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jthehut
124 posts
msg #28426
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9/9/2003 12:17:51 PM


Would people be willing to say pay double our current monthly for REAL-TIME SF to play in???

I know I would...not knowing costs to SF, this doesn't seem much for consumer to pay for this service (if real-time implemented?).

What does everyone think?

M aka jabba


skizrule
2 posts
msg #28434
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9/9/2003 6:01:23 PM

Only if I could elect to stay with the current StockFetcher price scheme and features, since having real-time wouldn't help my trading and would only cost me more for unneeded features.


txtrapper
548 posts
msg #28439
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9/9/2003 6:45:52 PM

SF works well the way it is, I use it mainly for stock picks, I would like to have the option "not to have realtime" if it was offered to everyone.

I use Prophet.net (realtime) for buying and selling decisions.


jthehut
124 posts
msg #28440
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9/9/2003 6:55:40 PM

What about intra-day alerts...ie I will trade many stocks that I don't actively "track" on other programs ie Medved QuoteTracker because lots of sh*t can happen DURING the trading session that you don't know about because you're not watching it! Real-time SF, as I would envision it, would let filters work intra-day, catching other opportunities!

Yeah, or nay?!?

jabba


JoeGrossinger
165 posts
msg #28444
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9/9/2003 10:07:37 PM

YES! Yah sure - You betcha!
The trading possibilities are endless with live data, live filtering and catching your stock in the action.
I would certainly give it a try.

This would only help folks who have no life but to be glued in fron of their monitors all day, but those of us so blessed can find a million uses.



TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #28445
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9/9/2003 10:17:14 PM

You can program esignal to give you real time alerts based on just about any indicator you can think of to use.

There are other systems too.

You guys need to fill up your tool box with some other tools... Instead of trying to make one tool fit all.

"Give a baby a hammer and everything becomes a nail"


EWZuber
1,373 posts
msg #28459
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9/10/2003 4:43:59 PM

I would love to have real time screening capabilities. This would be a huge time saver finding short term positions and day trades.


eyoung
42 posts
msg #28501
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9/11/2003 10:38:09 PM

i use scottrade they do pretty good with there realtime quotes, and only 7 dollars a trade. they have a thing called scottrade elite. I dont day trade but the time i had to look at it during the market seem good to me.
eyoung



eyoung
42 posts
msg #28502
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9/11/2003 10:38:51 PM

i use scottrade they do pretty good with there realtime quotes, and only 7 dollars a trade. they have a thing called scottrade elite. I dont day trade but the time i had to look at it during the market seem good to me.
eyoung



dgvanstr
7 posts
msg #28504
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9/12/2003 12:39:22 AM

Stockfetcher should offer it has an option but not a requirement. I could see where it would be useful if I traded for a living but I don't. I would not be willing to pay more for something I do not use. What about adding some fundamentals to search parameters?


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