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    Default Re: S Fund Charts

    I find it frustrating that whether you're talking about the W4500 or DWCPF you can't look at anything more than the past 5 days, when we know that they did in fact exist 6 days ago.. That's not a TSP Talk issue, but I wonder if anyone here knows of a good explanation for that.

    As always I give a kudos to Tom and this site for being comprehensive, and for being proactive in dealing with changes and issues that may concern us.

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    I was turned on to www.freestockcharts.com by members of this board. It will go back 2 years in daily mode for all of our "BIG 4" fund indices. In other words ^DWCPF, EFA, S&P500, and AGG. Not hard to set up and highly interactive. Even I can do it . I've quit looking at the Yahoo charts since I was turned on to this. I treat the 4 charts at the bottom of Toms site as quick looks now and I am grateful that he has put kept them here.
    Now the freestockchart site doesn't answer the 5 day DWCPF problem, but it is one way to get around it for us penny pinchers. And since this is about the S fund... I might also suggest throwing in IWM (Russell 2000) and IWR (Russel Mid Caps) if you use this.
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    Default Re: S Fund Charts

    How about EMW for Wilshire 4500?
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    Interesting the different tools people use. I've been using Google finance since it also goes back 2 years, and the tabs below the chart can scroll to the day for the first year and weekly after that. Like yahoo, DWCPF only goes back 5 days but W4500 works.
    http://www.google.com/finance?q=INDEXNASDAQ:W4500

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    Thanks CSI.

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    Default Re: S Fund Charts

    Quote Originally Posted by Lostdawg View Post
    Now the freestockchart site doesn't answer the 5 day DWCPF problem,
    You know W4500 has been up for a few months now right?


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    JTH... Nope I didn't catch that. Thanks.
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    Default Re: S Fund Charts

    I'm confsued so which one more closey matches the S Fund? They have dropped at different rates today.

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    What's with all the straight lines showing in the charts for the last hour or so of trading?

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    Good question sensei....i was wondering the same thing. Does anyone know of a link for the S fund futures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robo5555 View Post
    Good question sensei....i was wondering the same thing. Does anyone know of a link for the S fund futures?
    There is a ton of information on this site to explain this, but in a nutshell the S Fund is not a publicly traded fund, so no direct chart or 'futures'.

    Quote Originally Posted by tsp.gov
    The S Fund's investment objective is to match the performance of the Dow Jones U.S. Completion Total Stock Market Index, a broad market index made up of stocks of U.S. companies not included in the S&P 500 Index.
    Quote Originally Posted by tsp.gov
    Although the BlackRock funds operate in a manner similar to mutual funds, they are not, in fact, mutual funds and are not open to individual investors. Furthermore, they are trust funds that are regulated by the Comptroller of the Currency, not by the Securities and Exchange Commission, and therefore do not have ticker symbols.
    You can try DWCPF or W4500 on Google...

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    Does anyone know why the W4500 ($EMW using StockCharts) or any of the others discussed in this thread do not have volume?

    I use volume in my analysis and would like to have it available.

    Has anyone been able to solve this?

    Don

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