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ronun
27 posts
msg #94948
Ignore ronun
7/21/2010 2:54:01 AM

I use 4 watch lists and want to identify which watch lists apply for each stock the filter returns. This would provide some measure of confidence if, for example, all 4 filters are involved in a given stock.

Kevin_in_GA
4,553 posts
msg #94949
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
7/21/2010 7:59:01 AM

Check on the main page - there is a "analyze symbol" capability on the right hand side about halfway down. Type in a symbol and it will tell you if it is picked up by any of your saved filters.

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