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Finding tomorrows winners among several thousands of stocks is a daunting task, especially for traders that combine chart pattern with fundamental analysis.

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Institutions move stocks based on strong fundamentals and chart pattern setup. With our stock scanner, you can filter out weak companies, only browse strong stock charts and spot winning stocks before they move up.

We are helping swing and day traders who are active in the markets and believe that a combination of fundamental company performance statistics paired with strong chart pattern that have a solid base are the best recipe for success.

Get started by reading our quick intro with essential steps on how to trade stocks, two steps on how to pick stocks and if you're new to chart patterns, Chartpattern Explained gets you up to speed to become an expert breakout trader.

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Qualcomm in talks to buy NXP Semiconductors: WSJ

A Qualcomm company bus used to transport employees among its many buildings is shown in San Diego, California(Reuters) - Chipmaker Qualcomm Inc is in talks to buy NXP Semiconductors NV in a deal that could be valued aThu 11:08am   (Reuters) - Chipmaker Qualcomm Inc is in talks to buy NXP Semiconductors NV in a deal that could be valued at more than $30 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported. Netherlands-based NXP and San Diego-based Qualcomm said separately that they did not comment on rumors or speculation. NXP shares rose as much as 19.3 percent to $98.09 in afternoon trading on Thursday, while Qualcomm's rose as much as 8.5 percent to $68.83.

Wall Street dragged down by Apple, health stocks

Traders work on the floor of the NYSEWall Street was lower in choppy trading late Thursday morning after two straighThu 10:43am   Wall Street was lower in choppy trading late Thursday morning after two straight days of gains, pulled lower by Apple and healthcare stocks. The S&P healthcare index dropped 1.04 percent as shares of Merck and Johnson & Johnson booked losses. Apple fell 1.23 percent after Barclays cut its price target.

Stock markets diverge, weighing oil output deal

Energy firm PetroChina's stock on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange rose more than three percent on news that the OPEC cartel had agreed to cut productionAsian and European stocks mostly rallied Thursday but failed to provide momentum to Wall StrThu 9:59am   Asian and European stocks mostly rallied Thursday but failed to provide momentum to Wall Street which edged lower as traders weighed OPEC's surprise deal to limit oil output.

'Sell in May and go away'? Not this year, as stocks power ahead ...

People are reflected in a display showing market indices outside a brokerage in Tokyo(This September 28th story corrects Robeco Investment Solution's assets under management andThu 8:15am   (This September 28th story corrects Robeco Investment Solution's assets under management and company structure in paragraph 15) By Jamie McGeever LONDON (Reuters) - Investors following the stock market maxim "Sell in May and go away" will be ruing that decision this year, after emerging market, Japanese and euro zone equities emerged as the biggest winners in the third quarter. There are signs that the coming quarters may not be as robust, but for the third, the prospect of central banks keeping the stimulus taps open for longer following Britain's shock decision in June to leave the European Union boosted investors' risk appetite and demand for higher-yielding assets like stocks. A Reuters graphic -- http://reut.rs/2doKMRd -- tracking 23 markets across all geographical regions and asset classes shows the divergence between stocks, which were the best performers, and sterling and commodities, which were the worst.

Saudi rebounds on OPEC deal but ends week with big loss

Thu 7:30am   * Saudi petrochemicals lead gains * U.S. Congress vote on suing Saudi has little impact * But some analysts see long-term problem * UAE markets follow global bourses higher * Egypt's Orascom Construction rises on buy-back price By Celine Aswad and Andrew Torchia DUBAI, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's stock market rebounded on Thursday on the back of petrochemical shares, which rallied in response to OPEC's deal to restrain oil output, but the bourse posted a big weekly loss because of government austerity measures. ...

PepsiCo's drinks, snacks boost sales in North America

FILE - In this Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016, file photo, a Pepsi truck delivers products to vendors at the Illinois State Fair in Springfield, Ill. PepsiCo reports financial results Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman, File)PURCHASE, N.Y. (AP) — PepsiCo sold more of its beverages and Frito-Lay snacksThu 7:12am   PURCHASE, N.Y. (AP) — PepsiCo sold more of its beverages and Frito-Lay snacks in North America during the third quarter, helping it deliver a profit that beat Wall Street expectations.

Oil shares lift global stocks, crude dips on doubt over OPEC deal ...

A pedestrian stands to look at an electronic board showing the stock market indices of various countries outside a brokerage in TokyoBy Nigel Stephenson LONDON (Reuters) - An agreement by OPEC members to curb output boosted oil company shThu 6:53am   By Nigel Stephenson LONDON (Reuters) - An agreement by OPEC members to curb output boosted oil company shares on Thursday, lifted the currencies of crude-producing countries, and drove yields on low-risk government debt higher. Global stocks were pulled higher by the oil company rally, although Wall Street, which rose on Wednesday after the agreement was struck, looked set to open flat. Crude prices fell after Wednesday's near 6 percent surge as investors questioned whether OPEC's first deal to limit output since 2008 would restore balance to the oversupplied oil market.

Wall Street set to open slightly lower

Thu 6:08am   U.S. stocks looked set to open slightly lower as oil prices lost ground and investors assessed a set of economic data ahead of Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's speech. An agreement among major oil producing countries to curb output resulted in a near 6 percent surge in Brent crude prices on Wednesday, but investors were worried about a lack of clarity on details of the deal. U.S. economic growth was less sluggish than previously thought in the second quarter as gross domestic product expanded at a 1.4 percent annual rate, compared with the prior estimate of 1.1 percent rise.

South Africa's political uncertainty, reform of state firms a ...

A view shows the Standard & Poor's building in New York's financial districtThe slow reform of South Africa's state-owned firms and the upheaval swirling around the finance minister pose rThu 5:59am   The slow reform of South Africa's state-owned firms and the upheaval swirling around the finance minister pose risks to the country's investment grade credit rating, an executive from Standard & Poor's said on Thursday. "We have said before that we take comfort from the targets set by the National Treasury. S&P's analysts left South Africa's BBB- rating on a 'negative' outlook in June.

TI Fluid Systems looks to raise 600 million euros in London debut ...

Thu 5:33am   Auto parts maker TI Fluid Systems said it expected to raise about 600 million euros (£517.99 million) in an initial public offering in London, signalling a return of IPOs that were put on the back burner because of Britain's vote to leave the European Union. TI Fluid's stock market listing faced a delay due to volatility triggered by the leave vote, Reuters reported in July, citing people familiar with the matter. Spain's Telefonica is also looking to list about 30 percent of its British mobile unit, O2, in what would be one of the biggest IPOs in London this year, sources told Reuters this month.

Oil shares lift global stocks, crude dips on doubt over OPEC deal ...

Thu 5:23am   An agreement by OPEC members to curb output boosted oil company shares on Thursday, lifted the currencies of crude-producing countries, and drove yields on low-risk government debt higher. Global stocks were pulled higher by the oil company rally, although Wall Street, which rose on Wednesday after the agreement was struck, looked set to open flat. Crude prices fell after Wednesday's near 6 percent surge as investors questioned whether OPEC's first deal to limit output since 2008 would restore balance to the oversupplied oil market.

India's FX, stock markets to stabilise within days - govt official ...

A man watches television inside his currency exchange shop in New DelhiIndia's rupee and stock markets will stabilise in a few days, Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta DThu 4:30am   India's rupee and stock markets will stabilise in a few days, Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das said on Thursday, following a sharp fall in the markets after India launched attacks on suspected militants. "The markets including the currency markets, the stock market they will stabilise in a matter of a very very few days," Das told reporters. Indian shares on Thursday posted their biggest decline since the Brexit vote in June, after India said it had conducted "surgical strikes" on suspected militants preparing to infiltrate from Pakistan-ruled Kashmir.

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