About StockFetcher Forums
The StockFetcher forums were created primarily as a central location for StockFetcher users to exchange ideas and help each other. Additionally, the forums serve as a global support tool for the StockFetcher administrators.
Through the interaction on these forums, answers by the StockFetcher support staff to questions from individual StockFetcher users may be beneficial to all users. While StockFetcher administrators will happily answer direct email questions, use of the forums for questions and comments is strongly encouraged!
Beyond general site discussion, the forums serve as a great means for reporting possible problems with the site and submitting comments that would help StockFetcher grow. Much of StockFetcher's growth comes from user feedback -- so the more feedback, the better the product becomes!
Finally, the StockFetcher support team uses the forums to alert users of new features as soon as the features become available. Instead of mass-emailing all of the StockFetcher users, the support team will post the new features and enhancements to the site immediately!
Rules, Abuse, and Moderators
The StockFetcher discussion areas are moderated. We try to do our best to maintain the applicability of the posts on the site. Additionally, we reserve the right to remove any post for whatever reason we deem necessary. If you feel that a post of yours has been removed unnecessarily, please don't hesitate to contact us about the post in question. Additionally, if you feel another user is abusing the system, let us know immediately at either email@example.com or through the Email Us button at the bottom of this page.
Fetcher Phrase Posting
Do you have a filter you want others to see?
If so, simply enclose it in Fetcher[...] syntax. For example:
Fetcher[price between 10 and 50 and ma(10) crossed above ma(50)]
price between 10 and 50 and ma(10) crossed above ma(50)
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