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pedals
Posted : Saturday, May 06, 2006 6:47:18 PM
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Hi!
I just watched the EZ scan video and noticed you can select whether to scan for optionable stocks. I was wondering if there is a way to set the scan to pick only stocks that are non-optionable (optionable-false)?

Thanks in advance for your time & any help.

Karen
Doug_H
Posted : Saturday, May 06, 2006 7:21:02 PM


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I do not know of a way to do this, Karen. There is no scan condition you can use, and I can't think of a way using flagging to make it work either. If I'm missing something, I'm sure someone will pipe up with a solution.

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bustermu
Posted : Sunday, May 07, 2006 4:19:29 PM
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Doug,

WatchLists are sets of Items represenyed by Symbols. The WatchList algebra in TC2005 is complete in the sense that any set operation can be replicated by operations on WatchLists.

Karen,

A Nonoptionable Stocks WatchList can be constructed as follows:

1) First place the All Stocks WatchList in a Personal WatchList called Nonoptionable Stocks.

2) Construct an EasyScan called Optionable Stocks of all optionable stocks in the All Stocks WatchList.

3) Flag all in the Optionable Stocks WatchList.

4) Remove all flaged Items from the Nonoptionable Stocks WatchList.

If you require more details, just ask.

Thanks,
Jim Murphy
esmonde
Posted : Friday, July 21, 2006 2:38:24 PM
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I got it working thanks for the advice.

Ebh
Bruce_L
Posted : Friday, July 21, 2006 2:42:12 PM


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esmonde,
You're welcome.

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traderix
Posted : Wednesday, December 06, 2006 11:22:13 AM
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I´d like to trade the opening gaps.
How can I scan (real time) for stocks that have gapped at the opening(for example scanning at 9.35 EST)or much better already during the pre-market.
Is it possible??

Daniel
Craig_S
Posted : Wednesday, December 06, 2006 11:38:08 AM


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Scanning in TeleChart is not real-time. If you have the Platinum Service you can find opening gaps as soon as the market starts trading by using the Real Time Sorting. You sort any list of stocks at the market open by Price Percent Change in RT and any gappers will be at the top and bottom of your list.

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gallo2000sv
Posted : Tuesday, March 27, 2007 1:48:06 AM
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Hello i have a problem. Please help me i don't know what is happening: when i want to create a new Easy Scan and for example a new condition is "Price per share" and edit the condition in the condition Type i choose Value, and when i select my range for example: 40 to Max and save the scan, it doesn't make the changes, and in the range appears 40 to 3. i don't want that range and if i select the range again, the same happens. why i can put my range 40 to Max, and the software is not accepting that range and is doing what he wants.
my user is gallo2000sv and i'm using telechar gold version.
Bruce_L
Posted : Tuesday, March 27, 2007 8:32:23 AM


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gallo2000sv,
I do not know why it would not be saving. Please contact technical support.

All e-mail communication sent to support@worden.com during business hours (Monday through Friday 9AM-11PM and Saturday and Sunday 9AM-3PM ET) should be answered within 20 minutes of arrival. For an even quicker response to tech support questions, we recommend calling our voice line at (919) 408-0542 (there is no phone support on Sundays, some Market Holidays or after 9PM ET on weekdays).

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oliabph
Posted : Sunday, July 29, 2007 10:23:42 AM
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how do you do this step ?


3. Go into the easy scan setup and put in line one “All in System”
4. Line 2, “optionable”
5. Save the easy scan and calculate the easy scan.
Bruce_L
Posted : Monday, July 30, 2007 8:48:07 AM


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QUOTE (oliabph)
Go into the easy scan setup...

If you are creating a new EasyScan, select New | New EasyScan.

If you have an existing EasyScan, select Edit EasyScan icon (hand writing on paper) to the right of the EasyScan in the Watchlist drop-down menu.

QUOTE (oliabph)
...and put in line one “All in System”

If it is a new EasyScan, this will be the default.

If it is an existing EasyScan, single left-click on the first line and select All Items in System.

QUOTE (oliabph)
Line 2, “optionable”

Select Add New Condition | Optionable Stocks.

QUOTE (oliabph)
Save the easy scan...

Select Save.

QUOTE (oliabph)
...and calculate the easy scan.

It should automatically ask to calculate your Personal Criteria Formulas if this is required. To update your PCFs manually select Databank | Personal Criteria Formulas | Update All Criteria. You will want to verify that you are updating for All Items in System and that Include criteria which require more than 250 days of data (slower) are checked.

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pueurgfsk
Posted : Sunday, June 15, 2008 1:44:32 PM
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wow!

stockmkt07
Posted : Thursday, July 31, 2008 10:14:27 AM
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what is suggest in gold

Craig_S
Posted : Thursday, July 31, 2008 1:21:27 PM


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I don't understand the question, stockmkt07

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nheminism21
Posted : Sunday, January 11, 2009 4:28:46 PM
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Hello...i am new to Telechart...how do i make a scan to find stock selling between $5-$50, with increase volume vs prior day and closed higher then last previous trading session with Stochastic trending up
Tal_E
Posted : Wednesday, January 14, 2009 11:02:35 PM


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nheminism21,

How would you like to define "Stochastic trending up"?

Thanks for your post!

Tal_E
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Posted : Wednesday, February 10, 2010 4:23:24 PM
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I've watched the video for scanning the Russell 3000 and all is wokring well, however I would like to add additional scans.  I would like to include a scan for open volume in the hundreds, and open interest over 1000.  Is this possible?
Bruce_L
Posted : Wednesday, February 10, 2010 4:37:44 PM


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10,
No. TeleChart's fundamentals are limited to the built in Fundamental System Criteria.

Definitions of all built in scanning and sorting criteria

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10
Posted : Wednesday, February 10, 2010 7:18:12 PM
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Thanks Bruce, and the link was very helpful.
-Joel

Bruce_L
Posted : Thursday, February 11, 2010 9:09:56 AM


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10,
You're welcome. Our pleasure.

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