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General Discussion · Adding Industry group to filter
lspielman1952
msg #38156
9/23/2005 5:58:22 PM

I'm obviously doing something wrong -
How do you add an industry group criteria to a filter ??


Thanks for your assistance

Larry S


General Discussion · Adding Industry group to filter
lspielman1952
msg #38168
9/23/2005 8:44:06 PM

Thanks to all - answers make it work -
Problem was with the retail - sub industries -

Have a great weekend -

LS




General Discussion · Best news site
lspielman1952
msg #38169
9/23/2005 8:52:19 PM

Briefing.com - $10/ mo - Gold index -
Realtimetraders.com $15/mo -

Briefing has a pretty impressive array of current news, info and research archive -

Realtimetraders.com - looked pretty good when glanced at it -

You could also look at streetinsider.com
But I don't know it that well - probably gives the trader buzz -



LS






General Discussion · Beta
lspielman1952
msg #37444
8/13/2005 1:44:44 AM

Try - Barcharts.com


General Discussion · Day Trading Rules
lspielman1952
msg #37782
9/3/2005 12:56:52 AM

The Brokerages do track this stuff -

I was just permitted a one time waiver of this rule - so, I will not repeat.

The basic rule is, if you have less than $25,000 in your account
you can only make 3 daytrades, in a five day period.
Accounts less than $25,000 are only permitted to transact 3 purchase/sales of a stock within the same trading day - 3 times during a rolling five day period.

LS




General Discussion · OK, I'm befuddled!
lspielman1952
msg #37494
8/16/2005 10:44:56 PM

The double dutch jump rope analogy is perfect !!
Been there- done - know it-
Before you jump back into the market - see where the ropes are going.

Getting a sense of current market direction ( and driving forces)
- is probably the #1 daily 10 minute imperative - got to do it -

A) If your schedule allows - view the stock indexes - live -
a few time each day (prophet.net. stockcharts.com - etc.)
- only takes a minute - but you get a better
feel for the actual intra-day market ups and downs -
versus - the homogenized end of day summary - You also get a
better sense of how the market's daily moves are influencing your stocks.

B) Find a market perspective report you like - and follow it -
I found Briefing.com's $9.95 gold service works well for me -
because - it uses a real economic perspective -
not a ra-ra bull- blah blah blah -
ie - right now - their 1 page briefing summary - is hinting at the looming problems of a slowing global economy if the oil pricing continues -
Naturally - also reports company earnings and analyst changes -
Probably other good sources -
I tried the WSJ - but the quick perspective - just wasn't there -

Anyways - those are my discoveries - since I have the same history as you -

LS



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General Discussion · TA of Sectors/Industries
lspielman1952
msg #37194
7/31/2005 3:32:42 AM

I could never find a reasonably priced one -
Always ended up at barchart.com, askcharts, or investertech -
for daily, weekly, monthly , quarterly - sector comps

LS


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