Trend Analysis: Top 150 Stocks To Watch | December 27

The purpose of the trend analysis is to provide key information on the direction, strength and timing of change in the stock price trend in the short, medium and long term. This analysis covers the Top 150 Stocks on the United States stock exchange that are grouped in the BullDude’s Bundles.


Key Terms

Below you can find a brief explanation of the 2 key terms to help you understand how the direction and strength of the stock price trend is calculated using one of the most reliable tools: Moving Average.


Summaries and Rankings

This article includes a lot of key data and information on each of the top 150 Stocks covered. Given the enormous amount of data and information, the following 2 sections have been introduced that allow you to access the data through summaries and rankings.

1. Trend Rankings

This first section shows which stocks have just changed the direction of the trend and intuitive rankings that allow you to find out which stocks have the strongest positive / negative trend for each of the 3 time periods considered (short, medium and long term).

Furthermore, a ranking is also shown for the so-called “All-Term” period, where only the stocks that have a positive (or negative) trend in both the short, medium and long term are included.

In summary, this section answers the following questions:

  • Which are the stocks with the Strongest Positive Trend?
  • Which are the stocks with the Strongest Negative Trend?
  • Which stocks have seen a Change in the Direction of the Trend?

2. Trend of the Top 150 Stocks

This second section shows, for each of the top 150 stocks, the direction and strength of the trend for each time period; short, medium and long term. The purpose of this section is to answer the following questions:

  • What is the direction and strength of the short, medium and long term trend of a company like Apple or Tesla or the other 148 top stocks?
  • How much does the company’s stock price have to rise to reach its 52-week high?

1. Trend Rankings

This section shows summaries and rankings that allow you to understand which stocks have reversed the trend and which show the strongest positive and negative trends.

Below you will find the 4 individual sections that contain the summaries and rankings for each of the 4 time periods previously mentioned; Short-Term, Mid-Term, Long-Term and All-Term Trend.


1.1 Short-Term Trend

In this section we focus on stocks by looking at short-term trend data only which is identified using the 20-day moving average:

  • Positive (Negative) short-term trend:
    5-day moving average Higher (Lower) than 20-day moving average
  • New Positive (Negative) short-term trend:
    5-day moving average Crossed above (below) the 20-day moving average

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Summary

This subsection shows the total number of stocks covered by the analysis (Total), the number of stocks that currently have a positive / negative trend (Positive / Negative) and the stocks that have seen, at the end of today’s trading session, a reversal of the short-term trend from negative to positive (New Positive Trend) and from positive to negative (New Negative Trend). In addition, there are 2 graphs that show the trend of the last few weeks of the percentage of stocks in positive and negative trend.

It is important to remember that as soon as a company reverses the trend it will initially be weak and it will take a few days of confirmation to be trusted. Furthermore, it is preferable to also look at the direction and strength of the trend in the other time periods. For example, if company X enters a short term positive trend but is in a strong medium and long term negative trend it could be a risky situation.

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Rankings

This subsection shows the 10 stocks with the strongest positive short-term trend (TOP) and the 10 stocks with the strongest negative short-term trend (FLOP). For each company included in the ranking there is a percentage value that indicates the direction of the trend (positive trend if colored green or negative if colored red) and an indication of the strength of the trend (the higher the percentage, the stronger the trend).

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1.2 Mid-Term Trend Section

In this section we focus on stocks by looking at mid-term trend data only which is identified using the 50-day moving average:

  • Positive (Negative) mid-term trend:
    5-day moving average Higher (Lower) than 50-day moving average
  • New Positive (Negative) mid-term trend:
    5-day moving average Crossed above (below) the 50-day moving average

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Summary

This subsection shows the total number of stocks covered by the analysis (Total), the number of stocks that currently have a positive / negative trend (Positive / Negative) and the stocks that have seen, at the end of today’s trading session, a reversal of the mid-term trend from negative to positive (New Positive Trend) and from positive to negative (New Negative Trend). In addition, there are 2 graphs that show the trend of the last few weeks of the percentage of stocks in positive and negative trend.

Rankings

This subsection shows the 10 stocks with the strongest positive mid-term trend (TOP) and the 10 stocks with the strongest negative mid-term trend (FLOP). For each company included in the ranking there is a percentage value that indicates the direction of the trend (positive trend if colored green or negative if colored red) and an indication of the strength of the trend (the higher the percentage, the stronger the trend).

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Long-Term and All-Term Trend Sections


2. Trend of the Top 150 Stocks

In this second section we find the data on the direction and strength of the short, medium and long term trend for each of the 150 top stocks that are covered by this analysis.

As additional information there is also the item “Distance to 52-Wk High”, useful for understanding how much the company’s price must increase to return to the maximum price reached in the last 52 weeks starting from the average price of the last 5 days.

For each company included there is a percentage value that indicates the direction of the trend (positive trend if colored green or negative if colored red) and an indication of the strength of the trend (the higher the percentage, the stronger the trend).

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