Friday, April 29, 2011

Found this week - Apr 29, 2011

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All things TA - Your experimental fix.
Get predefined TA scripts that screen stocks for you. But not only that, go into the program editor and experiment!
MACD example  Borrow some one's or make up your own function.
Read the user's guide for help.

You probably have seen this list on the Nasdaq website. Here is the original creator. Barchart's TOP 100 & Bottom 100 52-week weighted alpha stocks.
[Note: It's not true alpha calculation, but it's a start]  Weighted Alpha is a measure of how much a stock has risen or fallen over a one-year period. The original research was restricted to large cap stocks, so the corresponding rise in the S&P 500 index was subtracted; however, as there are a number of interesting stocks that do not fit well into any category, and others that fit into more than one category, the results are presented without subtracting any index.

Another page has end-of-day pivot points and when the market is open this page tracks live floor pivot points, key stochaic and fibonacci turning points.


Contrarian Investing Quote 

"Rule 2: Respect the difficulty of working with a mass of information. Few of us can use it successfully. In-depth information does not translate into in-depth profits."

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