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betyerbottomdollar
169 posts
msg #59268
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1/23/2008 12:53:53 PM

During a bull market the IBD100 is great, but where can I find something similar for a bear market? Too bad they don't have an IBD 100 crappiest stocks in the crappiest industries to run short filters through. Or do they and I just miss it?

maxreturn
745 posts
msg #59269
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1/23/2008 1:32:17 PM

As you may know IBD publishes the Top 200 in their Thursday edition. I'm pretty certain they have the Bottom 200 in the same edition. Check it out.

Regards
Max

nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #59271
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1/23/2008 1:43:20 PM

That's because in a bear market, they're all crap! lol

AdamW328
84 posts
msg #59290
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1/24/2008 12:47:49 PM

bety, that is a great question. I have been looking for the same for a long time now. If anyone has any sugestions for finding good stocks to short based on their current fundamentals I would love to here it.

jhar3
23 posts
msg #59297
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1/24/2008 7:24:27 PM

hi, go to tradingmarkets.com, they have a stock scanner that's free. on there home page you will see tm stocks. on the drop down menu select stock scanner. there are articles on how to run scans, for up markets, down markets. you can do anything with this thing. the best free thing on the web.

miketranz
668 posts
msg #59298
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1/24/2008 9:08:39 PM

The talking heads are preaching cost averaging down into this market.Easy for them to say,but in the last 30 days anyone holding long positions got their head handed to them.QID is looking good pulling back on the short side.But the fact is anything held in this market longer than a day is real risky business...........

AdamW328
84 posts
msg #59304
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1/25/2008 1:04:38 PM

jhar3, checked out the site and it looks pretty good. can you post a link where the site talks about scans for going short. Thanks!

rtucker
318 posts
msg #59305
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1/25/2008 6:01:07 PM

I am also a user of IBD100. Miketranz summed it up for me. Lots of company risk holding overnight in this environment. A while back, I believe it was perolpeter, said to keep the complementary etfs on your desktop such as DIG/DUG, QLD/QID, XLF/SKF XNB/?, SRS/? etc..
(sorry they are not complete pairs)

Until things stabilize this is one way of playing both sides without so much volatility and company risk. I dont short stocks. Now lets see if I can follow this path myself

jhar3
23 posts
msg #59306
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1/26/2008 8:53:05 AM

adamw328 on the stockscanner page click on the how to series. for scanning for shorts is in part 2. i think there are 4 parts to this series.

haskellb2006
22 posts
msg #59316
Ignore haskellb2006
1/27/2008 3:31:57 AM

good shorts?? RSI 2 95 or higher
weekly preferably

--- IF you can find one now-----

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