Notice to visitors: We have upgraded our free lists. Volume surges, Momentum, and New Highs have been changed to include stocks that are actually on the subscriber list rather than just below it. The number of stocks in the free "HotStocks" list has been doubled.
Stocks that are making new highs are making those new highs for a reason. A stock breaks through various levels of resistance because buyers believe the stock is cheap at current prices. They would not think that unless the company has created an exciting new product, has made a discovery, has developed a cure, has greater profit than previously anticipated, or is expected to make a lot of money relatively soon. New highs are driven by enthusiasm about a company's prospects. We have chosen to focus on new 6-month highs, because a stock that was higher one or more years ago is still of interest if it has not been this high for at least 6 months. Also, stocks making 1-year highs or all-time highs will be making new 6-month highs. This approach gives us a wider selection from which to choose. If the list were focused only on stocks reaching new highs since they were first listed, our list would include a much higher percentage of newly traded stocks of financially weak companies. We prefer to see the wider selection this approach provides.
When the market is in "pause" mode or pulling back, the number of stocks making new highs will be less, sometimes very many less, than when the market is advancing strongly. For subscribers, we list the stocks making new highs and rank them according to the magnitude of their 10-day momentum. The subscriber lists consist of 50 stocks that have made a new high AND that have the greatest 10-day momentum. The following list has 25 stocks taken from the bottom half of the top 50 which subscribers get. Of course the following list will be shorter if there are fewer than 50 stocks on the subscriber list. If the table is empty, it means that the number of stocks on the subscriber list is less than 26. The first 25 are for subscribers only. A new list is generated every day.
If the letters "ORD" are at the end of a stock's name, it means "Ordinary" and it is the same as "Common." All stock shares in our lists are common shares. We show only the first 24 characters of the names.
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