Stan Weinstein’s Stage System 4 – Long-term Indicators

Stan Weinstein's Stage System

5 Responses

  1. Tryst says:

    Nice summary of the Stan Weinstein book! I’ve read it around 7 years ago now and it’s methods I still use when I trade today.

  2. Patrick says:

    Hi Mike!

    Just stumbled on your website today… Was looking for guidance as to what is today’s era “GM”? Apple maybe?

    Side questions: Are you on stageanalysis.net?

    Regards,

    Patrick

    • Mike Rawson Mike Rawson says:

      Hi Patrick,

      I’m not really a one-stock guy. At that end of the market, regulatory risk is key.

      I’m not on stage analysis, but thanks for the pointer.

      Mike

  3. Nick says:

    Hi Mike,

    I am currently reading Stan’s book and came across your site when searching for it online.
    I only read your summary and part 1 as that is as far as I am in the book and don’t want any “spoilers”.

    I read your comment on an earlier post about an Excel spreadsheet that searched for Stan’s stage system stocks that are ready to go into stage 2.

    Any progress on this? I enjoy programming in VBA and am new to bringing stock data in automagically. I am curious where you get the free data and how as I am very interested in designing a spreadsheet to do exactly this.

    Thanks for your blog, lots of great reads!

    Nick

    • Mike Rawson Mike Rawson says:

      Hi Nick,

      I found the comment you referred to, from March last year. Since then I’ve subscribed to Stockopedia. That was mostly because I needed to create an AIM IHT portfolio last September, but then Google pulled their Portfolio feature at the end of last year and now I rely on Stocko for portfolios as well.

      So now I would use a screen within Stockopedia rather than a spreadsheet. You can still get free historical data from Google, but it really only works for one stock at a time.

      I made my first attempt at a Weinstein screen last week (article not published yet) but it was far from perfect. My current plan is to build a Minervini screen first, and then double back to Stan. Minervini uses very similar chart setups but there is much more discussion on the internet about how to create Minervini-like screens.

      It will probably be Xmas before a decent screen gets published, so you’ve plenty of time to get through the rest of the book.

      Mike

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