MBrandt

@PaulDelgado Paul, whenever you post a ticker, I take notice. Today, 9/13/17, at 11:10am you said "SPI moving but has resistance" How the heck do you set your scanner to catch a move like that? There was nothing to indicate that move was about to happen! The volume was low, only 279994 from 9:30 till the green candle at 10:05am ( I totaled the volume, that's how desperate I am to get my scanner to capture a move out of nowhere like SPI ). So do you set your scanner to a low volume to catch a move like that? Or do you just go strictly by % gainers? Thanks. Mark

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PaulDelgado Sep 13, 17 11:18 PM

Hi Mark, Thank you for taking notice, I feel sometimes I over post but someone has to notify others of what is going on, so why not me right?! I set the scanner on a upward thrust of 2% and new high of .01 so the scanner along with volume above 250k as well as number of alerts. (It took me about 15 hrs to set a scanner I love!) Also, with SPI it remained in my Watch list from months ago when Tim originally posted. I went with the fade of NETE and saw this playing out the same way and noticing ho

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MBrandt Sep 16, 17 10:20 AM

Thanks Paul, I'm learning that good scanner settings are like gold. I have my Think or Swim scanner set at 3%, so I'll try bringing it down to 2%. My volume is set way too low, I'll try 250K. When you say new high of .01, is that .01 cents or.01%? Thanks!

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