To learn about these lists and how to use them, see the Explanation page to the right.
In that explanation, you learn that it is normal for one direction of the market to be quite dominant over the other. That has never been more evident than now.
This is the normal Persistence UP list. It currently starts on 1/4, which is longer ago than I prefer. Since 1/4, these stocks have had great runs and many have pulled back far, or look completely broken. Some could lead if we start a strong leg up, but many won’t.
CATY CMA FITB FMBI KEY MI NYB RF STI WBS WL WTNY ZION LXK RVBD CVG NCR PRXL RCII CLS SANM APC BHI BJS KMP ME MMR NBL PVX PXP SII ACF AINV JEF BCR DVA HOLX KCI LNCR RMD UNH WLP AON AXS GNW MBI DRI EAT JACK CMI DHI KBH LEN BPO NLY AAP ROST SVU WFMI CIEN TLAB LCC
Below is a re-formulation (published earlier today on twitter) that starts on 1/29, which is a more recent pivot for SOME stocks. However, quite a few stocks pivoted a few days after 1/29. Still, it’s a decent and useful list. Very likely, 1/29 will become the starting point for the normal Persistence UP list soon, but now it’s too early. When clicking through these, be sure to check earnings dates. Several of the large gaps were due to very positive earnings reactions. Some of those will persistent in this environment and some won’t.
AGU FMC GRA MOS POT DELL LXK NTAP STX ERTS CAR AFFX ALTR BRCM CREE CY FCS IRF NSM NVDA ONNN SWKS TXN VSH BEXP CPX MMR PWE RDC RRC XCO XEC LNCR MR STE RDN OTEX EAT HOT JACK CMI CLF KGC JOE AAP ANN CHS JNY WFMI ADCT CIEN PLCM AMR LCC UAUA
BRCD NUAN IRM KBR RRD TTEK WU AFFX HAL ROSE SPN WFT IVZ JNS LAZ BSX CVH THC AGO RAX SINA BYI LVS PENN JOYG TEX X FWLT VMC CENX EGO FCX HSC NUE PCX SSRI SWC TIE AMB CLI DRE REG WRI AES