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General Discussion · outperforming index and industry question
sbeckers
msg #37105
7/27/2005 12:11:03 PM

Still need to be able to compare sectors with index, or compare stocks to sectors (not just nasdaq, s&P, etc.) What's up??


Backtesting Support · Add filter to My filters
sbeckers
msg #35953
5/9/2005 9:12:37 PM

Or maybe in the Backtesting section you could put a button for "today's results"


Backtesting Support · Buy on open, sell on close?
sbeckers
msg #35897
5/4/2005 5:28:44 PM

How can we do this, buy and sell the same day? 0 doesn't work, neither does 1


Backtesting Support · Add filter to My filters
sbeckers
msg #35860
5/2/2005 7:38:24 PM

It would be nice to be able to add a filter you are backtesting easily to "My Filters", without habing to cut and paste... thanks for this feature!


Backtesting Support · Different Backtesting Results
sbeckers
msg #35859
5/2/2005 7:35:36 PM

Its because the backtesting doesn't see your global filter settings. You will probably want to put in average volume and min price etc..


General Discussion · TradeStation Real Time - easy to use?
sbeckers
msg #35617
4/15/2005 3:59:30 PM

Tradestation is easy to use and many bells and whistles - you wont use them all. You probably don't need tradestation, unless you are a real junkie (like me). If you are into the programming thing, it is good. But so is stockfetcher (and cheaper). Also radarscreen is not a scanner - you have to put up all of your symbols and then run alerts. If you are not into writing code, etc. (easylanguage is pretty easy), or need something very specific you can't find elsewhere, I wouldn't bother with tradestation. Neoticker is one I have looked at which is less expensive and has more features..


General Discussion · Finding Gaps in Date Range
sbeckers
msg #34095
11/24/2004 12:05:26 AM

Thanks, perffect


General Discussion · Finding Gaps in Date Range
sbeckers
msg #34079
11/23/2004 11:00:01 AM

The filter written above by DasKapital is what I am trying to do, but it doesn't work! Can anyone de-bug it?


Announcements · New Measure: Comparative Relative Strength
sbeckers
msg #33678
10/25/2004 10:01:44 PM

Thanks, that works well


Announcements · New Measure: Comparative Relative Strength
sbeckers
msg #33612
10/19/2004 9:18:51 PM

I wonder if there is a way to create a moving average of the comparative relative strength to an index as was mentioned before. Does anyone know how to do this?


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