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|General Discussion · JohnPaulca - Now what have I done? .. !! (ToS)|
|2/19/2015 2:56:42 PM
I think you might have inadvertently selected the linking feature in the original chart you had and then copied the linking feature setting to the subsequent detached charts. See the images below:
If your chart does in fact has the linking feature selected, you should see a colored square with a number inside next to the ticker entry box, like the one pictured above. Simply left-click on the the colored square and select "Unlink". Your chart should now appear as the one pictured below:
Just repeat the process for the other charts you have and you should be good to go...
Hope this helps...
|Filter Exchange · PANGOLIN Z AND PANGOLIN W - FULL SYSTEM CODE|
|1/17/2015 7:49:12 AM
Thanks for sharing... Your generosity is exceeded only by your virtuosity :)
|General Discussion · StockFetcher: Please Restore "Organize Filters"|
|4/16/2013 9:36:30 PM
Dear StockFetcher Support,
As soon as possible, please restore the "Organize Filters" feature.
|General Discussion · ConnorsRSI|
|1/18/2013 8:33:45 AM
First of all, thank you for your generous contributions of both time and content to this community. It is certainly appreciated.
I've been trying to follow this latest system you've posted and find myself a little confused. You wrote,
12/29/2012 6:12:22 PM
...I am using the specific settings chosen by the WFA for December (two 4% pullbacks, ADX(5) above 55, with exit at Williams %R(2) above -45)...
So I'm running the following:
This filter has yielded the following results since 1/15/13:
Is this correct or should I be running the original filter posted on 11/27/2012 10:55:50 PM?
Thanks in advance for any assistance...
|Filter Exchange · SPY Filter|
|12/12/2008 6:44:53 PM
|General Discussion · I.O.U.S.A...|
|11/20/2008 10:57:39 PM
@ StJoe...You're right! Life is GOOD! The problem is many people choose to worship at the altar of the almighty dollar, summarily losing sight of what's most important...health, family, friends, etc...
@ marine2...IMO, I think the Gubbermint, the Fed and the "Plunge Protection Team" a/k/a Clown College graduates have already done more than enough in creating and prolonging this epic fiasco. Unfortunately, with the elections in the books, the opportunity to remove the Bozos appears to have come and gone...
Like it or not, our illustrious "leaders" have created a situation where rampant greed and all-consuming self interest put our country in a dire position to be the next "too big to fail" entity perched precariously on the edge. We need real leadership and a clear vision not distracted by special interest and partisan bull$hit...something sorely lacking at this critical juncture...
If you're as outraged as I am about being continually lied to and fed up with the ongoing larceny of our country's future, contact your elected representatives and let them know how you feel...
Maybe they'll actually listen if enough of us taxpayers finally stand up and just say,"NO!!!"
|General Discussion · I.O.U.S.A...|
|11/19/2008 10:10:42 AM
David Walker, former U.S. Comptroller General and the star of "I.O.U.S.A.", a documentary about our ballooning national debt...
Question: Just how bad are things?
Answer: Even worse than advertised. Everyone talks about this year's deficit, which is $455 billion. And the national debt, the accumulation of all our past deficits over the years, recently passed $10 trillion.
But the real problem is the nearly $41 trillion in unfunded promises and off-balance-sheet obligations.
"I.O.U.S.A." is a documentary based on the writings of Addison Wiggin, co-author of "Empire of Debt: The Rise of an Epic Financial Crisis" (2006). The film's message is that since the 1930s, the U.S. government has spent more than it raised through taxes, and has used annual federal deficits - financed by foreign investors who buy $650 billion in Treasury bonds each year - to pay for an expanding military and civil service, as well as generous entitlement programs.
As Mr. Walker reiterates, by 2008, the U.S. government had unfunded future liabilities of over $53 trillion, including $34 trillion for Medicare and Medicaid, $11 trillion in public debt and $7 trillion for Social Security. These are huge liabilities, nearly four times the size of the entire U.S. economy ($14.5 trillion).
Since "I.O.U.S.A." was filmed early in 2008, $165 billion in government stimulus checks were mailed to U.S. taxpayers, and the U.S. sub-prime mortgage crisis accelerated with the March collapse of Bear Stearns investment bank, later acquired by JP Morgan Chase to avoid bankruptcy. In July, IndyMac Bank failed, the fourth largest bank failure in U.S. history. In September, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac went bankrupt and were nationalized, the Federal Reserve loaned insurance giant AIG $85 billion to avoid bankruptcy, and Washington Mutual Bank was acquired by JP Morgan Chase to avoid bankruptcy. In October, a $700 billion rescue package for the U.S. banking system (the largest since the Great Depression) was signed into law. One estimate puts the 2008 federal deficit at nearly $1 trillion, with the multi-year total cost of all government stimulus and rescue packages at $2.6 trillion. These are all taxpayer liabilities; we will pay for them through higher taxes and dollar devaluation as the U.S. Treasury runs the dollar printing presses, resulting in 1970s-like stagflation.
|General Discussion · The Great Santelli...|
|11/7/2008 7:12:36 PM
Amidst the dense forest of cheerleaders and talking heads parroting propaganda out there, CNBC's Rick Santelli remains a voice of reason...
On the "Bailout" a/k/a Troubled Asset Recovery Program a/k/a Emergency Economic Stabilization Act...
More on the "Bailout" a/k/a "Great American Taxpayer Heist"...
Additional info: Facts and Myths about the Financial Crisis of 2008
Taking down CNBC's head Fed stooge, Steve Liesman...
Versus the "Booyah Boy Blunder"...
|General Discussion · Obama Tax Bomb to Blindside U.S. Investors|
|11/7/2008 6:24:16 PM
Interesting perspective. Thanks for the info...
FWIW, I did a little more research and found additional info potentially worth reading...
Six Master Limited Partnerships Worth Investigating
3 Inexpensive Master Limited Partnerships in Energy
Make your money grow 7% to 12%
|General Discussion · Nightmare on Main Street...|
|11/7/2008 2:42:54 PM
It's time to WAKE UP!!! Red Pill or Blue Pill...you decide...
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