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Part II Trading Tiger's Pro-Closing Power Trends:
Buy on Tests of Key Support and Sell When
CP Uptrend is Violated.
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Let's assume you had to $10,000 to invest at the start of 2010. Here's how
Tiger helps you using just the Introductory TigerSoft program. We want to find stocks
to buy and then sell, using our simple rules.
Take any group of stocks you like OR, better, work with the ones we have
prescreened for high Accumulation and and insider buying which are offered each
night on our Tiger Stock Data Page.
#1 Go through the Tiger charts looking for stocks with recent big bulges of blue
1. The Tiger Accumulation Index bulge should rise up to the black
horizontal line labelled "Insider Trading".
2. The AI bulge should have occurred in the past 3 months.
3. The purple 65-day ma must be rising. It is best if the 65-day ma has just
turned up or its rate of climb is increasing.
4. The blue Tiger Closing Power should be in general uptrend.
#2 Buy on a retreat by the stock close to or below the rising 65-day ma kust after
the blue Tiger Closing Power breaks its minor downtrend to the upside..
#3 Traders should simply sell when the uptrend line of the Tiger Closing Power
breaks its downtrend.
To find these stocks, just hit the down-arrow key to chart the next stock.
Here we will simply work with the stocks that begin with the letter "A".
As you should be able to see, the first chart belongs to A - Agilent Tech.
Agilent shows a bulge of insider buying in late November 2009 that pushes the Tiger
Accumulation Index up to the key level showing insider buying. Below is its chart.
The arrows we have placed on the chart show where these simple rules
would have produced a Buy and the subsequent Sell. After placing the
Buy and Sell arrows on the screen, the Tiger program shows you what happens
to $10,000, assuming the trade is taken at the next day's opening and commissions
amount to $40 for a round-trip trade (Buy and Sell). The result was a gain of
$1810 if $10,000 had been invested. The software has paid for itself and 5x over.
The next stock AA does not show this pattern of insider buying. See it below.
AA does illustrate how we find short sales. The only difference in reverse is that
the Accumulation Index need only fall below -.25. After that we wait for a
pullback to the falling 65-dma and then a break in the temporarily rising Blue
Closing Power to sell short. We cover the short sale when the Blue Closing
Power breaks its downtrend. See the two place where a short sale would
have been appropriate.
The next stocks to show such a bulge in the Tiger Accumulation Index are
AAR (a preferred stock that pays a divividend, too), low-priced ABIO. ABR and
ACF See their charts below. When you get handy with this section's rules,
see the next section - Part II - Buying on Unconfirmed New Lows and Selling
Short on Unconfirmed New Highs. Then for Part III, Read about TigerSoft's
Explosive Super Stocks
ABR - Arbor Realty - Two trades.
Here the bulge of Accum occurs as stock turns up from 65-dma. This is more
immediately bullish. We have to chase a little but when this happens.