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karennma
6,830 posts
msg #90885
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4/7/2010 3:12:08 PM

TODAY looks like beginning of a correction to me ....
???


karennma
6,830 posts
msg #90886
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4/7/2010 3:31:35 PM

Man o' man!
AIG is gonna be a helluva short!


karennma
6,830 posts
msg #90887
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4/7/2010 3:51:40 PM

Look at AIG chart last 10 minutes of trading ... UNREAL!!


karennma
6,830 posts
msg #91328
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modified
4/17/2010 10:49:35 AM

Yes, I AM concerned.
OR ... Is Obama's "no more bailouts", MORE smoke n' mirrors?


Sedul
2 posts
msg #93901
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6/16/2010 10:20:38 AM

Where do I find a listing of Indexs in Stockfetcher

jrbikes
624 posts
msg #93902
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6/16/2010 10:37:17 AM

FRE FNM can you say DELISTEEEEEEEEEEEEEDDDDDDDD!

johnpaulca
11,309 posts
msg #93903
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6/16/2010 10:49:56 AM

I own FRE....I am underwater...yikes

ericeira
21 posts
msg #118313
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modified
2/21/2014 7:57:09 PM

Can this be coded in stock fetcher ?

For example, the insightful Lowry Research Corporation conducted an exhaustive study of every market top since the Great Depression and found that the number of individual stocks participating in a bull market clearly declined as the index hit a major peak. Put another way, participation in a bull market fades as individual stocks enter their own private bear markets well before the market peaks. Here is a quick snapshot of their findings when observing the 14 major tops between 1929 and 2007, which is quite astounding.

When the Dow Jones Industrial Average reached its absolute peak:

The average percentage of stocks also making new highs on that day was 6.38%
The average percentage of stocks within 2% of their 52-week highs was 16.54%
The average percentage of stocks 20% or more below their 52-week highs was 22.26%
The average percentage of stocks 30% or more below their 52-week highs was 10.97%



http://www.financialsense.com/contributors/chris-puplava/biggest-outflows-stocks-decade-suggests-capitulation


Eman93
4,659 posts
msg #118372
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modified
2/25/2014 12:16:39 AM

yes I think so.. search and see if someone has created it.
Stock charts prob has what your looking for, the have all kinds of different index and analytic charts.
Here is a start



http://stockcharts.com/public/1130973/chartbook/258677717;

ericeira
21 posts
msg #118396
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2/26/2014 6:55:07 PM

Still need help
If I start this way
market is S&P1500
close > 10
dividend yield > 1%
how can I incorporate the percentage of stocks within 2% of their 52 week high as well as the percentage of stocks 20% or more below their 52 week high as an output in relation to the above .

Thank you Eman93


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