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General Discussion · T line crossover
msg #123709
5/4/2015 12:15:10 AM

Sounds like this person asking someone to help him with their problem has presented this situation before. And was told before to study the manual and learn by writing his own code. Since this person didn't demand someone write him a filter I think he has every right to ask. I say, if you don't like a request being made please ignore it. Simple as that.

General Discussion · Green Arrow Buy Indicator Missing
msg #123256
3/18/2015 10:23:39 PM

If any of you own an Apple I-Pad, are you having the same problem I am having where using any filter and that filter's results will not show green arrow buy indicators when you pull up its chart? This feature works in our desk top computer and also our lap top computer yet the green arrow indicators will not show up in the Apple I-Pad using StockFetchers app? StockFetcher says they see no need to look into this problem because not enough interest from Apple I-Pad users. If you are having the same problem I am having please inform StockFetcher and let them know more than myself have this problem. Thank you!

StockFetcher for iPad · Question for StockFetcher Staff
msg #123211
3/15/2015 10:59:36 PM

As of 03/15/15, I still see no green buy arrows when pulling up an individual chart created via one of my filters from StockFetchers system. Since my earlier request was the last request anyone has asked for probably for reasons of lack of Apple I-Pad interest from the clients of StockFetcher, StockFetcher decided it didn't merit looking into / fixing. With as much interest people in general are having with the Apple I-Pad and a % of those Apple I-Pad clients being members here in StockFetcher you would think someone besides myself is having this same green arrow buy problem in the charts? What say you StockFetcher Personnel?

General Discussion · Search button?
msg #121675
10/8/2014 4:35:04 PM

Thanks to both of you. Any closer to me it would have bit me. I remember in earlier years the search area was on the bottom of our screens. Obviously I haven't searched anything in here in quite awhile and when the other person voiced his concern on not being able to find the search window I looked for it. But, all is well, and everything is right with the world (well not quite). Thanks for the follow-up.

General Discussion · Search button?
msg #121670
10/7/2014 11:58:04 PM

StockFetcher I agree with this person in not finding the search window area. It used to be located at the bottom of our screen in the forum section but now it's gone? And no I have no so called extension that is blocking it. If it is supposed to be available where is it now? Did you move it and if so where did you move it to?

StockFetcher for iPad · Question for StockFetcher Staff
msg #121610
9/29/2014 12:34:49 AM

I still notice no update on my request. Without having the ability to see our green arrow buy indicators using our I-Pad gives us no historical graph data for us to go back on to see how our filter performed previous days, weeks, months, and even years. On my computer I can see these green arrow buy indicators when I go into the historical mode of StockFetcher's graphs. I however, can not see the green arrow buy indicators if I go into the months graphic modes. But, on my computer I still can see the green buy arrows under historical graphic mode.

Still awaiting SF to revise the Apple I-Pad to incorporate the green arrow buy indicators.

Thank you.

Filter Exchange ·  Request to StockFetcher Staff
msg #121533
9/18/2014 2:48:58 AM

Thank you S.F. staff. I hope you choose to go with my request.

Filter Exchange ·  Request to StockFetcher Staff
msg #121504
9/15/2014 5:37:42 PM

Could you please add an identifier in our process when tagging a filtered stock for "buying". The identifier would show which filter we used (in our "My Filter's" list) and it would show on this particular stock's chart next to its "buy" point-in-time. This way when looking at this particular stocks chart I can see which filter I used at that particular "buy" time (example: chart shows a "buy" flag and with it it shows the filter number from the "My Filter" list). Other wise, when looking back in time at the graph listings or line listings (when you call up all your "buys" and even "sells" you wouldn't know what filter you used when buying that stock. Please tell me you can do this for us. This identifier (what filter we used to "buy" this stock) is important to not only myself but many others as well.

Thank you StockFetcher.

General Discussion · positive returns
msg #121407
8/28/2014 2:26:52 PM

Because the backtesting mechanism has many variables you can choose from picking the right ones for your specific filter does affect its results. Try testing those variables and settle in on just the right mix to help give you the better results you are yearning for. Happy investing and good luck!

General Discussion · S&P 500 list isn't up to date
msg #121406
8/28/2014 2:18:52 PM

It looks like it's time SF writes a note reminding themselves to constantly recheck the index numbers content for accuracy. It's obvious their data provider is not accurate with up to the minute changes or even daily batch changes. To save SF's quality integrity it would behoove them in either finding a better provider or making sure their current provider is truly fixing this important problem. Having current accurate information is the foundation in keeping their customers happy.

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