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msg #34710
Ignore tecnoal
1/3/2005 10:19:04 AM

Investor's Business Daily 100
Data as of 12/31/2004 market close

here you can find every week the current list updated with comments. All my work and more and better. Look:
happy New Year

117 posts
msg #35277
Ignore rrochon
3/4/2005 4:35:51 PM

Is there someplace that we can get the current IBD 100 list in a form that we can just copy and paste it into a Stockfetcher Watchlist? It is time consuming to have to copy and re-format the list.


4 posts
msg #35417
Ignore jaked
3/23/2005 2:12:22 AM

I am interested to learn how others are using the IBD 100 list in choosing which on the list to buy. As for me, I apply a personal filter as a set-up which cuts down the list to about 30 in total and then use the RSI(5) for entry (stock needs to close under 60 and rising the day of purchase, the lower the RSI(5) the better. Any other ideas? Thanks
PS: I agree with Dick above that if anyone finds a way to copy the IBD 100 list directly to the watchlist on this site it would be a great help

14 posts
msg #35495
Ignore HokieDoc1
3/30/2005 7:09:26 PM

To copy the IBD list, go to the IBD 100.
Then click on the "export to excel".
Then highlight the list and "copy" it.
"Paste special" it on the excel spread sheet. Under the paste special feature, look for "transpose". This will make it a linear list rather than vertical.
Once you have made it a linear list, copy it and paste it into a word document. You can paste it such that it is pasted as text only (to eliminate the excel cells). Then paste it into SF watch list.

I've een doing this for several week snow with some success, running my filters against this list of potentials. Works pretty well. Hope this was helpful.


4 posts
msg #35497
Ignore jaked
3/30/2005 10:04:40 PM

Thanks for your input. I did find another way to paste it directly as well. I have the web site that is providing the IBD 100 list send me the list every week by email. I then just copy the list that is on my email using the edit feature and paste it directly into this watch list here on this site. Works well and don't need to use the excel step.

By the way, care to share what filter you use on the IBD 100 list to help limit your selections. Briefly, my set-up to limit the stocks is: the MA (20) is above the MA (50) and the 52 week high higher than the 52 week high 3 years ago, the stock has to have risen at least 20% over the last 52 weeks and it had to have reached a new 52 week high within the last 15 days. I also confirm this filter with the OBV and Accum/Dist to make sure there is an upward slow to this volume indicator.

My entry is when the RSI(5) is below 50 but I am flexible and use it more as a guide for an intuitive entry.


834 posts
msg #35498
Ignore marine2
3/30/2005 10:24:26 PM

Tecnoal, thanks for sharing that web site concerning the IBD 100 listings. I have been updating my one watchlist for the current selections then matching that watchlist up against 4 of my favorite filters. It's working quite well for me.

Happy Investing.


14 posts
msg #35510
Ignore HokieDoc1
4/1/2005 7:33:59 PM


Thanks for the reply. I use several filters including:

+DI(14) crossed above -DI(14) in the last 1 day and +DI(14) is above -DI(14) and price is above 5 and average volume(14) is above 100,000 (I like using the DI system)

also try bouncing off the 50 day MA

and hammer (see hammer in forum for the filter syntax)

I do find that the CANSLIM does help, but wouldn't depend on this alone, (ie see tasr, bxg, others which were high on the ibd list before diving quickly).

Others include some of the other strong candle patterns. I like the short term, 2 days to 2 weeks, 3%-15% gains. More base hits beat the home run.


4 posts
msg #35533
Ignore jaked
4/6/2005 2:22:54 AM

I looked at your filter and it is a little bit slow for me. That is, your filter confirms a move that I would prefer to anticipate rather than to react to. I like to enter the stock prior to the move that would confirm your entry.

Well, anything that works is right.

I mostly use the IBD 100 list just as a side note to my trading as a point of interest. It is not really a watch list for me since many of the stocks in this list do fail time after time.


117 posts
msg #35581
Ignore rrochon
4/12/2005 8:36:53 PM

Is there any place to get the IBD 100 list without subscribing to some service?
I've Googled it and came up with no list.

135 posts
msg #35589
Ignore dangreene
4/13/2005 7:59:46 AM


This was posted by someone else here recently.

Good luck.

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