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To: Robert C. Hilliard who wrote (955)5/15/1997 4:04:00 PM
From: yugo
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Robert, thanks for your looking at all of the data and your comments. I had already made the new list so I can't look at the data for SCOT. I have removed the estimated channels (low and high) because the program now looks for rollers on the uptrend and downtrend. The rollers in the new list look a little better for the high and middle priced bunches.

Thanks,

Mike

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To: yugo who wrote (953)5/15/1997 4:07:00 PM
From: yugo
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NEWEST ROLLING STOCKS LIST UP. Improved formula for selecting high and middle priced stocks. Also, the program will find stocks that may be rolling on the uptrend or downtrend as well as stocks with an even trend. I am trying to look at the lower and penny priced stocks formulas and making improvements. List is up to date as of TODAY. I have removed the estimated buy and sell points since it won't work for stocks on the uptrend or downtrend (the buy and sell points increase or decrease with the trend accordingly).

Enjoy,

Mike

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To: yugo who wrote (957)5/15/1997 4:40:00 PM
From: yugo
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Also, improved charting for lower and penny priced stocks with form available on rolling stocks page.

mylink.net 

Mike

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To: bottomfish who wrote ()5/16/1997 10:27:00 AM
From: RichN
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NetProphet's URL

For those who may me interested, you can download NetProphet at the following address:

neural.com 

Rich

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To: yugo who wrote (957)5/16/1997 2:44:00 PM
From: Paul Vinarub
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Hi Yugo:

I am new to this thread but am familiar with W/C rolling stocks.
How do I gain access to this rolling stock list?

Thanks
Vin-Man

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To: Paul Vinarub who wrote (960)5/16/1997 2:52:00 PM
From: RichN
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Vin-Man,

Look up a couple entries to #958. It has the URL to Mike's Rolling Stock page.

Rich

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To: yugo who wrote (958)5/16/1997 10:08:00 PM
From: bottomfish
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To Mike or Anybody. Investools nor Yahoo provide good quality charts for penny stocks or OBB: stocks. That is all I want to do now is to roll real low price stocks. But Charting is critical.

Bart

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To: bottomfish who wrote (962)5/17/1997 11:32:00 AM
From: yugo
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Barton, investools is the only place that I have found that even has BB stocks in their database, so I don't know where else to send folks. I can easily look at my stocks with my programs and end of day data, but the only link to others that I could find that had free charting of BB stocks was investools. What sort of problems or inaccuracies are you finding with their free charting?

Mike

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To: yugo who wrote (963)5/17/1997 1:24:00 PM
From: Vesty
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Mike and ALL
For those with access to AOL, charts are free and most penny stocks are available.

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To: yugo who wrote (963)5/17/1997 11:09:00 PM
From: bottomfish
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Many times the chart is incomplete or they do not daily flucuations clearly when the stock goes under $1.00. I will probably use a discount broker charting system.

With all of these stocks coming to you web site, how succesful are in monetary terms while trading stock. I hope you have gain financially with your services.

Bart

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