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Kody
Kody Oct 14, 17 7:32 PM

If you're looking for free think or swim is probably the best. There are YouTube videos that walk you through how to set it up. When I run it , it picks up every ticker that

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RNTrader832 Oct 15, 17 11:16 PM

I have TOS ,thank you KODY and Palmer I will study your video .Thank you for your support !

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zinedu5
zinedu5 Sep 27, 17 12:22 AM

@punkangel what option in StocksToTrade is free? I know it has $1 for a week and $179/month subscription. please confirm

punkangel
punkangel Sep 27, 17 2:35 AM

@zinedu5 I don't know, that's what I thought, too which is why I haven't used STT. I'd rather put that $179/month into my trading account or savings while I learn for now. I use ThinkOrSwim. It's "free", but you have to put some money into your account to get realtime data. I put $50 into my account, and it also has a paper trading option. I'd much rather use STT (it seems better geared for what I'm doing), but I can always switch later.

zinedu5
zinedu5 Oct 01, 17 10:57 AM

@punkangel I share the same thought with you, that's why i haven't subcribed to STT yet, All i do now is studying but i need a place to practice. ThinkOrSwim you mentioned will be a good place to start from while i continue studying. I know TDAmeritrade owns ThinkOrSwim, did you open a brokerage account with them before you can use the ThinkOrSwim trading platform? what account are you refering to? please help

punkangel
punkangel Oct 01, 17 12:59 PM

@zinedu5 I created an account at TD Ameritrade. That same account is what you use to login to thinkorswim. Until you put some money in the account, you will received delayed data (15 or 30 minutes behind the market). I put in $50 and I get realtime data now, but I've not used them for trading at all. Keep in mind that $50 because, IIRC, they charge $75 to withdraw money? Maybe I read that wrong.

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Palmer

spiking MBRX on beginning clinical trials...well, I'll begin making coffee soon....so what. I believe this will crash.

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Palmer
Palmer Oct 15, 17 12:13 PM

aside from a hard stop or a limit order a good bit away from the actual.

Kody
Kody Oct 15, 17 1:20 PM

Hmm I'll check into it. I don't subscribe to any of the data so maybe that's why? Thanks for the response

Palmer
Palmer Oct 15, 17 5:16 PM

Ahhhh...yeah that might be it. I have the $10 plan I believe for the real time data...makes no sense why we need to pay for real time quotes at all...

Kody
Kody Oct 15, 17 10:52 PM

Yeah no sense at all!

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Lincoln_Hawk Aug 13, 17 11:21 AM

@Palmer has an excellent ABCD scan for TOS. I've found several mid-morning & afternoon setups using it. I'm going to try the "Bullish Trend Scan", and may tweak each one to search for those stocks with high relative volume at the open, as well as ones that do not fall below VWAP for an extended period of time.

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mickd Aug 13, 17 3:38 PM

I use finviz.com, it's free and easy to use. You can check out tutorials online on youtube on how to use it but it's pretty straight forward. I don't remember excatly where but on Tim's website there is an article on pennystocking and there's a small list of presets he talks about you can use.

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mickd Aug 13, 17 3:41 PM

Oh and it only screens NASDAQ, NYSE, AMEX. It doesn't screen Over the counter Stocks. Just set Exchange you want, volume, , market cap and price under 10$. then click on charts and that should get you started. this is only the basics basics but I'm sure you can figure out the rest. Have a good one

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alealvarez

@Palmer Hi Palmer, if I'm correct you shared a website early this year where I could find stocks that have released earning reports for the current day. Would you share that again please? Thanks !

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wannabestocktrader Jul 30, 17 11:47 PM

Great video, thanks for sharing! I totally agree with your thoughts near the end of picking a stock, focusing on it, and solely trading it. I did that with $ASNA, had success, but stopped because I didn't quite understand what I was really doing at the time. Looking back now, and having learned more since, I think it's a viable strategy if you find the right one for yourself, don't get too greedy, and are quick to cut losses to not erase gains.

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Lincoln_Hawk Jul 31, 17 11:55 PM

Good call on HTZ. I've been watching your thinkorswim videos, and started testing the "ABCD" scan with some good results. - Thanks for the great info.

Palmer
Palmer Aug 01, 17 7:18 AM

@wannabestocktrader It can be hard to stay focused on just one or two stocks all the time. When other things are moving and ours are dead in the water...very easy to get pulled away. But, if you can have a few that put in food daily ranges it can pay to keep them on the list.

Palmer
Palmer Aug 01, 17 7:20 AM

@Lincoln_Hawk glad the vids are helping...shoot me ideas and if I have time can see what I can do for others. I missed the $HTZ short yesterday...wow, what a move! Didn't get to my trade desk until after the open and was out of rhythm for a while.

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