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Big Mo mixes in a little value

This is a brief post to present one of our custom stock screens.

We look to our Trend Leaders and Bollinger Band Breakouts as sources of stocks and ETFs with superior momentum. We look to our Cash Flow Kings to find stocks exhibiting an element of value. Combine the two and our Big Mo screen now shows those stocks with both solid fundamentals and rising prices.

The table below lists seven stocks with strong momentum based on daily data. Note that our Trend Leaders consist of stocks in strong up-trends based on Aroon, MACD and DMI. Combined with the kind of surging prices that generate Bollinger Band Breakouts, these stocks are definitely exhibiting leadership. Given the high cash flow yield each has, these stocks would appear to be solid candidates for your watchlist.

SymbolNameLast PriceMarket Cap
ACFAMERICREDIT CORP.$12.71$1,688,000,000
ANFABERCROMBIE & FITCH CO.$30.11$2,641,000,000
GNKGENCO SHIPPING & TRADING LIMITED$26.15$829,200,000
NBGNATIONAL BANK OF GREECE$5.71$13,995,000,000
NOANORTH AMERICAN ENERGY PARTNERS, INC.$6.91$249,000,000
TDTORONTO DOMINION BANK$50.91$43,207,000,000
EXPEExpedia, Inc.$17.31$4,989,000,000

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