Here’s your daily runner screen compliments of Exodus:
Tickers in focus this morning inside the trading room include: X, GPRO, ATI, ALJ, CF, & CERSComments »
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 a combined technical and fundamental score. 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
Note: 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.
Notable charts include:
It’s pretty sad what’s happening in our own country, and in the President’s own back yard, Chicago. Yet, nothing, and I mean nothing changes. There’s no media coverage of the 100’s shot each month, it’s disgusting and sad. Just take a look at this webpage that tracks the shootings in Chi-town, heyjackass.com
Some people ask me why I still live in Louisiana with Hurricanes coming at me every other year. Well, I’d rather dodge hurricanes than bullets. Notice, I already moved from New Orleans. My country living is great, just a few hiccups here and there.
Anyway, here’s a video making its rounds today about a rapper in Chicago that decided it was time for a positive message. Apparently, others thought different.
Warning: Graphic Video
Last week, we observed last week’s candle as a spinning top, which is neutral by definition, which gives pause for indecision. This week, we were able to break the highs ever so slightly, but failed miserably as we end the week. We still hold the NASDAQ bubble highs which is important:
Movie production, of all things, takes the number one spot this week, followed by the regional banks:
As for individual names, here are the top performing hybrid movers, inside Exodus, for review this weekend:
For those new to the site and wondering what the hybrid score is, CLICK HERE.Comments »
Shareholders To Receive $32/Share in Cash From Apollo Global Management.
Congrats longs, shares up a whole 4% in pre-market.Comments »