3 Weeks Tight - Introduction
3 weeks tight is a bullish continuation pattern discovered by IBD's founder, William O'Neil.
The pattern can used as an opportunity to add to an existing position as it often occurs after a breakout above a cup with handle or other technical pattern.
The 3 weeks tight pattern forms when a stock closes within approximately 1% to 1.5%...
I just adapted a little utility script to visualise EPS % increase (quarters vs Year -1) and sales.
I used the code from @ARUN_SAXENA and modified it to fix what I saw as issues.
(Using base 3M instead of 1M +
request.earnings(syminfo.tickerid, earnings.actual, ignore_invalid_symbol=true)
This script automatically flags distribution days. Distribution days are defined as any day that is down -0.2% or greater on heavier volume than the previous day. Distribution days are counted on the major indexes (S&P 500, NASDAQ, NYSE, etc...) within the CANSLIM methodology.
This script shows Pocket Pivots, up-days with higher volume than the last 9 down-days, directly on the chart below current and historic candles. Pocket pivots can be used to find early entry points within a base since it marks institutional buying. Pocket pivots are marked as black dots below the candle for easier identification.
The script is largely based on...