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BA   197.85 (-0.33%)
S&P 500   4,567.00 (-1.90%)
DOW   34,483.72 (-1.86%)
QQQ   393.82 (-1.47%)
AAPL   165.30 (+3.16%)
MSFT   330.59 (-1.79%)
FB   324.46 (-4.01%)
GOOGL   2,837.95 (-2.50%)
AMZN   3,507.07 (-1.53%)
TSLA   1,144.76 (+0.68%)
NVDA   326.76 (-2.10%)
BABA   127.53 (-3.10%)
NIO   39.13 (-3.29%)
CGC   10.71 (-3.16%)
AMD   158.37 (-2.19%)
GE   94.99 (-3.47%)
MU   84.00 (-2.48%)
T   22.83 (-4.44%)
F   19.19 (-2.44%)
DIS   144.90 (-1.97%)
ACB   6.42 (-0.31%)
AMC   33.94 (-7.87%)
PFE   53.73 (+2.54%)
BA   197.85 (-0.33%)
S&P 500   4,567.00 (-1.90%)
DOW   34,483.72 (-1.86%)
QQQ   393.82 (-1.47%)
AAPL   165.30 (+3.16%)
MSFT   330.59 (-1.79%)
FB   324.46 (-4.01%)
GOOGL   2,837.95 (-2.50%)
AMZN   3,507.07 (-1.53%)
TSLA   1,144.76 (+0.68%)
NVDA   326.76 (-2.10%)
BABA   127.53 (-3.10%)
NIO   39.13 (-3.29%)
CGC   10.71 (-3.16%)
AMD   158.37 (-2.19%)
GE   94.99 (-3.47%)
MU   84.00 (-2.48%)
T   22.83 (-4.44%)
F   19.19 (-2.44%)
DIS   144.90 (-1.97%)
ACB   6.42 (-0.31%)
AMC   33.94 (-7.87%)
PFE   53.73 (+2.54%)
BA   197.85 (-0.33%)
S&P 500   4,567.00 (-1.90%)
DOW   34,483.72 (-1.86%)
QQQ   393.82 (-1.47%)
AAPL   165.30 (+3.16%)
MSFT   330.59 (-1.79%)
FB   324.46 (-4.01%)
GOOGL   2,837.95 (-2.50%)
AMZN   3,507.07 (-1.53%)
TSLA   1,144.76 (+0.68%)
NVDA   326.76 (-2.10%)
BABA   127.53 (-3.10%)
NIO   39.13 (-3.29%)
CGC   10.71 (-3.16%)
AMD   158.37 (-2.19%)
GE   94.99 (-3.47%)
MU   84.00 (-2.48%)
T   22.83 (-4.44%)
F   19.19 (-2.44%)
DIS   144.90 (-1.97%)
ACB   6.42 (-0.31%)
AMC   33.94 (-7.87%)
PFE   53.73 (+2.54%)
BA   197.85 (-0.33%)

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Momentum Alerts are available as a stand-alone subscription or they are available as part of All Access Pass. Momentum Alerts are not included with MarketBeat Daily Premium. Momentum Alerts are short-term trading opportunities identified using trading momentum, market sentiment, and specific financial triggers. Learn More on Momentum Alerts

Momentum alerts are short-term trading opportunities identified using trading momentum, market sentiment, and specific financial triggers. Therefore, there is not a specific frequency or schedule for the alerts; it depends on market activity. Expect to receive 3 to 5 trading ideas each month. The alerts are sent out at 10:00 AM ET when available.

MarketBeat's Momentum Alerts uses more than two dozen algorithmic factors and technical indicators to identify stocks that are poised for near-term growth. Some events that may place a stock on the Momentum Alert list include beating earnings estimates, increasing a dividend, multiple positive analyst recommendations, announcing a buyback or a stock split, or a significant increase in the positivity of news about a stock.

A higher score means more positive indicators, however, there is not a specific scale for the scores. Stocks are ranked from highest to lowest score daily, those that cross a defined threshold get sent out.

What's important to recognize about the Momentum Alert recommendations is that they are short term picks based on what's been happening in the news and market events surrounding that stock. They are really a short-term momentum play (e.g., investors may keep buying this stock-based on the good news of the stock and favorable market events it has had recently.)

The Wall Street consensus ratings on MarketBeat's website are more long-term buy and hold recommendations. Wall Street analysts typically forecast prices a year out, which makes them a different kind of recommendation.

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