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To: Steve Felix who wrote (29)8/31/2000 8:26:32 AM
From: ChrisJP
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Thanks Steve,

Now I have something to do this weekend besides relax on the beach and have fun. <g>

Regards,
Chris

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To: B.K.Myers who started this subject8/31/2000 5:28:50 PM
From: Teresa Lo
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First article in a series on Stock Selection:

ispeculator.com

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To: B.K.Myers who wrote (32)8/31/2000 6:15:16 PM
From: mr.bill
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One of my favorite tools for trading involves MACD. Can you or someone who is reading this thread provide me with a link which shows what stocks are crossing the moving average convergence divergence (MACD) on a daily basis? Any help would be most appreciated. Thank you.

Regards, mr.bill

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To: mr.bill who wrote (35)8/31/2000 9:02:52 PM
From: sbt48
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Mr. Bill: I think you can find what you are looking for at www.stockcharts.com under the section called stock scans. It is a wonderful site and I use it for all my charting and read their scans every night.

Susan

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To: mr.bill who wrote (35)8/31/2000 9:07:51 PM
From: B.K.Myers
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Bullish MACD Crossover Screen

stockcharts.com

mr. bill,

this may not be exactly what you are looking for but it might be helpful.

B.K.

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To: B.K.Myers who wrote (37)8/31/2000 10:37:38 PM
From: mr.bill
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Thanks for the link. You too, Susan. This will save me quite a bit of time. I ran the top 50 most actives tonight against quote.com charts and could only come up with a few that had crossed recently. Now I have a better (read easier) way to check out my MACD potential trades. Thanks for your help.

Regards, mr.bill

P.S. The results of my earlier scanning signaled a buy for VOD. I'll nibble tomorrow. Kindly do your own DD.

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To: B.K.Myers who wrote (37)9/1/2000 5:42:24 PM
From: rag2rag
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Thank You BK

you have given me plenty to do for this week-end.

BTW, have you done any work on markets and sectors using the indexes ?

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To: rag2rag who wrote (39)9/1/2000 5:57:28 PM
From: B.K.Myers
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rag2rag,

No, I have not done any market and sector screening using the indexes, but it sounds like an interesting idea. I might give it a try.

I have been having problems accessing the Market Player Screening Engine, so I have been testing the screen at Market Guide that FredE suggested. Looks pretty good so far. I see what it has to offer in the way of the indexes.

B.K.

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To: rag2rag who wrote (39)9/1/2000 6:54:58 PM
From: sbt48
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Dear Rag: Give a try at www.stockcharts. com. It is a really fabulous site and I know they have alot of that kind of thing.

Susan

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To: B.K.Myers who started this subject9/1/2000 10:51:17 PM
From: Bernard Ng
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This is the best and free big board stock screener I've ever used.

bigeasyinvestor.com

Hope this helps.

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