Scanning for stocks using StockFetcher

By Derald Muniz @1nvestor

One of the scanning Tools that I use is StockFetcher. A neat collection of pre-built scans are available here and are well worth a look:


Here are a few stock charts that are part of the example result set when choosing the RSI below 30 scan:

Show stocks where RSI(15) crossed below 30.00 within the last 1 day
and Average Volume(90) is above 50000
and close is between 5 and 250



Poke around to see what results you can obtain – should be something for any style of trader and/or timeframe.

One Comment to “Scanning for stocks using StockFetcher”

  1. Pretty! This was a really wonderful article. Thanks for providing these details.

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