The Stoxxtip market scanning module covers four major stocks markets and selects index constituent
companies which have delivered the highest performance over the past 40 weeks. The Stoxxtip weekly
updated stock scan list is a portfolio of 40 well capitalized stocks based on performance momentum
selected by Tim Straiton (Research Director at Stoxxtip.com). The Stoxxtip scan filter will show you the
stocks to buy with the highest probability of upside potential.
Realize your investment goals with the Stoxxtip stock scanning module
The Stoxxtip Stock Scanning Concept
The Stoxxtip stock scanning module is based on momentum trading over an extended time frame
according to the following formula:
P= M - Mx
M= the latest closing price
Mx= the closing price x periods ago
Bullish momentum trading is a strategy which scans for stocks exhibiting a long term continued
In order that this strategy can result in satisfactory results, constant monitoring of the price
is required and strict stop loss levels must be adhered to. Factors such as position sizing and the
of maximum risk levels are of utmost importance. Use our position sizing
calculator to manage open position risk. Whilst the purchase of high performing stocks over
the long term can result in outstanding profits, it should be remembered that many stocks in certain
circumstances can rise to considerably higher levels than fundamentals might predict. This fact
underlines the importance of strict risk management.
Stoxxtip Stock Scanning Results S&P 500 - published 1st April
Price 1st April 2023
Price 1st July 2023
Las Vegas Sands
Apple - Evidence of Bull Trend Exhaustion
2023-09-01 by Tim Straiton
The current price of Apple is $187.87 and trading above the rising 40 week moving average of 164.39. The short-term recovery from the recent low of $171 could extend towards the 198 level (upper weekly Bollinger Band).
The weekly bullish relative strength index trendline has been broken and it would seem wise to use any further upside move to liquidate long positions. Immediate downside targets are $170 (Fibonacci 38.2% retracement from the high based on the 129.62 to 195.83 range traded since January 2023) and thereafter 154.91 (Fibonacci 61.8% retracement from the high of the same range).
Our opinions are not a recommendation to buy or sell a security. Your decision whether or not to open a transaction should be based on your own due diligence and not on any representation we make to you.
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The double top is a major reversal pattern that forms after an extended uptrend. The pattern is made up of two consecutive peaks that are roughly equal, with a moderate trough in-between. As illustrated below, a double top consists of two well-defined, sharp peaks at approximately the same price level. A double top occurs when prices are in an uptrend. Prices rise to a resistance level, retreat, return to the resistance level again before declining. The two peaks should be distinct and sharp. The pattern is complete when prices decline below the lowest low in the formation. The lowest low is called the confirmation point.