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       Some of our algorithms focus on persistent strength (we have one for individual stocks and one for ETFs), some detect moving average crossovers (one for stocks and another for ETFs), one finds Bollinger band squeezes with a subsequent band penetration, and so on.  Most of these alerts also include volume surge information.
       The “Valu-Pak” is a subscription “bundle” that gives access to all of our subscriptions or scanner reports, and it includes the online version of The Valuator (the printed version is not available at this time).  The fee for Valu-Pak is $75/month.  The fee for Valu-Pak cannot be applied to anything less than the full bundle of subscriptions.  If a subscriber wants only one, two, or five subscriptions rather than all of them, it will be necessary to pay for them at their normal individual rates.  That is, a reduction in the Valu-Pak fee cannot be obtained by dropping a few components of the bundle.  A cancellation of any portion of the service can only be accomplished by canceling the entire service.

The Valu-Pak Includes the Following Reports

(M) means it is issued monthly, (W) means it is issued weekly

StockAlerts (W) 
ETF Alerts (W)
Strongest ETFs (W)
Strongest Stocks (W)
Stock-Scanner (W)
Breakouts (W)

R.C. Allen Alerts (W)
HotStocks (W)
The Valuator (M)

If you are ordering Valu-Pak, please do not also order any of the above subscriptions separately, because they are included in the Valu-Pak. 
        Also, please be aware that if we determine a particular list or service made available through Valu-Pak is not very popular, it will be discontinued.  For example, at one time we provided a list of all stocks in the S&P500 with information on each stock.  Each report listed all 500 stocks along with alerts for each R.C. Allen and each Donchian “buy” or “sell” signal.  It was included in Valu-Pak, but very few people subscribed to it as a stand-alone subscription.  We do not have the resources to spend time providing services that few people want.  It is better to cancel it and focus our time and energy on services people value.  When we discontinued it, we also deleted it from the Valu-Pak.  When we develop a new service, it may be added to Valu-Pak immediately.  However, its continuance in the Valu-Pak will depend on how popular it is as a stand-alone subscription.
       There are thousands of stocks in the market. It is impossible for an individual to be aware of what is happening with all of them. Therefore, we use computer-driven scanners to find stocks that satisfy certain preliminary conditions. Our algorithms cannot see charts as a human can. On reviewing the lists we generate for our own trading purposes, we may sometimes eliminate 90% of the stocks on a given list (or even the entire list) because of nearby resistance or some other consideration that could not be “seen” by the search algorithm. For example, a Bollinger band squeeze followed by an upper band penetration (or any other “setup” configuration) may not be attractive to our traders because there is overhead resistance just above the current price. The algorithm will not see that resistance. It will, however, detect that a band penetration has occurred after a band squeeze or whatever setup pattern the algorithm is designed to detect. In using our lists, it will be up to the subscriber to filter the results of our searches. In other words, our lists are not buy or sell recommendations. They are lists of stocks that have generated “alerts” because they appear to the scanner to have completed (or nearly completed) a chart pattern “setup” configuration.  Our stock-scanning algorithms make it much easier to find stocks worth putting on a “watch list.”

These reports list stocks that are in “setup” configurations.  On the “Stock Alerts” page, we list some examples of setups.  The following link will take you to where you can see examples of “setups”  See some examples of “setups.”

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