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BEVIL1
14 posts
msg #53193
Ignore BEVIL1
7/17/2007 1:44:50 PM

Sorry Iím new to SF so I'm not sure where to post this question. But Iím interested in creating a filter were I can either select a market sector or sort through market sectors to retrieve either the top or bottom sectors. Has anyone tried anything like this?
Bevil1

astroanalyst
48 posts
msg #53225
Ignore astroanalyst
7/18/2007 11:53:53 AM

Welcome to SF, BEVIL1...

Try this: http://beta.stockfetcher.com/sfhelp/proxysearch.php?isiframe=&q=sector&restrict=Help

For more info, click on the Help link (top right side of the page)...

HTH...

lockwhiz
206 posts
msg #53235
Ignore lockwhiz
7/18/2007 3:14:17 PM

Yepher has a great site showing a easy to view version of the STOCKFETCHER user manual....

and includes alot of examples on how to use the commands here !!!

... ...check out his page !


YEPHER - STOCKFETCHER

or looking back into the forums, here is a great posting :

using INDUSTRY SECTORS and EXCHANGES


BEVIL1
14 posts
msg #53248
Ignore BEVIL1
7/19/2007 1:32:20 AM

Thanks for the information.
bevil1-

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