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General Discussion · Short Interest
msg #55672
10/13/2007 10:00:19 AM

Thank you johnpaulca, but, I am interested in seeing if it is changing during the day ... or at the end of the prior day compared to the day before. I'm trying to develop insights into how short sellers may react to price changes of a stock during the day. Thanks again.

General Discussion · Short Interest
msg #55650
10/12/2007 4:17:50 PM

Is there a place on line that I could check the short interest in a specific stock? End of day? During the day?

Thanks ... Steve

General Discussion · BIDU
msg #55637
10/11/2007 3:50:17 PM

Thank you. I thought I was done for the day and was about to leave my computer. I saw your post at 3:15pm, bought BIDU at 3:26pm at $309.56 and sold it at 3:44pm at $315.56!! Thanks again.

Announcements · Intraday Updates
msg #55625
10/10/2007 1:36:12 PM

STOCKFETCHER: It would be helpful if SF would indicate next to the date on the Filter results screen the time of the last update. At present we just do not know about how old the data is.

General Discussion · Import Symbols to watchlist
msg #55505
10/3/2007 6:47:07 PM

Suggestion: Make certain you are saving your Excel spreadsheet in the "CSV" format. That is the only way I know to import Excel spreadsheets directly


General Discussion · Are you trading every stock that your filter returns?
msg #55455
10/1/2007 7:52:38 PM

Betty I looked at your list and did not see one I thought you had indicated earlier as being great:

"Show stocks where Bollinger Width(20) reached a new 3 month low "

Have you now given up on this or was it just forgotten?


Filter Exchange · Its not the Holy Grail, but after trading this strategy you should be able to afford your own.
msg #54870
9/17/2007 5:28:37 PM

Interesting that when this filter is presently applied to all stocks, and not a watchlist, and when offset 40 or 50 days, ... the majority of the stocks are now losses. Just for fun....Could it be a predictor of future problems?

msg #54843
9/16/2007 7:57:34 PM

TRO: Thanks again. I'm running the filter you indicated as "/* 80% or greater selection criteria */"

Another question, please. Respectfully, you said: "You run the filter when the market is CLOSED. So if you ran it today (Saturday) then you pick stocks to buy at Monday's close.”

My question is this: Your statement means to only BUY stocks at Monday’s close when Monday’s Open is actually below Friday’s Close. Is this correct?


msg #54821
9/15/2007 5:00:02 PM

TRO: Thank you for being so responsive. Now I'll take another look at it.


msg #54819
9/15/2007 4:00:47 PM

TRO: I guess I'm the proverbial dummie who needs all explained to me in infinite detail, but, when you say: "Buy at market close, sell at the open the next session."

Are you saying to run this filter near the end of the day, select from the report for that day and buy stocks (not ever sell) before market close to hold over night, and then, sell at the open at market?

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