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This is by far, one of my favorite stock screens that I run. I have probably found more winning stocks (and big % ones at that) off of this screen, than any other one that I run. These stocks make it a habit to trade on their own merits and not that of the market itself. They are often overlooked, but to those who invest their capital in these stocks, the returns that the investors receive are very rewarding. So if you've been scratching your head recently as to what stocks you should be trading, then the stocks below are probably just what the doctor ordered. However, I do not recommend you going out and buying each and everyone of the stocks listed. Instead put each of these stocks in a watch-list and wait for a minor pull-back to a significant support-level.

The ones you have to pay closest attention to is MetroPCS Communications (PCS) which has been on just an unbelievable tear lately, and is a stock that I've traded a couple of times this year with a respectable amount of success. The stock is consolidating nicely at its highs and makes for a very nice breakout play. The other one is Cooper Companies (COO) which has formed a nice base of late after reaching 52-week highs. Like PCS, I think COO is prime for another significant move higher.

Here are 11 Stocks That Only Go Up.

                       

ryan1Ryan (@shareplanner) specializes in swing trading strategies and is the founder of SharePlanner which he created to help and teach others on how to trade stocks better using multiple approaches and time frames. Each day you can count on Ryan to provide his trading advice as well as transparency in every trade that he makes. Ryan Mallory resides in Central Florida with a wife of seven years as well as one lively son. More >>

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