by CI Staff
Americanbulls.com is a website designed to help traders analyze stocks. When you first arrive at the website, you will see a chart pattern that is considered one of the “recommended shares.” (Other recommended shares are listed in a box on the left, and you can click on a ticker to bring a stock's chart up.) Below the chart is a brief description of the pattern along with an argument for why the stock may be a good buy.
Underneath the recommended share chart is a table called “watch recommended stocks.” There are roughly 20 stock recommendations dating back for a month. It shows different color-coded signals to buy, sell, stay long or stay in cash. If you click on the ticker of any given company, you will be brought to another page that shows a candlestick pattern chart. If there is a pattern, the website describes why it takes its particular shape; if there isn’t a pattern, the site tells you why and briefly explains what the chart is showing. Along the left-hand side of the page, you will see a signal update description. This simply describes what the latest recommendation was and what the stock has done since the recommendation was issued. Also along the left-hand side is a market outlook for the stock, and the right-hand side of the page displays the stock’s signal history.
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