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Hawk’s Scan Sentry Report for Wednesday March 16, 2011

Welcome to the brand new Scan Sentry Report.  I’m Hawk Arps, one of the developers of the Scan Sentry Toolkit, and this is Tuesday night with my stock picks for the last part of this week.

It seems like these days there are quite a lot of men and women out there analyzing and blogging about the stock indexes and other markets.  But do you really need a ‘specialist’ to tell you that the American markets have been churning like a locomotive for six months and now they’re correcting.  Of course not! And, really, there are quite a lot of capable men and women out there providing stock picks; of course, most of those come with a subscription price. Well, please, let me add my voice to this din of financial babel…  because what we really need are good technical analysis tools that give timely signals. Therefor, I have once again come up with some stock entry opportunities by performing a scan using tools from the Arps Scan Sentry Toolkit; and I offer them to you here, free of charge, to do with what you see fit.

Through the laborious efforts of technical analysis made so much easier by the Arps Scan Sentry tools, I have come up with these ideas to look at for entry possibilities for short term swing trade positions.

Here are the picks…

Symbol- Reason:

(longs)

SOLR              TE1,PB23

PXD                TE1x2

(shorts)

CAKE             TE1,PB23

LCC                PB23,TPB

All of these symbols showed recent signals in the Trend Exhaustion 1 tool.

May the trend be with you,

Hawk

Jan Arps’ Traders’ Toolbox is not an investment advisory service nor a registered investment advisor or broker-dealer and does not purport to tell or suggest which securities customers should buy or sell for themselves. Examples presented on this site are for educational purposes only.  It should not be assumed that the methods, techniques, or indicators presented in these examples will be profitable or that they will not result in losses. There is a high degree of risk in trading.  Readers using this information are solely responsible for their actions and trade at their own risk. Readers should always check with their licensed financial advisor .

2018-01-08T09:02:16+00:00March 16th, 2011|Hawk's Picks|