Chart patterns on regular bar/candestick charts are very subjective which makes them very hard for a computer to find. Because of that, our Scan Engine does not support scanning for chart patterns on bar/candlestick charts.
On the other hand, P&F Chart Patterns are pretty easy for a computer program to detect because the relationship between the X's and the O's for each pattern is very well defined. And thus our Scan Engine supports scanning for those. There is a "gotcha" however...
The "gotcha" is that a P&F chart can "have" a particular chart pattern on it for quite some time - weeks, months, even years. If you just scan for stocks where "Bullish Catapult" is true, you may get back stocks that have had the "Bullish Catapult" pattern for the past several days or weeks.
What you probably want to scan for instead is stocks where "Bullish Catapult" is true "0 days ago" and where "Buillish Catapult" is false "1 days ago". That will find all the new Bullish Catapult stocks that may be breaking out to the upside.
Click here to run this scan.