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Wednesday TrendLeaders and Swing Signals, April 22, 2009


I wanted to generate a new list of TrendLeaders today and while I was at it I also produced a new batch of Swing Trading Signals. They are all available now and can be found at the TrendLeaders page and the Swing Signals page, respectively.

The market has been pretty erratic so far this week but there are still 824 stocks and ETFs that qualify as TrendLeaders. As of the close of trading today they are all above their 50-day moving average and registering strong trends according to Aroon, MACD and DMI analysis.

I notice there are quite a few PowerShares ETFs on the list today as well as some ETFs I have never heard of: the First Trust Alphadex funds. Something to look into...

We also have a new batch of Swing Trading Signals. Just like yesterday, we have 38 signals in total. Today they are split down the middle: 19 are BUYS and 19 are SELLS.

Please check out our latest stock market data at the TrendLeaders page and the Swing Signals page. You will also be able to download the data in a CSV format file that can be opened in Excel. Of course, it's all still free.

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