Incidental Charting #1

The ability to find stocks that are rising is one of the key features of ProTrader Web – our share market charting software and in order to help you to utilise the software to its full potential, we are introducing a blog series called “Incidental Charting”. In these posts, we will utilise various scans over a period of time and discuss/post some of the results. The XAO has been range bound for the last 3-4 months between 5850 and 5700. This

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High dividend stocks for SMSF’s

Finding high dividend paying stocks for your SMSF can mean stable income with franking credits if the company provides them. The difficulty can be finding companies that will continue to pay the dividends and maintain their capital value at the same time. Dividends are usually announced with half yearly reports; this means determining probable future dividends is exceptionally complicated and time consuming. First we need to understand how the dividend yield is calculated: A dividend yield can appear inflated when the share

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The 5-Phase Trade in Action

Every trader wants to make a quick buck, but very few traders have a well defined strategy to identify stocks that are likely to increase in the short term. A charting software is essential to help a trader identify potential targets which is then followed up with a trading strategy to help manage risk. The 5-phase trade was obvious in BUB which had entry signals and an excellent exit signal. The entry came on the close above $0.30 with a volume spike: Your

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21 Day Breakout

One of the most important features of a charting software is the ability to find stocks that are in an upwards trend. ProTrader Web has a very easy scan to find stocks that are rising in price. An easy way to find rising stocks is: Go to ScansSelect Scan for Patterns & EventsTick the box below: Now, all that is left is to hit scan and scroll through the results to find stocks that fit your trading plan! Every serious investor should