I took a peek at NASDAQ.COM and found it pretty good, and have added it to my favorite places. ,,, I liked the way YAHOO let you shift quickly between symbols, looks like Nasdaq sort of expects that you have some list working. I don't always have that, but I am very good at fliping to charts or message boards from a Yahoo portfolio watch list. . I was using Tradingview,com and StockChart. com today for some work. Today, I was really interested in seeing the volume on a minute by minute basis, and that aspect of research was weak in Yahoo anyway. I found it in one of the others I was trying out. But I see that the NASDAQ.COM seems to show volume much nicer. with a curser to let you scroll to any minute you need to see volume . (I had put in a $33.80 bid on some MAS shares today, and I found that the price had dipped and touched that price very briefly during the afternoon, for maybe for only 1 minute or 2. I was really curious to see what the amount of volume was to see if I might have stood a chance to be lucky). Yahoo does not show the size of volume. I see the Nasdaq does a nice job with that. (I don't normally get worked up over volume, just wondering if I got lucky with todays activity, and I did!).
Well, the question now is ..... what charts and message boards are good to use???
That is to say, if we have to migrate elsewhere.
, where can we go to get the type of support we were used to?.
I use the portfolios a lot, to keep track of my stuff and I am very used to them..
Hope they do not change them. .
Well, I am. This is a big step back. And just when I was getting comfortable with the last changes..
Surly YAHOO cannot be doing this because of the type of chatter on the Boards? In spite of a wide variety of stuff there, I can at least find out some things easily and with some degree of accuracy.thru yu folks.
I would like the old stuff back..