(Weekly) Stock Screener: Moving Average Crossover | April 23

This analysis has the function of Stock Screener because it allows you to identify the stocks that showed one of the 4 trading signals / chart patterns that identify the potential start/continuation of a positive/negative trend using Exponential Moving Averages, one of the most used tools.

Exponential moving averages are used instead of simple ones due to their characteristic of giving greater weight to the most recent prices so as to be more reactive, since weekly data are used which by their nature are less reactive than daily data. From this point on, the term Exponential Moving Average will be shortened to EMA.

The 4 trading signals / chart patterns considered in this article are the following:

  • Positive Trend:
    5-week EMA crossed above 10-week EMA
    5-week EMA crossed above 30-week EMA
  • Negative Trend:
    5-week EMA crossed below 10-week EMA
    5-week EMA crossed below 30-week EMA

In this analysis the trading signals / chart patterns refer to the weekly stock prices and not to the daily ones. The weekly data allow you to better focus on the medium-long term trend without being influenced by the so-called “noises” typical of daily charts, or the volatility of the day-to-day fluctuations.


Table of contents

This article is divided into the following 5 sections:

1. Summary
contains the summary of how many stocks have been identified by the Stock Screener

2. 5-week EMA crossed above 10-week EMA
contains the 20 largest companies by market capitalization where the 5-week exponential moving average crossed above the 10-week exponential moving average.

3. 5-week EMA crossed below 10-week EMA
contains the 20 largest companies by market capitalization where the 5-week exponential moving average crossed below the 10-week exponential moving average.

4. 5-week EMA crossed above 30-week EMA
contains the 20 largest companies by market capitalization where the 5-week exponential moving average crossed above the 30-week exponential moving average.

5. 5-week EMA crossed below 30-week EMA
contains the 20 largest companies by market capitalization where the 5-week exponential moving average crossed below the 30-week exponential moving average.

For a matter of space only the rankings of the top stocks by market capitalization are included in this article and not the results of the all stocks resulting from the stock screener, therefore we recommend that you download the pdf report which contains more extensive rankings and all the results of the stock screener. The following image shows how the results of the stock screener appear in the pdf report. The data is not real but just an example.

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1. Summary

This section aims to identify the stocks that showed one of the following 4 trading signals / chart patterns that identify the potential start/continuation of a positive/negative trend:

  • Positive Trend:
    5-week EMA crossed above 10-week EMA
    5-week EMA crossed above 30-week EMA
  • Negative Trend:
    5-week EMA crossed below 10-week EMA
    5-week EMA crossed below 30-week EMA

The following image indicates with “Stocks Analyzed” the number of stocks that in the last trading session showed the 4 trading signals / chart patterns. The list with the names of the individual stocks is shown only in the pdf report and not below for a matter of space.


2. 5-week EMA crossed above 10-week EMA

This subsection focuses on the trading signal / chart pattern which refers to the potential start of a short / mid-term positive trend and is identified with the company’s 5-week exponential moving average crossed above the 10-week exponential moving average.

When a shorter-term moving average crossed above a longer-term moving average, a signal is generated indicating the potential start of a positive trend. In this section, the short-term moving average is the 5-week moving average while the longer-term moving average is the 10-week moving average.

Example: 5-week MA crossed above 10-week MA

The following image shows the 20 stocks with the largest market capitalization among those where the 5-week exponential moving average crossed above the 10-week exponential moving average.

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3. 5-week EMA crossed below 10-week EMA

This subsection focuses on the trading signal / chart pattern which refers to the potential start of a short / mid-term negative trend and is identified with the company’s 5-week exponential moving average crossed below the 10-week exponential moving average.

When a shorter-term moving average crossed below a longer-term moving average, a signal is generated indicating the potential start of a negative trend. In this section, the short-term moving average is the 5-week moving average while the longer-term moving average is the 10-week moving average.

Example: 5-week MA crossed below 10-week MA

The following image shows the 20 stocks with the largest market capitalization among those where the 5-week exponential moving average crossed below the 10-week exponential moving average.


4. 5-week EMA crossed above 30-week EMA

This subsection focuses on the trading signal / chart pattern which refers to the potential start of a mid / long-term positive trend and is identified with the company’s 5-week exponential moving average crossed above the 30-week exponential moving average.

When a shorter-term moving average crossed above a longer-term moving average, a signal is generated indicating the potential start of a positive trend. In this section, the short-term moving average is the 5-week moving average while the longer-term moving average is the 30-week moving average.

Example: 5-week MA crossed above 30-week MA

The following image shows the 20 stocks with the largest market capitalization among those where the 5-week exponential moving average crossed above the 30-week exponential moving average.


5. 5-week EMA crossed below 30-week EMA

This subsection focuses on the trading signal / chart pattern which refers to the potential start of a mid / long-term negative trend and is identified with the company’s 5-week exponential moving average crossed below the 30-week exponential moving average.

When a shorter-term moving average crossed below a longer-term moving average, a signal is generated indicating the potential start of a negative trend. In this section, the short-term moving average is the 5-week moving average while the longer-term moving average is the 30-week moving average.

Example: 5-week MA crossed below 30-week MA

The following image shows the 20 stocks with the largest market capitalization among those where the 5-week exponential moving average crossed below the 30-week exponential moving average.

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