Here's my 5 cents worth of comments:
DRCT: I'm worried about the brief rally (short squeeze) to 32.6 on Friday - price returned right back to where it was before the rally. Reduce the likelihood of a breakout, IMHO.
DTAS: I like it
ERJ: Looks like it switched to downtrend for a while. Reward seems limited by resistance at EMA20 & EMA50 at 30.7. I would consider shorting at that level.
GRB: I like it also. Intraday chart looks like it may break through 7.5 any time.
LENS: I like it a lot, although it's a falling knife entry. Somehow, it just seems ready for a bounce, esp. if the market is up on Monday. There must be plenty of stops just above 6.10. I'll consider an entry on Monday.
LVLT: May continue to rise, but I'm less convinced than for LENS.
MRBA: Looks like it found support at the current level (right where the prior rally took off). I'd say it may take another day or two to take off.
PRGX: Very risky entry right now - it's drawing a descending triangle on the intraday chart with support at 4.15. A breakout to the top is possible, though, especially if the overall market is strong, and probably would cause a lot of short covering.
SCLD: This one has a pretty good chance of falling a little more, IMHO. It crashed through the MA200 & 50% fib all at once, and the next solid support is at 2.7-2.8 (62% fib). Also, Friday low was lower than Thurdsday low, and volume hasn't risen that much yet.
SMSI: Came up one of my screens also. It seems well positioned to bounce off the lower BB. I'm confused by Thursday's candle though, since it extends so far up - perhaps the MMs took out stops, in which case SMSI may drop further.
USFC: finished a 3ple bottom on the intraday chart, and looks ready for a good bounce. May buy on Monday.
VITR: Another great fine, Art. If it stays above 7.0 on Monday, it managed to break out from its downtrend. Strong support at 6.7 .. may also buy on Monday.
VWKS: Didn't manage to break through 4.0 last Friday despite the buying pressure. I'd watch it.
Thanks again for posting all your screens, Art, I learn tremendously from them!