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To: Cush who wrote (803)7/31/2017 11:25:04 AM
From: Kitskid
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Cush,

No.

I do think it is an add-on setting problem on my browser.
I am going to look at it in more detail when I have more time, meanwhile I use another browser.

Thanks for asking.

Kitskid

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From: Cush9/5/2017 11:56:44 AM
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StockCharts.com issue or my ISP?

I have a couple of index charts set for 15 second refresh open on one of my monitors during market hours. Late last week and again today, I am having an issue. I have had to manually update/refresh a few times and right now both charts have changed to reduced settings instead of my default settings.

Is anyone else having this issue?

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To: Cush who wrote (805)9/5/2017 1:35:11 PM
From: Cush
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StockCharts.com now reporting through twitter that both their High-Speed Internet circuits have gone down.

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To: Cush who wrote (805)9/5/2017 1:41:36 PM
From: Joseph Silent
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Thanks for posting that.

I was wondering what was up with them today. For some days in the past few weeks stockcharts service has be absolutely terrible.

Still down now.

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To: Cush who wrote (806)9/5/2017 4:34:15 PM
From: Kitskid
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I still have trouble with StockCharts when using Firefox, but I think it is a settings issue on my computer...

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To: Kitskid who wrote (808)9/5/2017 6:47:13 PM
From: Sweet Ol
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Stockcharts is back up but it is slower than stink. I hope they get their issues fixed before tomorrow.

Blessings,

SOJ

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To: Sweet Ol who wrote (809)9/5/2017 7:14:00 PM
From: Cush
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Seemed to be working normally (fast) for me this evening.

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To: Cush who wrote (810)9/5/2017 7:22:17 PM
From: Sweet Ol
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Now up to speed for me too.

Blessings,

SOJ

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To: Cush who wrote (786)9/9/2017 5:58:26 PM
From: Underexposed
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I am a heavy of Stockcharts.com charts. I only use its free service as it is adequate to my needs.

I have had a look at the free SCTR and it looks interesting though it is a bit limiting on Toronto stocks since it seems to lump the Venture and TSX together as well you cannot sort out sectors and industries.

I assume this is possible with full membership.

I tested the tickers it chose and they seem pretty good. Much better than their technical scans in my opinion.

Could you comment on your usage of this interesting application?

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To: Underexposed who wrote (812)9/9/2017 7:14:27 PM
From: Cush
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Hi Underexposed,

I have been a subscriber for over 16 years now. In that time, I have gone through periods of using the scan engine a lot, reading tons of the great information on the site, and trying almost every indicator for at least a short time.

The SCTR does look very interesting and I have it as one of the 10 indicators on my default charts. I added it after reading a great blog by Chip Anderson (I think). Or it might have been an article he wrote for the Newsletter.

The SCTR is there but I don't really use (other than confirmation of what I am seeing) or rely on it.

My go-to indicators, arrived at after a lot of years of trial and error, are CMF, PMO, the EMA's (I use 20, 50, and 200), ADX, MACD, and Full Stochastic. Of those, the EMA's and ADX are critical to most of my decisions.

Someone else here on the forum may have a better perspective on the SCTR.

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