The Weekend Grind
As I have stated before, I do most of my research on the weekends. There are several reasons for this, one it allows you to focus a little better as the markets are closed. You have complete data for the weekly charts as well. Primarily, I do most of my research on the weekend, because that is when I have the most time. This allows me to run on auto pilot during the week, when I am the busiest.
Update 11/23/17: I primarily am running the Monthly Episodic Pivots Scan(see the resources section for the PCF), TI65, and the SwingTrade IPO scan at this point. I have found that they cast a wide enough net to catch everything I need to catch. Always look to iterate and improve as needed.
I do the same thing most weekends. I have a couple of scans I only run bi-weekly. Trend Scan and the Stage Analysis Screener are the two that I rotate. I use Google Calendar to keep track of what I need to do each weekend. Every week I run the Dave Landy Bowties Scan, Young Trends TI65, TI65, and SwingTradeBot’s IPO Screener.
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