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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.

Chartscan is a tool that makes this task a lot easier to filter stocks with good fundamentals and then to enable quick scanning of the resulting stocks chart pattern.

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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Strong truck, SUV demand helped Ford, GM raise prices in June ...

A worker walks behind a logo of General Motors after the announcement of the closing of the Opel assembly plant in AntwerpBy Bernie Woodall DETROIT (Reuters) - Strong demand for sport utility vehicles and trucks in June heWed 1:06pm   By Bernie Woodall DETROIT (Reuters) - Strong demand for sport utility vehicles and trucks in June helped General Motors Co and Ford Motor Co offset slowing demand for sedans by allowing them to raise prices on their trucks. GM and Ford said on Wednesday increases in the average transaction prices for their vehicles, particularly trucks and SUVs, outpaced sales volume growth that fell short of Wall Street expectations. Ford, for example, said prices for its F-series trucks rose 8 percent, or $3,600 (2,307 pounds), while sales volume for the pickup truck line dropped 8.9 percent in June.

Wall Street higher on Greece hopes, strong U.S. data

A street sign for Wall Street hangs in front of the New York Stock ExchangeU.S. stocks rose on Wednesday after Greece's prime minister signaled he was prepared to accept mWed 8:41am   U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday after Greece's prime minister signaled he was prepared to accept most of creditors' bailout terms and a raft of U.S. data pointed to a stronger economy. Adding to the positive tone, financial stocks rallied after Swiss insurance giant ACE snagged a deal to buy upmarket property insurer Chubb for $28.3 billion. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras made his new offer a day after the country became the first advanced nation to default on an IMF loan.

Slow start after Saudis open stock market to foreigners - U.S. ...

Wed 8:29am   One week after Saudi Arabia opened its stock market to direct foreign investment, U.S. mutual fund managers say they are interested but not rushing to invest in the Middle East's biggest economy. Foreign fund inflows are slower than initially expected, in part because U.S. fund companies like Fidelity and Harding Loevner are digesting numerous regulations set forth by the Saudi Capital Market Authority (CMA) for participation in the $575 billion market. "Investors are in the learn and plan stage, not the invest stage yet and the message is that the opening up is more of an evolution than a revolution," said Adam Kutas, manager of Fidelity's Emerging Europe, Middle East, Africa fund.

Buyout Firms Gatecrash £6bn Worldpay Float

Buyout Firms Gatecrash £6bn Worldpay FloatA pack of giant investment firms are examining takeover bids for Worldpay, the UK-Wed 8:27am   A pack of giant investment firms are examining takeover bids for Worldpay, the UK-based payment processing group which is drawing up plans for a stock market listing valuing it at £6bn. Sky News has learnt that private equity groups including Blackstone (NYSE: BX - news) , CVC (Taiwan OTC: 4744.TWO - news) and Hellman & Friedman (H&F) are in talks with Worldpay's owners about making offers that could derail a public listing. CVC is understood to be working with a major Canadian pension fund - said to be the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board - while H&F is discussing a joint bid with Singapore's Government Investment Corporation, according to insiders.

S&P moves Sharp back out of 'selective default'

Standard & Poor's moves Japanese electronics maker Sharp back out of "selective default"Ratings agency Standard & Poor's on Wednesday moved Japanese electronics mWed 6:30am   Ratings agency Standard & Poor's on Wednesday moved Japanese electronics maker Sharp back out of "selective default", just a day after lowering its assessment of the troubled company. The temporary move into selective default (SD) came Tuesday after Sharp announced that it was issuing preferred securities to its main lenders, instead of repaying loans that were due. "We lowered the long- and short-term corporate credit ratings to 'SD' because Sharp carried out a de facto debt-for-equity swap," S&P said in a statement.

Why the gov't let many trade schools become diploma mills

Wed 6:19am   WASHINGTON (AP) — How did trade schools go from being mom-and-pop shops that trained mechanics and hair stylists to making billions on Wall Street? And if the industry is as predatory as the Education Department and many lawmakers suggest, why didn't they stop it?

4 Shares To Buy On Market Dips: GlaxoSmithKline plc, SABMiller ...

Wed 5:12am   A weak stock market could put quality firms on sale, such as GlaxoSmithKline plc (LON: GSK), SABMiller plc (LON: SAB), Dignity Plc (LON: DTY) and Britvic Plc (LON: BVIC)

Greece crisis: Here's why you should not dump your stocks yet ...

Wed 3:38am   Atlanta, July 1 (ANI): If you had been planning on dumping your stocks then you must give it another thought as a new analysis of the last 70 years of market shocks, including the 2010 Flash Crash and 9/11 terror attacks, has revealed that the U.S. stock market has faced these crises with great resilience and bounced back within a matter of days. According to an S&P Capital IQ analysis, it took the stock market a median of just eight days to bottom out after a shock in the past, reported the CNN. Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at S&P Capital IQ, in a note to the clients said history had shown that prior market shocks had proven to be better opportunities to buy than bail.

China June factory, services surveys fuel hopes economy leveling ...

Employees work at a walling material factory in JiaozuoActivity in China's factory sector expanded slightly in June though not as much as expected, while growWed 3:30am   Activity in China's factory sector expanded slightly in June though not as much as expected, while growth in the services sector sped up, official surveys showed, offering some signs that the world's second-largest economy may be starting to slowly level out after a raft of support measures. Beijing has rolled out a flurry of steps since last year, including interest rate cuts and more infrastructure spending, but analysts remain wary about the outlook given the still-weak property market, erratic global demand for China's exports and fears of a collapse in its wild stock market.

Global Fashion raises 150 million euros, valuing it at 3.1 billion ...

Wed 2:38am   By Eric Auchard FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Global Fashion Group, the e-commerce firm backed by Kinnevik and Rocket Internet, has raised 150 million euros ($166.52 million) in funding, valuing the possible stock market flotation candidate at 3.1 billion euros ($3.45 billion). The financing round in Global Fashion Group, or GFG, was led by Swedish investor Kinnevik and Germany's Rocket Internet, each of which will have slightly reduced ownership stakes as a result of increased investments by other, unnamed parties. Its investors have signaled GFG is a candidate for a future initial public offering, although no time frame has been set.

China and Japan show hints of healing, rest of Asia still struggling ...

File photo of pedestrians casting their shadows on a wall at a construction site in BeijingBy Ian Chua SYDNEY (Reuters) - Growth in China's services sector picked up in June while big JapWed 12:52am   By Ian Chua SYDNEY (Reuters) - Growth in China's services sector picked up in June while big Japanese companies planned to ramp up spending at the fastest pace in a decade, offering hope that prospects are improving for Asia's largest economies despite sluggish factory growth. Wednesday's data fueled expectations that the wobbly global economy may start leveling out in the second half of the year, but the outlook remains murky, with fears that Greece's debt crisis could splinter the euro zone and worries about whether China can avoid a stock market crash keeping investors on edge. Activity in China's factory sector expanded slightly in June though not as much as expected, official surveys showed, suggesting the economy may be starting to slowly level out after a raft of support measures including interest rate cuts and more infrastructure spending.

Infibeam files for IPO in first ecommerce listing

Wed 12:19am   REUTERS - Indian e-retailer Infibeam filed a draft prospectus for an initial public offering (IPO) to raise 4.5 billion rupees ($70.69 million), becoming the first of India's ecommerce companies to list its shares on the domestic market. Infibeam's IPO comes at a time of intense competition in India's e-commerce sector, with high cash burn rates at industry leaders Flipkart, Snapdeal and Amazon.com's India unit raising concerns among investors. A top Flipkart executive told Reuters in May it was not yet ready for the stock market and the resulting investor scrutiny. ...

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