SYS Research – Weekend Report – March 2, 2024

Notice: The weekend report is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended as a stock-picking service. The charts and information provided are intended to aid research and analysis and should only be used as indicators. They should not be considered as a direct trigger to buy or sell any security. The creator assumes no responsibility for any actions readers take and strongly advises each individual to fully understand the risks and potential consequences before making any investment decisions. Please note that the charts shared are not intended as signals to buy or sell but as a tool to add to your watchlist and analyze according to your trading ability. Remember that not all charts will result in buy or sell actions at any time.

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SYS Daily Report – Weekend Edition

Nasdaq Hits Record High Amid Broader Market Breadth Expansion

Throughout my career, I’ve observed a recurring pattern: when the market is in a downtrend, pundits compete to be the first to call a bottom. Conversely, as soon as the market shifts to an uptrend, the same pundits engage in battles over who can accurately predict the top. I’ve found it challenging for them to simply accept the prevailing trend.

The truth is, entering the best setups with proper position sizing and a stop-loss to define risk eliminates the need to predict a market top. This approach allows one to adhere to trend-following system rules, and if a top does occur, the stop-loss smoothly transitions the position into cash. Let the best setups guide you into the market, rather than relying on pundits who consistently attempt to predict index movements.

When pundits persistently convince people that a market top is imminent, it not only sidelines investors but also causes them to miss out on potential gains. This tendency is partly due to biases. Holding a biased belief that a top is imminent distracts individuals from discerning the actual market dynamics, as they are fixated on the conviction that a market crash is inevitable.

In a recent example, individuals attempted to persuade the world that the market couldn’t ascend further due to concerns about breadth. However, this narrow perspective prevented them from recognizing that breadth was, in fact, expanding, as their biases acted like blinders, limiting their ability to perceive the broader market reality.

The Red-Light/Green-Light Breadth System

Despite the persistent influence of biases and the ongoing battle among pundits to predict market turns, staying focused on the objective market reality is crucial. Now, turning our attention to the broader market landscape and potential concerns, let’s delve into discussions about market bubbles.

On Friday, the stock market extended its winning streak, propelled by Nvidia reaching new heights and the S&P 500 securing its 15th record high of the year. Notably, the Nasdaq began to break out to a record high, aligning with our suggestion from last week. This breakout defied distractions from pundits fixated on the “magnificent 7” and predicting a market top due to narrow breadth—a viewpoint that caused them to overlook the rally since the 2022 lows.

As highlighted in last weekend’s report, breadth wasn’t as narrow as initially suggested; in fact, it was expanding, hinting at an imminent breakout in the Nasdaq. This trend persisted throughout the week, with the scanner results offering valuable insights into the underlying dynamics. While breadth indicators have their place, they often serve as distractions for those who rely on textbook knowledge rather than observing real-time market developments. The scanner results consistently revealed a much stronger breadth than the pundits would have us believe about the “magnificent 7.”

When analyzing the previous week’s performance (what worked last week) reveals a notable trend: the only sectors experiencing declines were those traditionally considered defensive. In a bullish market, the desired outcome is for sideline capital to actively chase performance, creating a scenario where defensive sectors are less appealing. This indicates an investor preference for growth and showcases robust performance across all offensive sectors. The broader engagement with these sectors surpasses expectations, highlighting the market’s extensive breadth and reinforcing the prevailing momentum toward favorable opportunities.

What Worked Last Week

All three major indexes showed positive movement, kicking off March on a high note following four consecutive monthly gains. The Dow Jones Industrial Average saw a 0.23% rise, equivalent to a gain of 91 points, while the S&P 500 experienced a more significant uptick of 0.8%. Spearheaded by semiconductor firms, the tech-centric Nasdaq Composite outpaced the others with a notable 1.14% climb, establishing a new record high.

Dow Jones Industrial Average – Daily Chart

S&P 500 – Daily Chart

Nasdaq – Daily Chart

The current state of the stock market has sparked discussions about heightened valuations, propelled by a substantial and swift uptrend in stock prices that has fostered increased investor enthusiasm. Predictably, concerns regarding market bubbles are widespread. However, it’s crucial to emphasize that many typical indicators associated with a bubble are currently absent.

The question inevitably arises: Is it a bubble? While there’s no singular definition of a market bubble, I personally view it as involving speculative mania. It manifests when buyers collectively shift from evaluating future profit potential to purchasing something they acknowledge as unreasonably expensive—or simply disregard the price altogether—expecting a subsequent buyer (the “greater fool”) to acquire it at an even higher price. Granted, there are some signs of crowd frenzy in certain AI stocks, but it has not permeated the entire market.

In comparison to the post-pandemic fervor observed in meme stocks, profitless tech, SPACs, and crypto, or the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s, the current scenario appears relatively subdued. Measures of investor sentiment indicate positivity, yet they do not reflect the extremes witnessed in past bubbles.

Crucially, there’s no flood of capital inundating the market, leverage isn’t being harnessed to amplify investments, and companies aren’t emerging solely to tap into a surge of speculative cash. Despite the potential overvaluation of stocks and the optimistic outlook held by investors, these factors alone don’t qualify the current state as a bubble. Admittedly, stocks have experienced a significant upturn, but such upward movements often follow substantial declines. The recent achievement of a new high by the Nasdaq is noteworthy, as it has only recently surpassed its 2021 year-end level, following a preceding 36% decline. This historical pattern tends to manifest after significant price drops, reminiscent of the mid-1970s, early 1980s, 1990, 2001, and the financial crisis of 2008-2009—albeit with more substantial gains than those witnessed in the current market scenario.

The small-cap Russell 2000 surged by 3%, just topping December’s 22-month high as the price action breaks out from the technical pattern we’ve been charting. This chart also illustrates that if major indexes are becoming extended, there are other potential areas in the market for money to rotate into while others stay distracted. Does this chart look like a bubble?

Russell 2000 (ETF) – Weekly Chart

Benchmark 10-year Treasury yields declined on Friday following reports of weaker-than-expected U.S. manufacturing activity, consumer sentiment, and construction spending. The benchmark ultimately settled at 4.180%, adding fuel to the market rally.

10-Year US Treasury Yield

On Friday, the dollar declined against the euro due to weaker-than-expected U.S. economic data. However, it gained ground against the Japanese yen following remarks from Bank of Japan (BOJ) governor Kazuo Ueda, who emphasized that it was premature to declare victory on inflation. The dollar has predominantly traded within a narrow range, flagging below recent resistance. The market seems to be closely monitoring economic data for indicators to shed light on when the U.S. Federal Reserve might initiate interest rate cuts.

US Dollar – Weekly Chart

Energy investors enjoyed a solid finish to the week as the Slack Workspace lit up with excitement, with benchmark U.S. crude rising by 4.55% to $79.97 a barrel on Friday, breaking out from the pattern we’ve been highlighting. This upward movement aligns with the seasonal uptick as the summer driving season approaches. Consequently, shares in oil-and-gas producers, refiners, drillers, and tanker operators all experienced positive trends. Notably, both the XLE and OIH energy ETFs are highlighted in our daily setups. Monitoring the scanner results and daily setups is essential, as many of our Canadian energy-related selections, featured recently, saw accelerated gains on Friday. A prime example is CEU.TO, which surged nearly 12% on the same day.

Crude Oil – Weekly Chart

The TSX composite index is extending its breakout from the recent trading range, surging by 188.74 points, or 0.88%, to reach 21,552.35—its highest closing level since April 2022. Over the week, the index showed a 0.65% increase, reaching a nearly two-year high on Friday. The positive performance of resource and technology shares primarily drove these gains.

TSX – Weekly Chart

The price of gold initiated the month on a positive note, reaching a two-month high as the price action began to break out from its multi-year base—the pattern we’ve been highlighting. Monitoring the daily setups is crucial, mainly as the GLD ETF is featured this weekend. Many gold-related names are currently set up in bottoming pattern formations, yet to give a definitive signal. It’s suggested that you closely monitor your favorite gold-related names; one such chart we’ve consistently highlighted is WDO.TO (WDOFF).

Gold – Weekly Chart

The price of copper remains in a consolidation phase below its trigger line. Keep a close watch next week to observe if the price action can gather momentum, particularly as numerous copper producers have been appearing in the scanner results. ERO.TO, one of the stocks we’ve been featuring, started to show signs of breaking out by the end of the week.

Copper – Weekly Chart

The uranium sector exhibited a strong rebound from a support line on Friday. Presently, the price action is positioned below a resistance level. Keep a close eye next week to determine if the price action can sustain its momentum and break out above the resistance level.

Uranium – Global X Uranium ETF

The price of Bitcoin accelerated from the flag pattern highlighted in last weekend’s report. Our goal was to monitor for a breakout as the price action approached the 20-day moving average. Currently, the price action is consolidating below its recent high, coinciding with OTC exchanges running out of available bitcoin. It’s crucial to note that there will be fewer than 21 million bitcoins ever, all recorded on a blockchain that undergoes continuous auditing, providing transparency unlike other assets susceptible to manipulation through misinformation or emotional tactics. Be vigilant for any potential upside breakout while judiciously managing downside risk in accordance with your own trading rules.

Bitcoin – Daily Chart

This market rally remains robust, with pundits attempting to dissuade participation. As highlighted in Thursday’s report, it’s crucial to reflect on the wisdom of renowned trader Ed Seykota, who aptly stated, ‘Win or lose, everybody gets what they want out of the market. Some people seem to like to lose, so they win by losing money.’ This insight sheds light on the psychological motivations of those persistently calling for a market top, causing both them and their followers to miss out on potential profits.

At this juncture, investors should be significantly invested, given that the indexes continue to maintain positions above their 21-exponential day moving averages in accordance with system rules. However, in recent weeks, the market has displayed a start-stop pattern, with intermittent pauses or brief pullbacks after running up for a few days. This behavior sometimes forms a bull flag continuation pattern above the moving averages. While this start-stop action has created buying opportunities, they are sometimes short-lived, and some setups have been subject to whipsaws.

Therefore, investors must exercise patience while remaining ready to act swiftly, seeking entry points as close to risk as possible that maximize returns while having a tight stop-loss. This necessitates thorough preparation, including reviewing scans, analyzing setups, and having a well-prepared watchlist. The “Today’s Setups” section provides numerous charts, with many more appearing in the scanner results. Enjoy exploring these setups.

US Daily Setups

AMZN – Amazon.com, Inc.

Amazon is breaking out from the recently highlighted consolidation period, reaching a new high. Monitor its ongoing price action for confirmation of this breakout and potential continuation of the upward trend.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/IsiJqgCn

 

APP – Applovin Corp.

Applovin is beginning to break out from an area of consolidation following its earnings gap. Monitor its current price action for potential confirmation of this breakout.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/fUJdBkXt

 

ARM – Arm Holdings Plc

Arm Holdings continues to consolidate near its recent highs. Keep a close watch for potential confirmation of the continuation of upside momentum.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/pVnPmmgg

 

BRP – BRP Group Inc

BRP Group attempts to break out to a 52-week high with robust volume, suggesting significant strength. Keep a close eye on the developments for potential confirmation of this breakout.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/FZMAkRqT

 

CAH – Cardinal Health, Inc.

Cardinal Health is breaking out from a multi-month consolidation area, reaching a new 52-week high with robust volume. Monitor its current performance for potential confirmation of this strong breakout.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/BNENkCJA

 

CMPR – Cimpress NV

Cimpress continues to experience robust volume as its price action pushes higher. Keep a close eye on the ongoing developments.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/HYHWYFSg

 

DKNG – DraftKings Inc

DraftKings is attempting to trend higher from a bull flag continuation pattern. Keep a close watch on its price action for potential confirmation of the upward trend.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/hSwFYVyH

 

GLD – SPDR Gold Shares

The SPDR Gold Shares ETF appears to be attempting a breakout, with increased volume supporting the move. Keep a close eye on the ongoing price action for potential confirmation of this development.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/YZzjyNup

 

IOT – Samsara Inc.

Samsara is setting up near the apex of a multi-month consolidation pattern situated below its 52-week high. Monitor this consolidation closely for potential breakout signals.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/yzzwbnWu

 

KKR – KKR & Co Inc

KKR is attempting to break out from a recent area of consolidation. Keep a close eye on its price action for potential confirmation of this breakout.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/MHZvYNyN

 

KSPI – Kaspi.kz JSC

Kaspi appears to be setting up below its all-time high. Monitor closely for any signs of continued upside strength.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/FVyKhhfc

 

MARA – Marathon Digital Holdings Inc

Marathon Digital pulled back following an earnings report to retest an area of support. Monitor to see if this level can hold and observe for potential continuation of the uptrend, contingent on the higher price of Bitcoin.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/bPwCMsrG

 

META – Meta Platforms, Inc.

Meta is reaching new highs from its area of consolidation following an earnings gap. Monitor its current performance for potential insights into the ongoing trend, considering the impact of the recent earnings report.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/rQfMJcFu

 

MNDY – Monday.com Ltd.

Monday.com is currently breaking out from the recently highlighted area of consolidation. Keep a close eye on its price action for confirmation and potential insights into the continuation of this breakout.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/xsgepquE

 

MSFT – Microsoft Corp.

Microsoft appears poised to continue its uptrend as the price hints at a potential breakout from a continuation pattern. Monitor closely for confirmation of this setup.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/YuFEUyuV

 

NET – Cloudflare Inc.

Cloudflare appears to be tightly coiled near the apex of a bullish pennant continuation pattern. Keep a close watch for potential breakout signals as the pattern develops.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/kyKdhctp

 

NFLX – Netflix, Inc.

Netflix continues to trend higher as its price action breaks out from the recently highlighted flagging pattern. Keep monitoring for further developments in this upward trend.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/eJYxEJqn

 

NU – Nu Holdings Ltd.

The Nu Holdings setup remains robust as its price touches another 52-week high, indicating ongoing strength. Keep a close eye on the developments in this trend.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/ESyAcXPH

 

NVDA – NVIDIA Corp.

Nvidia defies concerns of a market crash, reaching another new all-time closing high. Monitor its performance closely for insights into its resilience amid broader market sentiments.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/sJHxvtQF

 

NVO – Novo Nordisk A S

Novo Nordisk appears to be consolidating in the form of a continuation pattern. Keep a close watch for any signs of a potential breakout as the pattern evolves.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/IRYTKpiX

 

OIH – VanEck Vectors Oil Services ETF

The VanEck Vectors Oil Services ETF is setting up for a potential falling channel breakout. Monitor its price action closely for confirmation of this pattern and potential upward movement.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/kbWaANBP

 

PLTR – Palantir Technologies, Inc.

Palantir appears to be trending higher from its bull flag continuation pattern. Keep a close eye on its price action for potential confirmation of this upward trend.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/HJpgzGsh

 

RCL – Royal Caribbean Cruises

Royal Caribbean Cruises appears to be setting up below its 52-week high. Monitor closely for any potential breakout signals in its price action.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/sbvKcjEI

 

SNPS – Synopsys, Inc.

Synopsys is attempting to extend its uptrend following a bullish retest of the recent breakout line. Keep an eye on its price action for potential confirmation of this upward movement.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/fKxReCKm

 

TDW – Tidewater, Inc.

Tidewater is breaking out from a significant multi-month consolidation pattern, signaling potential strength. Monitor its performance for further confirmation of this breakout.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/RFEHBHCt

 

TPG – TPG Inc.

TPG appears to be set up for a 52-week high breakout, supported by a robust volume profile. Keep a close eye on the developments for potential confirmation of this upward move.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/ekrtdJvf

 

TSM – Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg

Taiwan Semiconductor was a setup highlighted in the Slack workspace on Thursday, and on Friday, the price action started to break out from the bull flag pattern. Keep monitoring for potential continuation signals in the coming sessions.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/qqhjaUPw

 

URA – Global X Uranium ETF

The Global X Uranium ETF is pushing up against the underside of a significant trigger line. Take note of the major volume by price bars located on the left side of the chart. A price move above this line would be significant and potentially signify a continuation of the trend. Monitor closely for developments.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/ajpxSukr

 

WDOFF – Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd.

Wesdome Gold Mines continues to set up in the form of a bullish pennant continuation pattern. Keep a close eye on its price action for potential confirmation of this pattern and further developments.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/YRDgUhRR

 

WFRD – Weatherford International Plc

Weatherford International appears to be breaking out from a bull flag, testing the recent breakout line of the multi-month consolidation. Monitor its current performance closely for potential confirmation of this breakout.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/rpWQgxZp

 

XLE – Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund

The Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund ETF is now starting to push above another significant level of horizontal resistance. Monitor closely for potential confirmation of this move and any indications of sustained upward momentum.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/wjgdvMGi

 

Canadian Daily Setups

AFN.TO – Ag Growth International Inc.

Ag Growth is setting up near the apex of a significant multi-month consolidation triangle. Keep a close watch for any potential breakout signals as the pattern unfolds.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/pPfWBdxC

 

CXB.TO – Calibre Mining Corp.

Calibre Mining continues to break out from the previously highlighted continuation pattern. Monitor its ongoing performance for confirmation of this breakout and potential further upside.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/ekZnrMxf

 

DML.TO – Denison Mines Corp.

Denison Mines, the setup highlighted earlier this week, saw price action returning to test the support line. Notably, the price action began to break out on Friday above the trigger line. Monitor closely for any signs of upside strength, especially considering Friday’s movement observed in the uranium sector.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/hMXbuBug

 

DSG.TO – The Descartes Systems Group, Inc.

The Descartes Systems is attempting to break out from a bullish continuation pattern. Keep a close eye on its price action for potential confirmation of this upward move.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/DNeMztMg

 

EFX.TO – Enerflex Ltd.

Enerflex is breaking out from a bottoming pattern with robust volume, indicating potential strength in the upward movement. Keep a close watch on its ongoing performance for confirmation of this breakout.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/MtMknjnp

 

ERO.TO – Ero Copper Corporation

Ero Copper continues to break out from the recently highlighted bottom pattern. Monitor its ongoing performance for confirmation and potential further upside movement.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/iPKZgJhZ

 

FIL.TO – Filo Mining Corp.

Filo Mining continues to set up near the apex of a significant multi-consolidation/continuation triangle. Keep a close eye on its price action for potential breakout signals as the pattern develops.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/VsbRkAcy

 

GAU.TO – Galiano Gold Inc.

Galiano Gold has set up in the form of a continuation pattern. Monitor its price action for potential confirmation of this pattern and any indications of the ensuing trend.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/pcxAYXyE

 

GIB/A.TO – CGI Group, Inc.

CGI Group is returning to new highs from the recently highlighted continuation pattern. Keep closely monitoring its ongoing performance for confirmation and potential upward movement.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/uEpecCTf

 

MMED.NE – Mind Medicine Inc.

Mind Medicine is finally initiating a breakout from the significant multi-falling wedge pattern that has been highlighted. Keep a close eye on its price action for confirmation and potential continuation of this breakout.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/iqQrcBUy

 

PD.TO – Precision Drilling Corp.

Precision Drilling is setting up near the apex of a significant triangle pattern. Monitor closely for any signs of potential breakout signals as the pattern evolves.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/GyzqUVvg

 

SHLE.TO – Source Energy Services Ltd.

Source Energy Services is set up near its 52-week high.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/JXTWxdkT

 

TCW.TO – Trican Well Service Ltd.

Trican Well Service appears to be setting up off the 200-day moving average, aligning with positive momentum observed in the energy sector, particularly among service names. Monitor closely for potential confirmation and indications of continued upside momentum that could lead to a breakout.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/FvgPFFKK

 

TRUL.CA – Trulieve Cannabis Corp.

Trulieve Cannabis has set up in the form of a bullish flag continuation pattern. Keep a close watch on its price action for potential confirmation of this pattern and any signals of a continuation in the upward trend.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/eycJemEF

 

WDO.TO – Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd.

Wesdome Gold Mines is attempting to break out from its bullish pennant continuation pattern. Take note of the large volume by price bars on the left side of the chart, indicating significant consolidation throughout this pattern. Monitor closely for potential confirmation of the breakout.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/tPAxyARb

 

ZEB.TO – BMO S&P/TSX Equal Weight Banks Index ETF

The BMO S&P/TSX Equal Weight Banks Index ETF continues its breakout from the recently highlighted continuation pattern. Keep a close eye on its ongoing performance for confirmation and potential further upside movement.

LINK TO CHART – https://schrts.co/qPWygaDe

To bring our report to a close, we thank you for your engagement and insights. Your feedback is of great value, and we encourage you to share your recommendations. Stay attentive to the Daily Setups, the Workspace, and the Watchlists for emerging opportunities. Additionally, be sure to explore the scanner result PDFs provided below of Friday’s scan results. Until next time, happy trading!

US Scanner Results

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EXPORT – US Watchlist Scan – 2024-03-01

A, ABBNY, ABBV, ABNB, ACA, ACM, ACMR, ACN, ADBE, ADI, AEL, AEM, AEO, AGM, AIT, ALB, ALKS, ALPN, ALSN, ALTR, ALV, AM, AMAT, AMCR, AMD, AME, AMP, AMR, AMT, AMZN, ANET, ANF, ANSS, AOS, APA, APAM, APG, APH, APP, APPF, ARBK, ARCH, ARLO, ASML, ASND, ATEYY, ATKR, AVB, AVGO, AVY, AWI, AWK, AXON, AXP, AYI, AZEK, AZO, BAESY, BAH, BALL, BAM, BAND, BAX, BCC, BF/B, BITO, BITQ, BITW, BKNG, BKR, BLBD, BLD, BLDR, BLK, BLOK, BR, BRBR, BRKR, BRP, BRZE, BSX, BTU, BURL, BWXT, BX, BXP, C, CAMT, CAPL, CARR, CASY, CAT, CBRE, CBT, CBZ, CCEP, CCI, CCJ, CCL, CCS, CDNS, CDW, CE, CECO, CEG, CEIX, CF, CFG, CFLT, CHD, CHRD, CIEN, CIVI, CLBT, CLH, CLS, CLSK, CM, CMA, CMPR, CMS, CNM, CNO, CNX, COIN, COO, COOP, COP, COPX, COR, COST, CPA, CPB, CPRT, CPT, CR, CRL, CRM, CRS, CSGP, CSX, CTRA, CUBI, CUK, CVLT, CVNA, CW, CXT, CYBR, DAC, DASH, DB, DCI, DECK, DFS, DG, DHI, DHR, DHT, DIS, DKNG, DKS, DLB, DLO, DLR, DLTR, DNN, DOCN, DOCU, DOV, DRI, DSGX, DTM, DXCM, EA, EBAY, ECL, EDR, EDU, EG, EGO, EL, ELF, EME, ENLC, ENPH, ENTG, EPAM, EPD, EQIX, EQR, ERJ, ESS, ET, ETHE, ETN, EW, EXP, EXPD, EXR, FANG, FBIN, FDIG, FERG, FFIV, FI, FICO, FINMY, FITB, FIX, FLEX, FLS, FMC, FN, FOR, FOUR, FROG, FSLR, FSV, FTAI, FTI, FTNT, FTV, FWRG, GBTC, GBX, GCT, GDX, GDXJ, GE, GEHC, GEL, GEN, GEOS, GFF, GGG, GIB, GIFI, GLD, GLP, GLW, GM, GMS, GNE, GNTX, GPI, GRMN, GSK, GTLB, GVA, GWW, H, HAL, HCA, HCI, HD, HEES, HEI, HES, HESM, HII, HIVE, HLT, HLX, HMC, HMY, HOLI, HOOD, HOV, HPQ, HRI, HSIC, HST, HUBB, HUBS, HWM, IBKR, IBM, IBN, IBP, ICE, ICLR, IDCC, IDR, IDT, IDXX, IESC, IEX, IHI, IIPR, ILMN, IMO, INSW, INTC, INTU, INVH, IOT, IQV, IR, IREN, IRM, ISRG, IT, ITB, ITCI, ITGR, ITRI, ITT, IVZ, IWF, IWM, JBL, JCI, JELD, JHX, JNJ, JNPR, KB, KBH, KD, KEX, KEYS, KGC, KLAC, KMB, KMI, KMX, KNF, KNSL, KNTK, KRT, LAD, LAUR, LBRT, LEN, LH, LII, LIN, LLY, LMB, LNG, LNW, LOW, LRCX, LRN, LYB, LYV, LZB, MA, MAA, MAMA, MANH, MAR, MARA, MAS, MBC, MCHP, MCK, MCO, MEDP, MELI, META, METC, METV, MFC, MGRC, MHK, MHO, MKTX, MLM, MLR, MMYT, MNDY, MOD, MPC, MPLX, MPWR, MRNA, MRO, MS, MSCI, MSFT, MSI, MSOS, MSTR, MTD, MTDR, MTH, MTRN, MTSI, MU, MUSA, MYRG, NCNO, NDAQ, NDSN, NET, NEU, NFLX, NGS, NI, NICE, NLR, NMM, NOA, NOG, NOW, NR, NRG, NRP, NS, NSC, NTNX, NTRA, NTRS, NU, NVDA, NVMI, NVO, NVT, NX, NXE, NXPI, OC, ODD, ODFL, OIH, OKTA, OMC, OMI, ON, ONTO, ORCL, OSCR, OSG, OSIS, OTEX, OTIS, OXY, PAA, PATK, PAY, PBA, PBPB, PCAR, PCOR, PEGA, PFBC, PH, PHG, PHM, PIPR, PLAB, PLD, PLUS, PNC, PNR, POOL, POST, POWW, PPC, PR, PRCT, PRI, PRIM, PSN, PSTG, PSX, PTC, PXD, PYPL, QCOM, QQQ, QRVO, QSR, QTRX, RACE, RBA, RCL, RDNT, REGN, REPYY, REVG, RHI, RHP, RIOT, RMBS, ROAD, ROK, ROP, ROST, RRC, RSG, RSP, RTX, RUSHA, RYAN, SAIA, SAIC, SAP, SFM, SHAK, SHEL, SHW, SIL, SKM, SKT, SKX, SLB, SLV, SLX, SM, SMCI, SMH, SN, SNA, SNPS, SNX, SPG, SPOT, SPSC, SPY, SRUUF, SSD, SSNC, STEP, STER, STLA, STRL, STT, STX, STZ, SUM, SUN, SWAV, SWK, SWKS, SYK, T, TDG, TDW, TECH, TEL, TER, TFC, TGT, THC, TIPT, TKR, TM, TMHC, TMO, TMUS, TNP, TOL, TPG, TPH, TPX, TREX, TRGP, TRI, TRIP, TRMB, TRNS, TROW, TS, TSM, TSQ, TT, TTE, TTWO, TXN, TXRH, TYL, UBER, UBS, UDR, UEC, UFPT, UGP, UHS, ULTA, UPWK, URA, URBN, URG, URI, URNM, USAP, USO, VECO, VGT, VIST, VITL, VLO, VLTO, VMC, VNOM, VNT, VRNS, VRRM, VRT, VRTS, VRTX, VTOL, VTR, VVV, VZ, W, WAB, WABC, WAT, WBA, WDC, WDOFF, WELL, WES, WFRD, WGMI, WING, WIRE, WM, WMB, WMG, WOR, WSC, WSM, WSO, WTFC, WTS, WWD, WY, XHB, XLB, XLC, XLE, XLI, XLK, XLP, XLRE, XLV, XLY, XME, XOM, XOP, XRX, XYL, YPF, Z, ZBRA, ZG, ZWS

 

Canadian Scanner Results

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EXPORT – Canadian Scanner Results – 2024-03-01

AAV.TO, ACO/X.TO, AD/UN.TO, AEM.TO, AFN.TO, AGF/B.TO, AIDX.TO, AIF.TO, AKG.TO, AKT/A.TO, ALA.TO, ALS.TO, AMD.NE, AMZN.NE, AQN.TO, ARE.TO, ARG.TO, ARIS.TO, ARTG.V, ARX.TO, ATH.TO, ATRL.TO, ATX.V, AVGO.NE, AYA.TO, BAM.TO, BAM/A.TO, BDT.TO, BEI/UN.TO, BEP/UN.TO, BEPC.TO, BHC.TO, BIP/UN.TO, BK.TO, BN.TO, BNE.TO, BPF/UN.TO, BRAG.TO, BTB/UN.TO, BTO.TO, CAE.TO, CCA.TO, CCL/B.TO, CCO.TO, CEF.TO, CEU.TO, CF.TO, CFP.TO, CFW.TO, CFX.TO, CG.TO, CGG.TO, CGO.TO, CGX.TO, CHP/UN.TO, CIA.TO, CIX.TO, CJ.TO, CLS.TO, CM.TO, CNC.V, CNQ.TO, CNR.TO, COST.NE, CP.TO, CPG.TO, CPX.TO, CRM.NE, CSH/UN.TO, CSU.TO, CU.TO, CVE.TO, CVO.TO, CXB.TO, DBM.TO, DCM.TO, DFN/PA.TO, DGS.TO, DHT/UN.TO, DML.TO, DPM.TO, DRDR.TO, DSG.TO, DXT.TO, EDR.TO, EDV.TO, EFN.TO, EFX.TO, EIF.TO, EIT/UN.TO, ELD.TO, EMA.TO, EMX.V, ENB.TO, ENGH.TO, ENS.TO, EQ.V, EQX.TO, ERO.TO, ESI.TO, ETG.TO, ETHH.TO, ETL.V, EXE.TO, FDR.V, FFH.TO, FFN.TO, FIL.TO, FN.TO, FNV.TO, FOM.TO, FR.TO, FRU.TO, FSV.TO, FSZ.TO, FTN.TO, FVI.TO, GAME.V, GAU.TO, GCL.TO, GDV.TO, GEI.TO, GIB/A.TO, GLO.TO, GMIN.TO, GPAC.V, GRA.TO, GRID.TO, GRT/UN.TO, GSY.TO, GTE.TO, GTII.CA, GUD.TO, GWO.TO, H.TO, HAI.TO, HBM.TO, HD.NE, HPS/A.TO, HTL.TO, HWX.TO, IAU.TO, IFC.TO, III.TO, IIP/UN.TO, ILLM.TO, IMG.TO, IMO.TO, INTC.NE, IPCO.TO, IPO.TO, ISO.V, JAG.TO, JOY.TO, JUSH.CA, K.TO, KEY.TO, KMP/UN.TO, KNT.TO, KPT.TO, KRR.TO, L.TO, LAC.TO, LB.TO, LLY.NE, LUG.TO, MAG.TO, MARI.TO, MATR.TO, MDA.TO, MEEC.V, MFC.TO, MI/UN.TO, MMED.NE, MSFT.NE, MTA.V, MUX.TO, MVRS.NE, NA.TO, NANO.TO, NFG.V, NFLX.NE, NGD.TO, NNRG.NE, NOA.TO, NOVC.TO, NUAG.TO, NVDA.NE, NWC.TO, NXE.TO, OBE.TO, OGC.TO, OGI.TO, OLA.TO, ONEX.TO, OR.TO, OTEX.TO, OVV.TO, PAAS.TO, PD.TO, PEY.TO, PG.NE, PHX.TO, PHYS.TO, PMET.TO, PMZ/UN.TO, PPL.TO, PPTA.TO, PRB.TO, PRQ.TO, PRU.TO, PRYM.TO, PSK.TO, PSLV.TO, QBR/B.TO, RBA.TO, RECO.V, REI/UN.TO, RUS.TO, SEA.TO, SGD.V, SGY.TO, SHLE.TO, SIA.TO, SIL.TO, SIS.TO, SLF.TO, SLS.TO, SOIL.TO, SU.TO, SVM.TO, TCS.TO, TCW.TO, TECK/B.TO, TER.CA, TF.TO, TFII.TO, TFPM.TO, TNZ.TO, TOI.V, TOU.TO, TPZ.TO, TRI.TO, TRP.TO, TRUL.CA, TSND.TO, TVE.TO, TXG.TO, U/UN.TO, URE.TO, VET.TO, VGCX.TO, VNP.TO, WCP.TO, WDO.TO, WELL.TO, WFG.TO, WIFI.CA, WSP.TO, YGR.TO, ZZZ.TO

 

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