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The Big Easy has an internal link which breaks out an automated scan of just about anything a short term investor would be interested in if the short term investor is technically minded.

A run down the tickers that it yields daily will many times unveil some very explosive small and large cap stocks. Picking the best from that list is something I do at times and then I run those through askResearch to measure entry or exit timing.

I linked both tools below as well as a real time news feed.

Enjoy!

Please post on topic only. The topic is technical stock movement, charts, picks and tools that you use.


TOOL BAR:

Scan Engines

Stockcharts.com Charts scans:
stockcharts.com

CNBC scan:
cnbc.com
(works with MAC)

Technical Tools

askResearch:
askresearch.com

Prophet Charts
prophetfinance.com

News

Live news feed:
newstraders.com

Double click a headline to get the full wire feed story.

A link back to the Ask Vendit thread:
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135[Poll]Vendit™-September 22
134 ringtailtom-6/9/2006
133ANY LIFE HERE ?ringtailtom-6/9/2006
132testVendit™-6/9/2005
131LU askresearch.com Neutral in spite of MACD signal. ************* JDSU askresVendit™-10/2/2000
130MMK Im going to probably do two this weekend. There are a few people from the AVendit™-9/11/2000
129Vendit, would love to have a voice chat. Sunday afternoon? MMKMMK-9/11/2000
128<i>Appreciate the input..MMK</i> How about a voice chat next weekenVendit™-9/10/2000
127Vendit, Are you saying that the gap-up created the new trendline support? I MMK-9/10/2000
126<i>Thanks for the supports on DIGL. Although I am lost when you say that tVendit™-9/10/2000
125<i>What do you use for scans? </i> I am presently using this threaVendit™-9/10/2000
124NASDAQ on the backside...lolol But, you have to admit, CPB may be right up therMMK-9/10/2000
123What do you use for scans? BTW, I always find myself double checking that I havTomato-9/10/2000
122I put the tool in the header for MAC users. I can also use it and did the MACVendit™-9/10/2000
121Elepet, as you may know, I have a Mac. This thread is very helpful: Subject 124Carolyn-9/10/2000
120Hey, nothing wrong with CPB! Mmmm mmmm good! Where do you do your scans, Reid? Tomato-9/10/2000
119That would be great, Reid. It's a java applet that works on Windows as well avanti77-9/10/2000
118As you can see I was doing a blind scan with my eyes open.<g> It shows me Vendit™-9/10/2000
117Vendit, cpb..Campbells Soup! LOLOL Pickings are getting slim heh? Could you MMK-9/10/2000
116I dont like the NASDAQ chart as of this minute and will probably remain cash at Vendit™-9/10/2000
115Eleanor You may find the answers to many of your TA questions on the main threVendit™-9/10/2000
114I'm new to this thread and have it bookmarked because it seems sensible and elepet-9/10/2000
113Would you like me to put this scan tool for MAC in the thread header? cnbc.comVendit™-9/10/2000
112Donna, thank you so much. That is great!Carolyn-9/9/2000
111Carolyn, Found this scanning tool that works on a Mac today: cnbc.com Donnaavanti77-9/9/2000
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