Advanced Point and Click Scanning

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Without having to learn a complicated programming language you can quickly and easily setup hundreds of powerful scans. 

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Top 20 Scan results automatically show up on charts
so you can just sit back and let the stocks come to you.


Hundreds of Possible Scan Combinations with Point and Click Setup!

  Volume Scans
Stocks above yesterday's high on 200%+ Volume
Stocks below yesterday's low on 200%+ Volume
Stocks with very low volume which are great stocks to range trade with using our Statistical Range Analysis Tool or Bollinger Bands
Our Proprietary Volume analysis tool lets you find stocks that are moving on double or triple+ volume in the first few minutes of the day.  Stocks that have abnormally high volume are more likely to make large moves.
Low volume stocks that have ten times their normal volume, they often are the ones that end up 10%+ by the end of the day and you can find them with our software in the first few minutes of the day.
Stocks that normally trade 1+ million shares.  Avoid scalping thin stocks that can swing against you quickly with low volume.
Use Volume to enhance other scans such as the 50 Day Moving Average Breakout.  Stocks that have double or triple their normal volumes tend to be the ones that can give you multipoint moves.
  Breakout Scans
Breakout of first 15, 30, or 60 min bar High/Low
Breakout of Yesterday's High/Low
Breakout of 10, 20, 50, or 200 Day Moving Average
NR4 Inside Day Breakout
NR7 Day Breakout
Breakout of multi day narrow range (Great for swing traders and big day moves)
Find stocks that are likely to reverse their current direction by scanning for stocks
up/down 10%+ in last 3 trading days or that close Up/Down for last 3 to 5 consecutive days
Find stocks that are up/down over 3% today but on low volume, likely to reverse
Find stocks that are up/down less than 1% today but on very high volume.  This can find stocks that when they do breakout move a lot as many traders scramble to exit their positions.
  Volatility Scans
Tony Crabel's NR4 Inside Day Pattern
Tony Crabel's NR7 Day Pattern These two patterns tend to find high probability day trades and multi day breakouts
Narrow Multi Day range contractions or expansions.  You can find for example stocks that have moved less then 3% over the last 5 days.  If today they are above yesterday's high on above average volume you have a very high probability trade that can last for more than one day.
Explosive Multi Day range expansions.  Depending on the pattern and market condition these can find the most explosive stocks out there to trade.  If a volatile stock breaks out today on very high volume you can go with the trend, if it breaks out and then fails you can trade it in the opposite direction and profit as traders all rush in to exit their positions!
  Gap Scans
Finds Gap Up or Gap Down Stocks
Find stocks that gap up or down X% or $X but are inside of yesterday's range ( High/Low)
Finds stocks that gap up or down X% or $X but are outside of yesterday's range
Find stocks that have gapped up or down on below average volume (Often fill the gap)
Find stocks that have gapped up or down on double or triple their normal volume
Buy / Sell Pressure

This amazing tool analyzes EVERY trade and shows you on every bar whether there was more buying or selling and the net total.

Tape reading is difficult enough for most traders to do on only one stock.  We can let you tape read over a thousand stocks with minimal demand on your computer's processor.

No other trading platform gives you such clarity.

Analyzes every single trade, in some stocks there are more than 150,000+ trades per day.  Try keeping track of that in your head.

Watch what the world's largest traders are doing

Watch the smallest traders, they are often wrong.  Using this tool you will often see the smallest traders buying as the 'pros' are selling.  Guess which way the market later moves?

Helps spot market reversals as you often will see selling on up bars and buying on down bars near tops

Analyze net volume or net number of trades per bar.

Volume drives price movement and knowing that there are a lot of people taking the offer or hitting the bid gives you confidence to take the trade and confidence to hold the trade.  If you see a lot of selling on an up bar, you can tighten your stop for example.


ANTP - This chart shows what 1,000 share and higher traders are doing.  It is totally clear from early in the day that they are buying and accumulating a long position and do not exit near the end of the day. 

This stock was found using our scanner looking for stocks with 200% Volume.

Watch the World's Largest Traders Buying or Selling

AMGN - This chart shows what 5,000+ share traders are doing. You can see they heavily buy the first bar of the day propelling AMGN upwards.

During the pause at the first swing high you can clearly see they are still strongly buying and during the first pullback they remain long. 

Clues like these make trading a whole lot easier.  They buy again and again on every pullback for the next three hours.  Just after 15:00 they finally come in and start selling into the close.  The first selling bar in the last hour was actually an UP bar. They also heavily sell the first rally back up to the highs.  Without this tool you just can't see what is REALLY going on in the stocks you are trading.  It's almost like trading blind folded. 

Statistical Range Analysis - Our statistical range analysis tool is also on this chart.  It's very helpful in spotting which way momentum is going.  The first few hours of the day hits the average high many times but into the close momentum dries upsignaling you that its up trend may be over.


We bring you several tools that can help you trade in the direction of the market forces.

Our Market Breadth Indicators Can Help Gauge Direction

Our proprietary NYSE Volume tool (Pro Version) actually lets you see total volume flowing into up and down stocks and gives a clear picture which direction the market will move in the future. 

1)  The market gaps up, many traders like to fade gaps because they usually reverse and fill the gap.  In this case you can easily see that volume flowing into up stocks is 8 to 10 times that flowing into down stocks and the market clearly wants to go up. 

2)  Same day as in case number one you can see that up volume is slowing down and down volume is increasing giving you signs that the market is likely to reverse which it does over the next hour. 

3) During the next day you can see that volume is lighter than the previous day and there is lots of indecision about which direction the market will go.  This is a day where you want to range trade until it becomes more clear which way the market will go.  At point three you can see that the bar closes up yet there is more selling than buying going on which alerts you that the market is most likely to go down in the short term which it does over the next hour.

4) This is a very wide range bar and you can see there is 30% more selling than buying volume coming into the market.  You can also clearly see that there is more selling during this 30 min bar than over the previous day.  When you get both range expansions on higher than average volume in that direction it is a clear sign that the direction will most likely continue and trend in that direction.

5) Later in the day you can see two up bars where selling in the entire NYSE market is more than the buying, setting you up for a low risk short.

6) The next day consolidates and most traders have no clue as to which direction the market will break out in.  The market is clearly balanced during the day so far with a very narrow range.  Often times very low range bars occur right before a major breakout.  Markets typically fluctuate between high and low volatility periods.  At point six you can see a very narrow range bar but there is 20 to 30% more buying in the market than selling giving you more confidence to take the breakout during the next bar.  The bar immediately after you can see almost no selling and 4 times more buying pressure.  You can clearly see over the next few bars that buying volume is dominating and it lets you clearly see to trade in the direction of the new uptrend.

Volume and Range Reversal Indicator

Our squat bar indicator,  using each bars volume and range in comparison to previous bars, often precedes a change
in market direction.



Analyze All 87 Major Sectors and find out which are hot and which are not.
TopGun Software lets you quickly analyze all of the major sectors and lets you quickly find the strongest and weakest sectors and then which stocks in each sector are most likely to continue their trends.

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