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free92last
free92last Jan 29, 18 12:07 PM

How do you find your tickers for a swing?

cole99
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cole99 Jan 29, 18 12:47 PM

Finviz, those are 200 MA plays.

Lorenzo85
Lorenzo85 Jan 29, 18 3:31 PM

@cole99 may I ask how do you set up your screener for swing trading?

cole99
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cole99 Jan 29, 18 3:59 PM

Current and average volume over 1 million, price crossed above 200 MA, and I trade different priced stocks. Thats just the screener for this wishlist.

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Kody
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Kody Jan 24, 18 10:45 AM

For IB’s data I recommend (all are listed under North America) for level 1: OTC Markets ($3/month), Nasdaq (Network C) $1.50/month, NYSE (Network A) $1.50/month, Amex (Network B) $1.50/month, OPRA (if you want to trade options) (fee waived if you do over $20/month in commissions). If you also want level 2 I recommend Nasdaq Totalview-Openview ($15/month) and OTC level 2 ($15/month) Source: https://www.goodetrades.com/faq/

KTM4NICK
KTM4NICK Jan 24, 18 11:13 AM

just use think or swim for charting and level 2

KTM4NICK
KTM4NICK Jan 24, 18 11:13 AM

its free, IB is also my broker

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aprilove
aprilove Dec 11, 17 11:26 AM

I thought Stocks to Trade is offering Paper trading too? Coz I plan to use it so that we get use to STT.what you guys think.

puffdaddy
puffdaddy Dec 11, 17 12:40 PM

thinkorswim has a pretty good paper trading platform

Lorenzo85
Lorenzo85 Dec 11, 17 12:45 PM

what about pre-market scanners? any recommendations?

popsmoto
popsmoto Jun 09, 18 1:06 PM

@aprilove STT does have paper trading. I signed up for the annual. saved a few hundred dollars. Huge difference in spotting moving stocks and patterns you want to play. Im up 8K paper trading after a few losses with real money, I went back to the drawing board.

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