Updated Daily except for 50 Day Best To Worst (last table) which is weekly

- Power Volume! Relative Strength -
**All**250 - Bright Green - has an actual rating ranking
**above the 90 percentile**of all 250 stocks. - Dark Green - has an actual rating ranking
**above the 81 percentile and below the 90 percentile**of all 250 stocks. - Red - has an actual rating ranking
**below the 20 percentile**of all 250 stocks. - Beige - has an actual rating ranking
**at or above the 20 percentile and below the 81 percentile**of all 250 stocks.**The Formula**The formula takes the percent of dollar volume increase over the 50 Day Average Dollar Volume for the day considered and the previous 4 trading days. The current day is weighted more heavily at 33%, the previous day is weighted at 27%, the day before that at 20%, 3 days prior at 13% and 4 days prior at 7%. The resulting 5 day % increase in average daily dollar volume is then multiplied by a factor based on the percentage gain over the 5 day period not to exceed 2 for a positive gain (a gain of over 10% or higher would result in a factor of 2, a gain of less than 10% would be an equal percentage of the maximum 2). Likewise, a factor of -2 or less for a loss over the five day period.

Thus, a stock showing a 200% (2.0) rise in average daily dollar volume for the five day period and a gain of 7.5% would be multiplied by the percent of 50 day average volume increase by 1.5 (3/4 of the 10% gain) resulting in a rating of 2.5. Anything above a gain or loss of 10% would be multiplied by 2 or -2 respectively.

The "Relative Strength" chart gives the relative strength percentile rank of the "Actual Formula Result" for the date indicated, therefore the top rated is always 100% and the bottom is 0% of the 250 stocks.

This table ranks all of my 250 by those
that show a significant increase in up DOLLAR volume relative to all of the
250 stocks as of the
close of the date shown based on a formula I devised (see **The Formula** section).

The current and previous 4 days are considered in the formula.

The 22 previous trading day rankings are shown to help spot "relative" trends and color coded as follows:

- Power Volume! Trend Graph

**Power Volume! Graph**

This table graphs strong Power Volume! stock count results over the indicated period.

To qualify for the graph, a stock must have a Power Volume! rating of greater than or equal to +1.5 for positive surge or less than or equal to -1.5 for negative surge.

Bright green represents the count for stocks that have a strong positive surge value for the date axis.

Red represents the count for stocks that have a strong negative surge value for the date axis.

The data is stacked, positive below and negative on top.

- Big Increase In 50 Day Average DOLLAR Volume In 15 Days

This table sorts **all** of my 250 by those that have seen the
biggest increase in their 50 day
average DOLLAR volume in the last 15 days. The number in the cell is the 50 day average
DOLLAR volume, in millions, on that day.

Color Coding And Signing:

Negative Sign - Stock price down in 5 days.

Bright Green - Current day's 50 day avg $$ vol > prev day's AND stock price up in 5 days.

Dark Green - Current day's 50 day avg $$ vol <= prev day's AND stock price up in 5 days.

Red - Current day's 50 day avg $$ vol > prev day's AND stock price down in 5 days.

Pink - Current day's 50 day avg $$ vol < prev day's AND stock price down in 5 days.

- The BEST To The WORST Power Volume! Performance - 50 Days

This table shows the best to the worst Power Volume! stocks, of my 250, based on their previous 50 trading days performance.

The grading is based on the above Power Volume! formula. The top performers demonstrate maximum days of positive volume surge and minimum negative volume surge. The bottom performers demonstrate the opposite result.

The data is as of the date on the chart. **Now update daily!**

The charts and tables here do not represent any recommendation from myself to buy or sell any security. I also do not guarantee the accuracy of these charts and graphs as the data is provided to me without guarantee.

I welcome and encourage feedback.