tenth annual March Madness tournament is in the books with KY Trader defeating Mr. Robert Simon, with his 3D printer play, $DDD. The final bracket for the 2017 tournament can be found HERE.

I would like to thank everyone for playing, as it was another fun year. As you know by now, only one can win the grand prize. Mr. KY Trader, you name will forever live on in the iBC Hall of Fame! And, please email me your shipping address for your championship mug: [email protected]

iBC Hall of Fame:

2008 – The Fly

2009 – Wabisabi

2010 – SC

2011 – Chivo

2012 – Zephler

2013 – Rhino

2014 – Adam 

2015 – Andy Swan

2016 – PB

2017 – KY Trader

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Myles Garrett Drafted Number One Overall In 2017 Draft

With the first overall selection, the Cleveland Browns selected Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett. Congrats Mr Garret for holding the Number 1 Spot!

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But, honestly I’m not here to talk about the draft as you can turn on ESPN and catch the updates. Our ninth annual final four championship ends tomorrow, with KYtrader looking to win the whole thing. The final bracket can be found HERE.

Oh, and congrats to LSU Running Back, Leonard Fournette, for going fourth overall to the Jaguars. And, congrats to all of my $GOOGL longs. $1000 is in sight.

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Trade Ideas For Thursday

Oil names continue to find their way onto my screens inside Exodus. Today, the system is flagging: EMES, DO, WFT, ESV, NE, KMI, & RRC. Let’s see if oil can peak it’s way above $50, if so, game on. 

Our system is also picking up a number of retail names. Can stocks like ANF, KORS, & FOSL get a spring bounce? Scores across the group saw some significant moves today, just something to keep an eye on.

I’ve imported tonight’s screen, all 100+ names. There are a few gems to behold: CLICK HERE FOR CHARTS. What are you guys watching here?

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The Only Stock Screener You Need

And, that screener is the hybrid screen found inside Exodus. This screen searches for movements in the underlying stock’s “hybrid score”, not the actually price. Essentially, this screen helps find stocks before they move. Members can locate this screen HERE, as well as save it to their profile page.

The following eleven names all come from tonight’s hybrid screen inside Exodus, all of which have been filtered by my trained eye and laid out perfectly in a blog post. Tonight’s screen is pinpointing many stocks within the oil & gas industry (which is something else to watch for in and of itself).

Here are a few names to watch for the remainder of the week:

Today’s full, imported screen, can be found HERE. See you guys at the bell inside The Pelican Room (that’s the Exodus chat room).

Jog on.

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$NFLX Netflix Strikes Deal With China

Netflix is surging in premarket on news that the company has struck it’s first content licensing deal in China. This move in premarket puts $NFLX near fresh all time highs, have a look at the daily chart:

Here are the details:

To date, Netflix has been blocked by Middle Kingdom regulators from operating its own service in the world’s most populous nation.

The deal comes just over a year after Netflix took its service global with just a handful of territories — including China, Iran and North Korea — missing from its planet-wide strategy.

The announcement was made on the sidelines of the annual APOS conference in Indonesia, by the streaming service’s VP of content acquisition, Robert Roy. Netflix spokesmen told Variety that the deal was too new to provide many details, such as when the content will make its Chinese debut.

However, it is understood that Netflix Original content will be available on a day-and-date or near simultaneous basis, along with availability in other territories.

iQIYI claims over 500 million users monthly for its advertising supported (AVoD) platform. The company is also using original content to pioneer the conversion of many of its users to Netflix-like subscription models (SVoD).

Netflix had previously tried to enter China as a service operator, but acknowledged last year that regulatory hurdles were proving too great in the near term. It indicated on its third-quarter earnings call in late 2016 that licensing would likely be its route into the region.

China maintains a tight control of media, communications and the Internet within its own borders. Most foreign broadcasters are barred from operating in China except in limited circumstances and both Disney and Apple have seen their fledgling online services in China crimped in the past year.

Growing censorship controls have also made it harder to air foreign content on Chinese streaming services. Censors now require entire series to be approved before a show can begin to be carried by a platform, something that restricted Netflix-style binge viewing. It is not clear how iQIYI will overcome this issue and still make content available in synch with Netflix’s simultaneous global release pattern.

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