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IQ Chart - Live Discussions with Subscribers and Staff
An SI Board Since October 2001
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Emcee:  John Busby Type:  Unmoderated
This message board holds periodic live discussions where IQ Chart Subscribers can ask questions and discuss IQ Chart software with staff members and other IQ Chart users.

Thanks to everyone who contributed to the first live discussion. Feel free to read the transcripts below. The conversation starts at Post #1. We only had a few participants, but some good material was covered and there are some good tips you can read through.

If you wanted to participate, but didn't, please let us know why (e.g. it was a bad time for me, I was looking for stock tips, etc.)

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24<b>Momentum</b> NasdaqMaster -- I am by no means an expert myself,John Busby-10/2/2001
23John, What is your feeling towards using Momentum as an indicator. As a novice NasdaqMaster-10/2/2001
22realtimeuser -- We'd like to add options data, but need to do a back-end prJohn Busby-10/2/2001
21<b>Explaining the IQC Zone Ratio</b> Thanks for asking this questioJohn Busby-10/2/2001
20realtimeuser -- You can pretty much do any scan provided it uses the pre-definJohn Busby-10/2/2001
19one more thing, when will you have options data!!!???realtimeuser-10/2/2001
18I also like the MARKET window. Could you explain what the iqc ratio is? thank yrealtimeuser-10/2/2001
17That's cool. How about a stochastics crossover scan? %K under %D and fallirealtimeuser-10/2/2001
16<b>Good stochastics scan</b> realtimeuser -- Below is a scan formJohn Busby-10/2/2001
15cccarli -- Thanks for joining the discussion! Based on the feedback I'veJohn Busby-10/2/2001
14<b>Slow vs. Fast Stochastics</b> realtimeuser -- IQ Chart uses sloJohn Busby-10/2/2001
13Hey John, Thanks for this opportunity. A buddy of mine has IQ charts, and reallcccarli-10/2/2001
12VJ, How would you like us to contribute to the list of pre-defined scans? WoulJohn Busby-10/2/2001
11<b>Simple vs Exponential Moving Averages</b> A simple moving averagJohn Busby-10/2/2001
10John, Can/Will IQC contribute to the list of predefined scans. Quotes Plus doevljahn-10/2/2001
9ok, thanks for the explanation. To be honest, I am not sure of the difference beNasdaqMaster-10/2/2001
8Anybody have good scans for stochastics?realtimeuser-10/2/2001
7Do you have fast or slow stochastics on IQ Chart?realtimeuser-10/2/2001
6<b>How to search for a ticker symbol</b> Step 1: Click on the "John Busby-10/2/2001
5<b>How to create your own scan</b> Step 1: Click on the Scan buttonJohn Busby-10/2/2001
4Nasdaqmaster -- Welcome to the discussion! To set your moving averages, clickJohn Busby-10/2/2001
3<b>One of my favorite scans.</b> Sometimes on down days, I don'John Busby-10/2/2001
2John, I have had trouble changing my moving average settings. Can you give someNasdaqMaster-10/2/2001
1<b>IQ Chart Members -- </b> Thanks to everyone who comes to this weJohn Busby-10/2/2001
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