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papagatorga
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msg #27561
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7/25/2003 7:01:15 AM

I am convinced it is as simple as Supply and Demand. But what is the best way to measure Supply and Demand, my guess is Volume. Anyone have reasonable success with a Volume scan you are willing to share? I would like to paper trade it for a month. Thanks in advance.


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