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Does finding winning stocks have to be so hard?

With respect to the Trade-Radar Stock Inspector software, one of the requests I often get is that I should add a stock scanning facility. Users have said that they like all the analysis features in the software but that it's hard for individuals to unearth those good stocks that look like winners.

My reply has usually been that I have already done the scanning for them and the results are available at Alert HQ where I provide free stock picks and alerts. Daily and weekly BUY and SELL signals are available as well as Trend Leaders, Trend Busters, Swing Signals, Gaps and Cash Flow Kings.

But wait. There is another alternative: our affiliate friends at MarketClub have a technology they call Smart Scan.

Using Smart Scan, you can easily spot winning stocks, futures, precious metals, and currencies that meet one of 24 preset scanning criteria, including uptrends or downtrends.

As traders we have 3 potential positions we can take at all times: (1) We can be long the market (2) We can be short the market (3) We can be on the sidelines and out of the market.

Using their Smart Scan technology and filtering out the noise can help find some of the real nuggets that are out there.

To see how Smart Scan works, you can watch this video. As always, the videos are free to watch and there are no registration requirements. If you'd like to comment on this video please do so and let us know what you think.

Oh, and by the way. If you are interested in trying the Trade-Radar Stock Inspector software (click here to download), please be aware that anyone who signs up for the User Group email newsletter gets a discount coupon code worth $10 off the purchase price.

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