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MALLOWAY
2 posts
msg #32916
Ignore MALLOWAY
8/22/2004 12:28:38 PM

IS THERE ANY WAY TO SCREEN FOR STOCKS OVER A CERTAIN MARKET CAP. I.M RECENTLY SUBCRIBED AND HAVE ALOT OF QUESTIONS THAT I HOPE WILL GET ANSWERED AS I THROW ALOT AGAINST THE WALL TO SEE WHAT STICKS. BUT AT TIMES I LIKE TO SCREEN DIFFERENT MARKET CAPS. LIKE OVER 1B OR BETWEEN 1B AND 500M.



TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #32919
Ignore TheRumpledOne
8/22/2004 12:53:24 PM

Hi and welcome!

I remember what it was like when I was new to StockFetcher.

I would suggest you download the StockFetcher manual and read it... at least twice!

About 90% of what you are looking for is in there.

Then read the forums to see how others have implemented filters. You may just learn a trick or two.

Finally, always remember this: IT'S NOT WHAT YOU TRADE BUT HOW YOU TRADE IT!.

Selecting stocks is not the same as trading stocks. You can pick a winner but wind up losing money on the trade because you failed to take profits when you could.

Don't waste your time debating online. An easy trap to fall into, I SHOULD KNOW. If you are new at this game, I would suggest picking ONE GOOD stock and trading it over and over and over again until you have mastered your trading technique. Stocks go up and down, when you learn when to enter and exit for profit on a consistent basis, you'll know you are ready to move on to trading other stocks. Don't worry about what other stocks or traders are doing. FOCUS ON YOUR STOCK AND YOUR ACCOUNT!

MAY ALL YOUR FILLS BE COMPLETE.


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