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General Discussion · NEVER LOSE AGAIN!!
tulanch
msg #75899
6/30/2009 1:30:46 AM

have you looked at ameritrade strategey desk

General Discussion · looking for real time, minute based stock screener
tulanch
msg #55460
10/2/2007 12:24:43 AM

ameritrade StrategyDesk WOW!

General Discussion · looking for real time, minute based stock screener
tulanch
msg #55248
9/26/2007 12:23:00 PM

thanks all

General Discussion · looking for real time, minute based stock screener
tulanch
msg #55116
9/24/2007 1:44:19 PM

Does anyone know of a real-time, streaming data stock filter? One that can be based on the last 60 minutes of data, filtering on volume and price average results ?

Most of the stock filters I see today seem to be based on all of today's data, not just the past 60 minutes of data.



General Discussion · "Wait for Green" Support and Resistance
tulanch
msg #50850
4/4/2007 12:11:49 AM

what I've been doing for support and resistence is to look back in time on the stock - I routinely watch the 60 minute or 5 minute, but review a 5 day, 6 week, and 6 month view where support and resistences become extremely evident(scott trade charts) today (4-3) the nasdaq pre-market movers gapped up to 6 month resistence levels and stayed there all day (very hard to catch these gap ups) - one of my rules is not to buy into a stock that has not broken through this traffic - others stocks I will buy have none of this traffic especially ones that have shown the bollinger band squeeze, volume spike, and break-out, these ones wait for green works very well on and they are rather easy to identifiy - but timming of buying is the key, all can change in 20 minutes - thus delayed quotes can be a hinder. thats my 2 cents :)

StockFetcher 2.0 Beta · how to move to next chart?
tulanch
msg #49888
2/7/2007 6:29:15 PM

old interface has << and >> to move the next stock in your listing, in the new interface I need to click on the name get it to dispaly...will you be adding in something like the old << and >> buttons?




StockFetcher 2.0 Beta · Release Notes - Beta
tulanch
msg #49845
2/5/2007 5:33:57 PM

Let me try again...How does one move to the next or previous chart? In the non-beta version there are << and >> buttons. I don't see this in the beta, one can click on the name in the column listing, but this is a pain when you have a number of charts to review


StockFetcher 2.0 Beta · Release Notes - Beta
tulanch
msg #49844
2/5/2007 5:31:15 PM

How does one move the the next or previous chart?


General Discussion · Need Syntax - please help!
tulanch
msg #49843
2/5/2007 5:28:26 PM

I've never seen a NOT statement so I would flip things around, maybe this is what your looking for...

price between .01 and .50
and MA (5) is less than 10% above MA (20)
and MA (5) is less than 10% below MA (20)
and close is less than 5% above MA (5)
and obv is above 0


Have you downloaded the help file? Can get it from the home page, it's a PDF file.

Also, I do searches through the public filters for answers...

And on the home page there is a filter builder, again something to aid in understanding how things work..

Hope this helps


General Discussion · Abnormal Activity filters
tulanch
msg #49726
1/30/2007 11:43:02 PM

thks again - Wow CTTD was amazing today...can't wait to see what happens tomorrow
-T


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