How to use ChartYourTrade MRI for Stock Selection


In this video I discuss some of the methods I personally use to identify stocks quickly and easily.

You will learn how to:

  • Identify strong and emerging industry groups
  • How to zero in on the top stocks within that industry group
  • How to find the best stocks within the strongest industry group
  • How to identify chart patterns

You can use the methods discussed in this video whether you are a ChartYourTrade MRI subscriber or not.  The purpose of ChartYourTrade MRI is to dramatically speed up your workflow.  

We’re very transparent about our scans and our process.  In fact, here is a link that outlines all of our scan criteria.

If you have questions, please leave a comment below OR shoot me an email at


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