Scanning for SCTRs

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 The StockCharts Technical Rank (SCTR) is a numerical score based on six key indicator values, which is used to rank a stock or other security within a group of its peers. StockCharts currently offers SCTR rankings based on a number of groups, from US small-cap stocks to ETFs to London Stock Exchange securities. While not every security receives a SCTR ranking, scanning for SCTRs can be a great way to discover securities that are doing better than their peers across six important technical measurements. The StockCharts Technical Rank (SCTR) is a numerical score based on six key indicator values, which is used to rank a stock or other security within a group of its peers. StockCharts currently offers SCTR rankings based on a number of groups, from US small-cap stocks to ETFs to London Stock Exchange securities. While not every security receives a SCTR ranking, scanning for SCTRs can be a great way to discover securities that are doing better than their peers across six important technical measurements.
  
-To learn more about what SCTR "​universes"​ (groups) are available and how the SCTR score is calculated for each security, check out [[http://​stockcharts.com/​school/​doku.php?​id=chart_school:​technical_indicators:​sctr|our ChartSchool article on SCTRs]].+To learn more about what SCTR "​universes"​ (groups) are available and how the SCTR score is calculated for each security, check out [[cs>technical_indicators:​sctr|our ChartSchool article on SCTRs]].
  
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