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    for several days I have been unable to get any information when checking a participant's move `from where.'
    On the `Standings & allocations' page, clicking any name does not tell me what their moves have been, just a line of zeroes. This is on both Firefox and IE, so I don't think it is my machine - tho anything is possible with it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by grandma View Post
    for several days I have been unable to get any information when checking a participant's move `from where.'
    On the `Standings & allocations' page, clicking any name does not tell me what their moves have been, just a line of zeroes. This is on both Firefox and IE, so I don't think it is my machine - tho anything is possible with it!!
    I noticed that myself. I was keeping a tally of who makes the best entries and who makes the best exits and now I can't.
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    Thanks folks! Adding the account talk and profile links changed a few things. I think I have it working now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsptalk View Post
    . I think I have it working now.
    Yes - thank you - now I can see where Judy & Viva La Migra made those moves...
    S&S usually is from F -
    An armed man is a citizen, an unarmed man is a subject.
    (from an Australian)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpcavin View Post
    I noticed that myself. I was keeping a tally of who makes the best entries and who makes the best exits and now I can't.
    How's this work not that it will help me much!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FAB1 View Post
    How's this work not that it will help me much!?
    Better yet, where is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FAB1 View Post
    How's this work not that it will help me much!?
    Well, you get a price history of an index (I prefer NASDAQ) and highlight the lowest and highest prices for a set period of time (say 1 year). Go through each member account and plot their moves. Go back to the list and see who made entries and exits on the best and worst days. Voila! You can pick one person for your entry and one person for your exit. I have not done anything with it other than collect data. I prefer to learn TA but could be a nice interim for those that know nothing Things I do when I'm bored. Don't shoot me.
    Last edited by jpcavin; 09-08-2011 at 10:27 AM. Reason: typo
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