ON MY CHARTS I HAVE A STOCK WHICH MATCHES THE SCAN CRITERIA BUT IT DOESN'T SHOW UP IN THE RESULTS. WHY?
1. The stock you are looking at isn't in the universe of stocks we look at. The universe of stocks for each scan is listed above the scan results
2. Be aware that the scan is based on closed bars only. For example, if it is midweek and the weekly chart shows only one green dot for the squeeze that squeeze has not yet fired. It has only fired if the dot is still green when the bar closes with the market close on Friday afternoon.
3. For intraday scans there are many settings which can cause differences in squeeze calculations. Make sure that your charts are not showing extended session data. Also, on some platforms there are settings which control the time new bars start. For example, a 39 minute bar might begin every 39 minutes beginning at midnight or every 39 minutes beginning with the market open. To get the same results as the scans it is important to start building bars at the market open. How to do this varies by platform.
4. For scans based on the Waves indicator, be aware that this indicator is sensitive to the amount of historical data being charted. The scans use approximately 300 bars of data and if your charts have more or fewer bars then there is a possibility that your charts might show that the waves are on one side of zero while the the scan indicates something different.