Nobody wants to hear about a stock making a major move...after it happens. That’s exactly why you need Tommy The Bull's stock screener.
Selecting good stocks isn't easy. The sheer volume of companies makes zeroing in on a good stock difficult and the volumes of data on the internet don't make things any easier. In fact, it's hard to sort out the useful information from all the worthless data. There are thousands of stocks traded every day––it is not humanly possible to analyze all these stocks yourself, whether it is for swing- or day-trading. A stock screener takes a lot of the legwork out of finding the best stocks to trade. Screeners scan scores of stocks, almost instantly, looking for the exact criteria that you set.
The Stock Gap Scanner to scan for a list of gap up stocks and gap down stocks today. Stocks gapping up generates a strong signal while gap down stocks signal weakness. Gap up stocks are worth watching because the strong trend may continue in the foreseeable future. This scanner is the best way to start your trading day, because stocks that are gapped, likely have technical and news catalysts–––and it is highly likely that the stocks that show up on this scanner will be the best stocks to be watching throughout the day.
Your best option for finding fast-moving stocks is by screening for potential short squeeze plays. A short squeeze can trigger for a huge breakout. A squeeze occurs when you have a stock that has attracted numerous short sellers. As the stock begins to move higher, more and more of these short sellers will hit their stops. This forces them to buy back their shares around the same time, quickly pushing the stock price up much higher. A good rule to remember is the higher the percentage of shares that are short, the stronger the potential squeeze.
This scanner monitors leaders, laggards and most active stocks during premarket trading.The pre-market trading session typically occurs between 8:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. EST each trading day. Many investors and traders watch the pre-market trading activity to judge the strength and direction of the market in anticipation for the regular trading session. This scanner is also often times used right before the market closes.