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Stock Screener tool available to traders and investors. You can select from a huge number of technical and fundamental criteria to find financial instruments that fit your investment needs or trading strategy.
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What makes MarketInOut.com unique stock screener, accessible to traders and investors?
Of course, we support all popular technical indicators such as MACD, Stochastic, Ichimoku, Bollinger Bands, and SuperTrend. But in addition to it, you can also perform more detailed stock screening using support and resistance levels, classic trend lines, Demark's trend lines, Fibonacci retracements, linear regression channels, Donchian and Keltner channels, pivot points, candlesticks, and classic chart patterns. You can also take approaches of Warren Buffett, Peter Lynch, and Benjamin Graham to find undervalued stocks and select financially stable companies using scoring techniques developed by Joseph Piotroski, Edward Altman, and Messod Beneish. But this is still only a small part of the arsenal available to you. Utilizing a multitude of technical and fundamental criteria allows you to select stocks across 20 different international stock exchanges using daily, weekly, and monthly periods. Historical screening and notification options are also available. Don't miss a thing by having new match alerts sent directly to your phone or email.
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Stock Screener is an easy-to-use and powerful tool, but you can achieve even more flexibility with the Formula Screener tool, which allows you to build stock screening criteria of any complexity.
In a formula expression, you can use different time periods, index conditions, aggregate functions, data arrays, build scoring and time range criteria, perform historical screening, and add output instructions. It is worth noting that formula expressions can also be used in the Strategy Backtester tool to set criteria for opening and closing trading positions, in which case you can also use special functions that provide access to a trading position.
MarketInOut.com provides the opportunity to screen all the world's leading stock exchanges: Nasdaq, NYSE, OTC, IEX, TSX, TSXV,
CSE, LSE, XETRA, MOEX, Tadawul, NSE, BSE, BM, SES, ISE, HKSE, SHSE, ASX, and NZX. But that is not all.
Of course, we also support Forex and Cryptocurrencies. All provided tools on the site apply to them.
Get a big picture view of your portfolio using the Portfolio Tracker tool. Use the chart feature to display the open and close points of your portfolio's positions. Measure the success of your portfolio using the performance chart and performance statistics. The Portfolio Tracker provides all the tools and information needed to analyze your portfolio as a whole.
The IF function can be useful in the formula for closing a position in the backtesting tool in combination with the STOPAT or TAKEAT instructions. For example, in the following formula expression, the stop loss will be set at the day's low level, but only if the position's profit is more than 5%: if(price > 1.05 * posprice, stopat(low)). In this case, the function takes two arguments, a condition and an instruction that will be executed if the condition is met. You can also use the IF function in an arithmetic expression. It returns the value of the second or third argument, depending on the first argument's value. For example, the formula expression rsi(14) ca if(price > ema(21), 60, 40) will work like rsi(14) ca 60 in case if price > ema(21) and as rsi(14) ca 40 otherwise. It is worth noting that this expression is a shorter form for (price > ema(21) and rsi(14) ca 60) or (price <= ema(21) and rsi(14) ca 40).
Revenue, EV / Revenue, and Revenue per Share (RPS) fundamental criteria have been added to the product. In the Stock Screener tool, Revenue, EV / Revenue are available in the Operating Metrics category, and RPS is available in the Basic Fundamental category. In the Formula Screener tool, you can refer to these fundamental indicators as revenue, enterprise_revenue, and rps. It is worth noting that Revenue is in millions and is calculated for the trailing twelve months (TTM).
The Fractals indicator was developed by Bill Williams to help analysts identify local price highs and lows. These extrema are called fractals and are indicated by arrows on the price chart above the bar or candlestick corresponding to this local extremum. According to the author, Fractals are one of the few technical analysis tools that really work. Each fractal can be used to identify support or resistance level. However, it is recommended to use additional filters to determine market entry points. The Fractals indicator available on the site is customizable so that you can specify the number of bars to the left and right of the peak bar. The default values of the indicator parameters are "2,2". In this case, the fractal will be formed by 5 bars: a peak bar, two bars on the left, and two on the right. You can select the Fractals indicator's criteria in the "Line Studies" category of the Stock Screener tool. It is also worth noting that special functions have been added to access the fractal levels' values. You can view a list of these functions in the Williams' Fractals section on the Formula Screener help page.
The QStick indicator helps to identify the trend's direction and strength by the average size of white (bullish) and black (bearish) candles for a certain period. Simplistically, we can say that if we see more white candles, then the indicator value will be above zero. Still, if black candles dominate, then the indicator value will be below zero. If the indicator moves from negative to positive, then this is a buy signal. And vice versa, the movement from a positive to a negative zone can be considered a sell signal. The QStick indicator's similarity with oscillators also allows you to identify overbought/oversold zones and bullish/bearish divergences. On the chart, the indicator is plotted as a histogram. A signal line is also added to make it easier to find pivot points. The QStick indicator has two parameters: the period for moving average of candlestick sizes, and period for the signal line - EMA of the QStick histogram. You can select this indicator in the Trend Indicators category of the Stock Screener tool or refer to it by qstick (QStick histogram) or qsticks (QStick signal line) in the Formula Screener. For example, qstick(8,5) > 0 expression means QStick value is above zero. Or, qstick(8,5) ca qsticks(8,5) reads as the QStick indicator crossed above the QStick signal line.
The New Highs - New Lows indicator (NH-NL) has been added to the group of the market breadth indicators. The NH-NL indicator displays the daily difference between the number of stocks reaching new 52-week highs and the number of stocks reaching new 52-week lows. You can interpret NH-NL as a divergence indicator or as an oscillator. The NH-NL indicator generally reaches its extreme lows slightly before a major market bottom. As the market then turns up from the major bottom, the indicator jumps up rapidly. During this period, many new stocks are making new highs because it's easy to make a new high when prices have been depressed for a long time. As the cycle matures, a divergence often occurs as fewer and fewer stocks make new highs (the indicator falls), yet the market indices continue to reach new highs. This is a classic bearish divergence that indicates that the current upward trend is weak and may reverse.