My bread and butter entry is a quiet and tight pullback into a PLL or the 10 and 20 day moving average. Quiet means that the volume should be well below average and tight means that the daily price range is small compared to the recent past. Such a setup tells me that the attention is drawn away from the stock and that it is ripe to blast higher leaving the crowd and late comers behind. The other one is a powerful breakaway gap in leading mid to large cap names. The latter is usually earnings related.
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