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schkube
4 posts
msg #17
Ignore schkube
8/27/2002 3:55:03 PM


Is it possible to create a filter which includes a limit on the market (NASDAQ, DOW)?

If so, how is it done through the text searches?




tomb
261 posts
msg #18
Ignore tomb
8/27/2002 3:57:20 PM


Currently we do support the major U.S. markets. Below are some samples using the appropriate phrasing:

Fetcher[show stocks where the market is NASDAQ]


Fetcher[show stocks where the market is NYSE]



Hope this helps!

Tom.
StockFetcher Support


schkube
4 posts
msg #19
Ignore schkube
8/27/2002 3:59:24 PM


Thanks for the quick response.

I am actually also looking for the major indices (S&P's, NASDAQ-100 etc.) Is it possible to filter using those as well?



tomb
261 posts
msg #20
Ignore tomb
8/27/2002 4:02:02 PM


Unfortunately at this time, we do not have the ability to filter based on the different groupings within the major markets.

I am sure you have already noticed the industries and sectors on the lower left. We will definitely look to add indices in the near future.

Thanks for the feedback!

Tom
StockFetcher Support



somerville1
1 posts
msg #28
Ignore somerville1
8/28/2002 9:07:32 PM

Is there a way to see an index (or relative index) for a sector? For example, how did a given sector do today relative to yesterday? (e.g., up 1%, down 4%, etc.)


defghca
150 posts
msg #490
Ignore defghca
2/20/2003 8:08:49 AM

how about canadian stocks??
market is tsx i.e.toronto
market is vsx i,e, vancouver


TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #27663
Ignore TheRumpledOne
8/2/2003 11:43:07 PM

Is there a way to say... MARKET IS STOCKS?

I have a filter that generates a high hit rate on funds... I don't really want to have to have 3 versions of the same filter for nasday, nyse, and amex.

Any suggestion?




TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #27664
Ignore TheRumpledOne
8/2/2003 11:43:08 PM

Is there a way to say... MARKET IS STOCKS?

I have a filter that generates a high hit rate on funds... I don't really want to have to have 3 versions of the same filter for nasday, nyse, and amex.

Any suggestion?




Bealzebud
3 posts
msg #27671
Ignore Bealzebud
8/3/2003 9:45:01 PM

To "defghca"
To screen Canadian stocks, click on the Canadian flag in the middle of the home page, this will automatically bring you to the Canadian market. Use the same filters.
Good luck



defghca
150 posts
msg #27672
Ignore defghca
8/3/2003 11:01:19 PM

clicking on canadian flag will only bring up tse stocks not vse


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