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sfbug
20 posts
msg #56969
Ignore sfbug
11/24/2007 8:56:17 PM

Stockfetcher now has a tab on the home page for market Technicals.
Would anyone besides me want to see graphs of these market technicals over time - For example a graph of
the number of Bullish Engulfing candlesticks over time?

Also would anyone like to see a graph of the number of NASDAQ stocks that are above their ma(50)?

Sfbug
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nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #56974
Ignore nikoschopen
11/24/2007 11:45:09 PM

That would indeed be nice, but what I REALLY want to see is how the stock is performing in comparison to its respective industry/sector. For example, is AAPL trading above its industry peers (eg. Communication Equipment) and, if so, by how much.

marine2
829 posts
msg #56976
Ignore marine2
11/25/2007 2:20:21 AM

Wouldn't it be nice if SF could pull hot info off the wire and let us know when a company is about to be bought out from another company. Or, when the big executives are secretly buying lots of shares of their companies stock. Or, watching what the big boys are purchasing like Mr. Bill Gates and Warren Buffet .

Things of that nature. That would add some zing to an already great site.

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