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Daily Stocks

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  • Category: Finance
  • Released date: 05/20/2010
  • Current Version: 1.4
  • Seller: Cantek Batur
  • Recommended Age: 4+
  • Download Size: 1095485
  • Last Update: 07/22/2011
  • Requirements: iPadWifi, iPad23G, iPad3G, iPad2Wifi

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✱✱✱ Featured by Apple, PadGadget.com, DailyAppReview, iPad-Application-Reviews.com and more! ✱✱✱

"look no further than this application if you are looking for a great stocks app as this is one of the best stocks apps that we have seen for both the iPhone and iPad." ipad-application-reviews.com

"if you need something very advanced, able to compete with similar – and much pricier – desktop software, you may want to check out Daily Stocks for iPad." PadGadget.com

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Daily Stocks application is an advanced stock analysis tool that filters the stock market and identifies those stocks showing the greatest potential for profit. The app provides over 100 technical scans, and delivers your options to you in a list of stocks to further analyze.

And not only is it accessible from your iPad as one app, but it's faster and easier to use than any other app you can name. So you can now identify the most promising stock trades long before most other traders, giving you a key competitive advantage.

The app has three easy to understand sections.
➤ Stock Scans (S&P 500) – This section lists stocks that meet 56 popular technical conditions. The list includes moving average, MACD and stochastic crossovers, gaps, reversal price patterns, etc.

➤ Japanese Candlesticks (All US stocks) – This section lists most important candlestick patterns under three main categories; bullish, bearish and indecision signals. Also for each list you can find the factors that intensify these patterns.

➤ Overextended Stocks (S&P 500) – This section lists the most oversold and overbought stocks compared to its price and moving average spreads. However this is done using unique techniques. Daily Stocks compares the moving average spreads for all S&P 500 stocks with their 5 year historical spreads and highlight the stocks that are overbought or oversold and ranks these stocks from most overextended to the least. And it does this for both short term and long term trading.

✱From the team that brought you the highly successful Market Scan, Stock Signals and Daily ETFs apps✱

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