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    Seems Google wants to be in the business of delivering free, real-times quotes as well...
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    http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2007/...-for-free.html

    Real-time quotes for free
    1/11/2007 09:16:00 PM

    Posted by Katie Jacobs Stanton, Group Product Manager

    At Google, we get excited about making all kinds of information accessible to everyone. The more up-to-date the information, the more valuable it is. This is particularly true in the world of finance; information, and timing of that information, is money. Today, real-time quotes are not freely and easily available on the web. Some websites offer one real-time quote at a time, but typically only after you have enrolled in a service and/or signed a complicated legal agreement. Other sites approach the problem differently and show you streaming delayed data, but that doesn't solve the problem either -- it masks it. What's really important is getting free, easy and fast access to real-time quotes so you know how the market or your company is doing now, not as of twenty minutes ago.

    As a result, we've worked with the SEC, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and our D.C. trade association, NetCoalition, to find a way to bring stock data to Google users in a way that benefits users and is practical for all parties. We have encouraged the SEC to ensure that this data can be made available to our users at fair and reasonable rates, and applaud their recent efforts to review this issue. Today, the NYSE has moved the issue a great step forward with a proposal to the SEC which if approved, would allow you to see real-time, last-sale prices across all Google properties including Google Finance, Personalized Google, Mobile, and of course, Google.com. It won't matter if you're on Wall Street or Main Street -- you'll have free, easy and fast access to real-time prices from NYSE on Google.

    So stay tuned on our progress with this. We're excited that financial data as we know it is about to change. In the meantime, set up your portfolio on Google Finance today.


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    I use an online broker to do most of my TA on the TSP funds, especially with DWCP/F since Yahoo doesn't have longer charts for that ticker. Hopefully google will offer more power TA tools than Yahoo, although Yahoo has improved with its newer charts software. In the big picture of things, the more people that learn tech analysis, the more there will be predictability and movements based on TA in the indices. Plus, days that yahoo and stockcharts may be slow or down, now there will be google. Thanks for sharing the news, I'll bookmark it.

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    That's some great news, Chem!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fedgolfer View Post
    I use an online broker to do most of my TA on the TSP funds, especially with DWCP/F since Yahoo doesn't have longer charts for that ticker.
    Looks like Google also is limited to 5 days history of DWCPF

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    I don't know if this is DWCPF, but it shows the whole banana. Thank Showme.
    http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=$EM...d=p55192775979
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    Quote Originally Posted by nnuut View Post
    I don't know if this is DWCPF, but it shows the whole banana. Thank Showme.
    http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=$EM...d=p55192775979
    It's not the float adjusted one, which tends to give a more accurate picture. That's the symbol I use on stockcharts.com also.

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    Hi all

    I have been using CBS MArketwatch They have an advanced section which has all the charts and they are free. Happy Trading.

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    One way to get there is to hit market tools then go to Market overview and bring up one of the charts DJIA etc. from there you can enter the DWCP or EFA . To get into the Advance graphs you have to register but it is free. Than you can enter the different charts macd slow stock etc,

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