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Filter Exchange · Candlestick Doji
sarohde
msg #26159
3/30/2003 8:03:38 PM

How did you know you could use the term "spread" and where is this documented on the site?

Thanks for bringing it to my attention. I wish to use it in the future and if you can help me understand how this site makes it available I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks - Steve


Announcements · New Feature: Customizable Primary Plot Height
sarohde
msg #26135
3/24/2003 8:33:13 PM

Hi Tom,

Sorry for the delay on my feedback, but yes everything works fine now.

Thanks - Steve


Announcements · New Feature: Customizable Primary Plot Height
sarohde
msg #26097
3/20/2003 9:02:07 PM

I tried this from the link above and all I received was a chart about on inch tall.




General Discussion · Request for feedback on charts
sarohde
msg #26070
3/17/2003 7:44:01 AM

I too have mentioned that the Stockfetcher team take a look at Stockcharts.com for ideas on how to create what I think is an excellent charting application.

Another things that Stockcharts gives you are the values for each indicator that you select.


General Discussion · Query to find "Basing" pattern?
sarohde
msg #26037
3/9/2003 8:18:14 PM

Thanks for the renewed interest in this post.

I am actuall looking to identify the left side of the cup, the base of the cup and the breakout that would start the rise of the right side of the cup-not the entire cup with handle.

I am still looking to solve this query so any added comments/direction is still greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Steve


General Discussion · Request for feedback on charts
sarohde
msg #430
2/8/2003 12:02:00 PM

I would love to see high and low price labels on the chart. Stockcharts.com does a good job of illustrating what I mean if you wish to see an example.

(P.S. They have an excellent charting engine and many of the things I look to their charts for I would love to see on your site instead!)

Thanks again for a great site that just keeps getting better.


Filter Exchange · Price Pattern Matches 2boxer
sarohde
msg #379
2/2/2003 11:02:06 PM

Please explain what "ETF" is?

Thanks.


Announcements · New Indicator: TRIX Oscillator
sarohde
msg #228
12/8/2002 7:50:04 PM

Great Addition!

One followup request, can the TRIX Oscillator be added to the list of indicators that we can choose from on our "Chart Settings"?

Thanks!


General Discussion · I'm a new member.
sarohde
msg #211
12/5/2002 8:09:50 PM

Hello Again,

First out of the gate on any given day is a challenge! I have been using Ameritrade as my online broker and they have a "Real Time Screener" tool that allows you to scan for stocks meeting certain conditions right at the moment.

I don't want to misuse this wonderful forum for other than Stockfetcher issues so feel free to contact me at sarohde@msn.com and I can explain further as to how I try to accomplish what you are looking to do.

P.S. Currently 12 degrees here in Wisconsin!


General Discussion · I'm a new member.
sarohde
msg #202
12/4/2002 10:59:03 PM

Hi from another new member!

I've been a new member now for just a couple of weeks. For what it is worth here is my response to your question:

About 8 months ago I started reading books on stock trading, GOOD BOOKS. All of William O'Neils books (Author of Investors Business Daily-I highly recommend the paper also), all of the books by Toni Turner as well as a few others. All of them tell you how to use indicators, track price patterns, when to buy/sell and everything else-which is all great and good except for one thing! They don't give you any means by which to scour the 17,000+ equities out there to find those winners!

Well after six months of reading every night, then two months of developing and testing my "rules for trading" I started to spend countless hours every night looking up stock statistics on hundreds of stocks to try to find those with the indicators that had those elusive values the books all talked about. NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK!!!!

With this site I HAVE reduced my search time down to minutes versus hours and am able to then analyze my "short list" of 3-4 candidates that meet my rules for trading.

YOU still have to determine your "rules for trading" to make money, and that means understanding (at least conceptually) the pearls of wisdom from those books. Apply your concepts using this tool and I'm sure you will reach your goal(s) much quicker.

Good Luck!

P.S. I've made more money in the last 2 weeks with stock I've found here with Stockfetcher than in the entire 2 months prior when I was trying to test my trading rules.


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