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johnng74
9 posts
msg #69039
Ignore johnng74
11/6/2008 3:48:06 AM

This maybe a silly question. During the trading hours, when we do the filter on "open" is it the open of the current trading day, or is it the open of the previous trading day?

I guess that my question is what time during the day the definition of 'open' gets reset?

Let's say, we are at 10am Thursday now, does open mean the open of 9:30am Thurs, or 9:30am Wed? If we are at 5:00pm, then, does open mean the price at 9:30am Thursday?

Thanks
John



chetron
2,817 posts
msg #69041
Ignore chetron
modified
11/6/2008 6:40:18 AM

IT DOESN'T MATTER WHAT TIME IT IS. WHEN THE FILTER RESULTS DATE DISPLAYED CHANGES YOU ARE IN THE NEXT DAY.

IF SF KNEW WHAT THE OPEN WAS GOING TO BE TOMORROW, WE WOULD ALL BE MILLIONAIRES. LOL.


heypa
283 posts
msg #69058
Ignore heypa
11/6/2008 11:43:06 AM

It is always reset to the latest open figure in the data bank. IMHO

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