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You need to discriminate among these by volume. Equities that do not trade over 250,00 shares a day are illiquid and are 1) hard to sell once you buy them, and 2) have prices that are too easily manipulated.

Otherwise, this is a great list. Long consolidations can lead to great price increases. The signal is a high volume-supported price increase-breakout, which several of these show. It can take a while to play out but I really like this approach.

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