Stock alerts & setups are explained in these videos illustrating pre-surge setups. We also show why StockAlerts is far better than stock filters and scanners for identifying setups.
We believe these videos are very instructive and well worth watching. We hope you will agree.
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Video #1 illustrates alerts generated for our StockAlerts subscribers. A few examples are also displayed near the bottom of the "Stock Alerts" page. To get there, click on the "Stock Alerts" link on the left of your screen or use the blue link lower on this page. Even if you have no interest in subscribing, we think you will find this information to be quite useful.
Video #2 explains how the various "filters" available on the Internet fall short of what we provide with StockAlerts. The vast majority of those scanners are simply too crude or simplistic to find configurations that are true setups. A "true setup" is a pre-surge configuration. Illustrations of the differences are provided.
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