1-to-5 Candle Consolidation 3+ Candle Ago
Looks for a consolidation that is found between 1 and 5 candles prior to 3 candles ago. So a consolidation that was in place 3-7 candles prior to the current candle. This scan makes no requirement about how long the consolidation was in place at that point, only that it was detected 3-7 candles ago.
2 Bar Low Reversing Up
The prior 2 Lows were descending and the current price is above the previous close as well as current bar open.
2nd Doji After White Candle
This scan finds tickers that are currently the 2nd doji after a large white body candle
3 > 8 > 17 > 34
3ema above 8ema above 17ema above 34eam
3 Black Crows
Each candle should open below the previous day's open, ideally in the middle price range of that previous day. Each candlestick should also close progressively downward to establish a new near-term low.
3 Prior Higher Closes
Working backward from the candle before the current candle, price made 3 Higher Closes.
3 Prior Lower Closes
Working backward from the candle before the current candle, price made 3 Lower Closes.
4 Days Up + 4 White Candles
This looks for potential short-term over-extension as defined as 4 consecutive white candles and 4 consecutive higher closes.
Abandoned Baby Test
Above High of Low Candle
Current candle close (or current price prior to close) is above the High of the candle which also contained the Low of a user-specified number of candles.
Above Lowest Low of User-Defined Candles
Looks for the current price above the lowest low of a user-defined number of look-back candles.
Above Prior High
Price is above prior candle high
Above Recent High and Back Below that Candles Close
This scan looks for tickers that traded above a user-defined recent High and then reversed to be Below that High candle's Close. For example, today's candle High is Higher than yesterday's candle High, but today's current price is below yesterday's Close.
Above T-Line Bands
Price is above the (typically) Top T-Line Bands The 3 T-Line Bands are all 25-period Linear Regressions of their individual Exponential Moving Average. The Green T-Line Band (typically Top) is a Linear Regression of the 8ema of Highs. The Blue (typically Middle) T-Line Band is a Linear Regression of the 8ema of Lows. The Red (typically Bottom) T-Line Band is a Linear Regression of the 17ema of Lows.
Above User-Defined Keltner Channel
This scan looks for tickers trading a user-defined number of candles ago (0 = current candle) above their User-Defined Keltner Channel.
Above White Candle Close
Last candle was white and current price above last candle close.
ADX Rising
ADX is rising over the last candle.
Aroon Bear Crossover
Aroon bearish crossover within the last user-defined periods
Aroon Bearish
Scan looks for tickers with AroonUp below 50 and AroonDown above 50.
Aroon Bull Crossover
Aroon bullish crossover within the last user-defined periods
Aroon Bullish
Scan looks for tickers with AroonUp above 50 and AroonDown below 50.
Aroon Oscillator Greater Than
This scan looks for tickers with Aroon Oscillator (AroonUp minus AroonDown) to be greater than a user-defined value. For example, an Aroon Oscillator value above 0 would be bullish.
Aroon Oscillator Less Than
This scan looks for tickers with Aroon Oscillator (AroonUp minus AroonDown) to be less than a user-defined value. For example, an Aroon Oscillator value below 0 would be bearish.
ATR - Dollars
Average True Range over the specified period is at least X dollars. This is a measure of volatility.
ATR - Percent
Average True Range over the specified period is at least X percent of Current Price. This is a measure of volatility.
ATR Decreasing
Average True Range over the specified period has decreased between the last two candles. This means volatility is decreasing.
ATR Decreasing Over Last X Candles
This scan looks for tickers where the Average True Range has decreased over the last user-defined number of candles. This means volatility is decreasing.
ATR Increasing
Average True Range over the specified period has increased between the last two candles. This means volatility is increasing.
ATR Less Than
This scan looks for less volatile stocks (lower Average True Range, ATR) by having user define ATR periods, and a percentage of price that ATR must be less than or equal to. For example, values of 14 and 0.02 mean that all tickers passing the scan have a 14 period ATR of no more than 2 percent of their price. So a $100 stock has an average range of $2 or less.
ATR Spike
Looks for tickers with a current candle high-Low range at least X percent greater than the ATR over a user-defined period