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Re: [sharechat] Markets

From: Holden Glova <>
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 23:00:46 +1300

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Thank you Hans, I've bookmarked it :)

On Wed, 18 Dec 2002 22:48,  Hans van der Voorn wrote:
> Holden,
> If you an information junkie, you could also try this site
> Some of the information is premium but a lot is free. You can register for
> a series of free daily emails commenting mainly on technical issues with a
> bias to looking at option volumes and quantitative measures of market
> sentiment. They seem to take the contrarian view that positive market
> sentiment means the market is more likely to drop.
> regards
> Hans
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Holden Glova" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2002 6:56 PM
> Subject: Re: [sharechat] Markets
> Thank you for your reply Morgy. I haven't checked out the NYSE or Nasdaq
> sites
> but will do so after dark once my chores are done. I've bookmarked the
> site - thanks. does a pretty nice
> free charting (and limited filtering) service for free for the NYSE. Their
> java applet for charting lets you draw some really nice stuff compared to
> bigcharts java applet which is kind of buggy on my system (sometimes fails
> to
> load with my settings). Sure it is no metastock...but it is pretty nice.
> Also
> interesting to note how much more information is available is for free if
> you
> are examining the NYSE. For example, my filtering service
> has some extra abilities for filtering compared to their industry index and
> comparing the strength versus other indexes like the S&P 500 etc..
> Armed with more information, and what looks like a market that follows the
> patterns described in the books I have been reading - it should be easier
> to win, shouldn't it? I am not saying winning will be easy. I just think
> that the risk could be reduced somewhat versus markets that are not as
> active such
> as the ASX and the NZSE. Thoughts on this anyone?
> On Wed, 18 Dec 2002 09:48, Morgy wrote:
> > Holden
> >
> > The NZ Stanz website is , there is a links section to the
> > other TA professional  associations (IFTA) around the world on it, the
> > aussie site is particulalry good, they offer a diploma course through
> there
> > assocation linked to the asx securities diploma.
> >
> > Yes, if you are an end of day trader you may find that works for you. The
> > Nasdaq and I am sure NYSE have software that shows the trading floor live
> > during trading, offering depth, volume and hot market section reactors,
> you
> > have probably been to both those sites, I was gob smacked at the
> > sophistication and information available on those sites about the
> > markets, particularly how trades actually worked which is quite different
> > to NZ & ASX.
> >
> > A site I quite like is as it has great US info
> > and also email alerts which you can setup so if a stock goes up or down
> > while you are aslep to a predetermined level you are sleeping you will
> > get an email that day advising you of the change. As I write this one has
> > come into my email folder.
> >
> > Re books, I recomend a solid "base book" for "encyclopedic" information
> > such as Murphys "Technical analysis of the financial markets", he also
> > has a web site that offers a free trial period.
> >
> > I hope this helps and good luck
> >
> > Regards
> >
> > Morgy

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Holden Glova
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