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small traders get excited on percentage rises ( as opposed to tradeable liquidity , something you can throw $100,000 at and have expectations of a quick , graceful exit )
 
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small traders get excited on percentage rises ( as opposed to tradeable liquidity , something you can throw $100,000 at and have expectations of a quick , graceful exit )
Who are you kidding ,Divs?
Those VOLUME figures are not sorted by Volume or $ Value
Maybe you are not aware of the popular strategy of ACCUMULATION and DISTRIBUTION
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What "SORT" would suit your trading style the best?
 
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Sorry for asking again but
I still cannot see any logic in having a dogs' breakfast format in the sorting of the % column
Unfortunately with this particular site Captain, I am unable to sort the "VOLUME" List by percentage. I can only sort it by dollar amount traded, Volume traded, or the Stock's Market cap.

I've started posting the VOLUME List in order of Market Cap because at least we can just disregard the larger cap Stocks which frequent the List such as TLS as you pointed out.

I only started adding the Volume List as an after thought to the TOP STOCKS List as I thought it might be of interest. Fortunately the Top Stocks is in Percentage from top to bottom

Most of the time, I only glance at the bottom few Stocks on the VOLUME List, looking for a potential "new chum" (Small-cap)

Probably what I should do is post the TOP STOCKS List first, and the VOLUME List second because the V List can essentially be bypassed most of the time.

If of course we get a Stock which winds up on both Lists, it may be more likely worth researching. Cheers.
 
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Who are you kidding ,Divs?
Those VOLUME figures are not sorted by Volume or $ Value
Maybe you are not aware of the popular strategy of ACCUMULATION and DISTRIBUTION
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In your wisdom
What "SORT" would suit your trading style the best?
opportunities .. i take opportunities

the market might be awash with rallying stocks flashing BUY signals , and i will grab the day's pariah ( say BSL , CLV , or BPT on their bad days and carefully accumulate when there is hardly another buyer competing with me )

apart from that a crude and simple channel trade works for me on a couple of stocks ( QBE and WHC )
 
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Unfortunately with this particular site Captain, I am unable to sort the "VOLUME" List by percentage. I can only sort it by dollar amount traded, Volume traded, or the Stock's Market cap.

I've started posting the VOLUME List in order of Market Cap because at least we can just disregard the larger cap Stocks which frequent the List such as TLS as you pointed out.

I only started adding the Volume List as an after thought to the TOP STOCKS List as I thought it might be of interest. Fortunately the Top Stocks is in Percentage from top to bottom

Most of the time, I only glance at the bottom few Stocks on the VOLUME List, looking for a potential "new chum" (Small-cap)

Probably what I should do is post the TOP STOCKS List first, and the VOLUME List second because the V List can essentially be bypassed most of the time.

If of course we get a Stock which winds up on both Lists, it may be more likely worth researching. Cheers.
UNDERSTOOD Many thanks
 
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Sometimes the concept can pay off :bookworm:

I saw this yesterday and even did a little research on but I am fully invested at the moment so looked no further

1MC was noticeable on the VOLUME list (25th July) ie. Higher Volume/No SP movement)

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1MC today (26th July):

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I'll take a punt and suggest that based on the Chart this could tickle up a little higher in the short term ;)
 
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Just on 1MC:

Market Cap was only $88M with around +$10M cash in the bank before todays rise ...... Fundamentals were backing up the chart.
 
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CLOSE:

Interestingly, when collecting today's Lists a few minutes ago, I noticed that the Stocks on the VOLUME List are almost ALL positive:bookworm:

This is unusual and may have zero meaning, but worth noting methinks.

My first inclination was to look for "value" positions on overseas Indexes ... if the situation arises;)


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