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UNITED
81 posts
msg #49286
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1/15/2007 10:04:45 PM

How can I find IPO'S that just started trading within the last 5 days???


juha
52 posts
msg #49292
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1/16/2007 2:33:51 AM

http://www.earnings.com/ipo_week.asp?date=20070116&client=cb


UNITED
81 posts
msg #49317
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1/16/2007 9:38:27 PM

Thank you......


miko
68 posts
msg #49384
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1/19/2007 12:27:22 PM

I think you can use stockfetcher to find ipos by creating a filter that selects stocks where the close n days ago is below 0. Apparently there are also a few stocks that would be found by using the close n days ago equals 0.


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