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Free Video: Simple Rules for Creating Watch Lists

With literally thousands of stocks on the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ, how does an expert trader keep an eye on them all? Well, the short answer is, expert traders don’t do this. Rather, they create a small list of stocks and carefully watch them to find their entry and exit points.

This is called a watch list. Most veteran traders are familiar with the term. But I take it two steps further. I actually have a watch list, pick list, and hot list. One trickles down to the other. The pick list comes from the watch list; the hot list comes from the pick list; and, ultimately, the hot list is what I work from on a daily basis.

Getting to the point where you have a strong watch list can be difficult. That’s why I’ve established a series of rules that filter out all the bad stocks. Using these rules, I can build a watch list in minutes instead of days.

I have decided to share these rules with you. In fact, I have created a free 15-minute video that explains my entire process, from start to finish. I’m making this video free because I believe it’s vital that you have this information.

To watch the video, simply click the link below. You will have to enter your first name and email to access the video. Since this information could be worth hundreds of dollars to you, I think it’s a fair trade. Alright? Here’s the link…

Click Here to Learn How to Create a Watch List

My Best Regards,

-A.J. Brown

P.S. After you watch the video, I’d love it if you’d leave a comment telling me what you think. Thanks!

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4 Responses to “Free Video: Simple Rules for Creating Watch Lists”

  1. dennis yarbrough @ 3:47 pm:

    thank you

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  2. richard emerson @ 9:59 pm:

    nice.
    Thanks

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  3. Nicholas @ 11:31 pm:

    I spend most of the available hours in a day looking at stock chart patterns after the market closes to try find a few very good ones that I can set up on my monitors/screens for the next day’s trading.

    Ideally, the stock will have a daily trading range of at least $1.00, and preferable more, plus high volume. Also,, one of my favorite plays is to work blue chip stocks that gap down at the open, then recover. This limits my time trading for hitting my daily goals, and I can then concentrate on other day trading, or 1 or 2 swings of the past couple days.

    Where’s the best place to find the type of stocks that I’ve described, and also….finding pre-market opening stocks that are poised to gap-down?

    Thank You

    NL

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  4. A.J. Brown @ 11:44 pm:

    Hi Nicholas,

    Thanks for contributing to my blog.

    What you’re looking for is a specialized stock screener. I can actually envision a two part screener. The first filter would be to separate out the blue chips. The second would be your technical strategy.

    Will you be trading options?

    If so, I would say a good place to start would be the Trading Trainer watch list. Then, you could take those candidates and apply your technical screen to them.

    Just trading stocks?

    Then, you may need to find a stock screener out there that you can configure your way.

    It has been four years since I had to use someone else’s stock screener, so I don’t event know what’s out there anymore.

    Consider using my favorite tool. Visit the following web page and type in ‘customizable watch list screener’ and see what comes up. The web page is:

    http://www.google.com/

    Good luck on your search.

    A.J.

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