With the New Year approaching, it’s a good idea to study last year’s biggest price gainers to see what signs and indicators we might have overlooked. It’s a great way to improve your chances of finding next year’s big winners just as they’re breaking out. (Double Click on Image to enlarge).
You may have your own process, but if not, I’ve created a short video to give you some ideas for getting started. I’ll show you how to create your own DELTA searches to find the top gainers, and I’ll walk you through a few graph set-ups. You can pause the video, rewind or fast forward by clicking in the horizontal bar at the bottom of the video. Just hover your mouse near the bottom and the bar will pop up. Below is the link to the video:
SLIDES: Below is a PDF of the video slides. In there you will find the search criteria I used to find the top gainers among stocks, ETFs and dividend payers.
Finally, it’s a good idea to study the biggest winners using your own favourite indicators and graph set-up. Did you find consistently good entry and exit points?
Thank you very much for this interesting presentation. Ever since the SOTW titled DELTA DELTA DELTA, I have found more and more uses for this search tool. Adding the display only feature to your favourite searches can give you additional stock selection information as you demonstrated so well.
Thanks for all your help this year both personally and through your videos, webinars and blogs.
Hi Jake, Thanks for your kind comments. Your Jake’s Patent Winners search and strategy continues to be a favourite of our Canadian VectorVest investors. Wonderful to be part of a sharing community of investors. Happy New Year.
Thank you for your presentation on a very timely topic. I appreciate how much you have shown the simplicity of creating your own search and its capability, including the display function in this case.
Yes, Jake’s Patent Winners is my top to go to search. Thanks Jake.
Thanks for your kind comments Vicky. HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Thanks for the presentation and your search for top gainers.
My pleasure Leslie.