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Doug_H
Posted : Friday, October 01, 2004 3:04:47 PM


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Press the Play button on the bottom of the video to start.







keywords: sublist organize WatchList sublist watchlist active watchlist industry watchlists


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dshughes
Posted : Monday, June 13, 2005 12:33:35 PM
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Doug H.

Thank you, for the vidio, very helpful, keep up the great work.
Doug_H
Posted : Monday, June 13, 2005 12:39:46 PM


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Glad you found the video helpful, dshughes!

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BOBLOEB
Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2005 1:51:10 PM
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Doug...

How then do Ijust find out the secotros or indusry groups by performance rank at any given time?

Thanks
Craig_S
Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2005 1:55:13 PM


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Check out this video:

Uncover the stocks driving the strongest industry groups

You may also enjoy these:

Using the Industry Menu to analyze stocks relative to their industries and sub-industries

Use Comparison and Relative Strength graphs to compare a stock to the rest of its industry group

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BOBLOEB
Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2005 1:56:35 PM
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and another question pls..
One of my colums is the TC existing filter of "volume surge past 5 days"
It produces rankings with numerical values but I dont know what these values represent. Are these the average volume of the past 5 days or what?

thx
Craig_S
Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2005 2:11:04 PM


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Right click on the column header (where it says Volume Surge...).

Check to see if it is displaying Rank or Value (towards the bottom of the edit screen)

Here is what their numbers mean:

Rank - This represents the percentile the value of the condtion falls into vs. the rest of the market. If it has a rank of 55 it means that the volume over the last 5 days is surging more than 55% of the other stocks in the market.

Value - This represents the value of the volume for the last 5 days as a percentage of the stock's average volume. If it has a value of 250 it means that the volume over the last 5 days is 250% the value of the stocks normal volume.

Check out this thread:

Definitions of all built in scanning and sorting criteria


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BOBLOEB
Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2005 2:30:23 PM
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Craig that answers it thx
BOBLOEB
Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2005 2:31:37 PM
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I am still looking for a simple answer on where I go to find the top performing industry groups and sectors for today or for the week?

I dont want to put stocks into the mix anywhere..Just want to find the secotrs that are strongest..
Bruce_L
Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2005 2:53:58 PM


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BOBLOEB,
Just sort the Media General Industry Groups watchlist by the appropriate criteria (whatever you see as indicating "performance").

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BOBLOEB
Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2005 3:06:09 PM
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sorry dont know where to begin on that one..
where do I go for that watchlist..i havent used any of the standard watchlists to date and dont know where to find them.. thx
Bruce_L
Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2005 3:12:17 PM


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BOBLOEB,
Please check out the following videos:

Explanation of the different types of WatchList available in TeleChart
Identify sectors gaining momentum over the past few months

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Personal Criteria Formulas
TC2000 Support Articles
Doug_H
Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2005 3:13:25 PM


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Change your watchlist to Media General Industry Groups. Then sort them by performance over any period you want (1 day, 5 days, 1 month, 26 weeks, 1 year, 2 year, 3 year, 5 year). If none of those built in time periods is the time frame you want, you can always use Custom Date Sort to Rank the industries. Here is a training video on Custom Date Sort:

Sorting Stocks by their Absolute or Relative Performance

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Craig_S
Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2005 4:09:11 PM


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Check out this video as well:

Uncover the stocks driving the strongest industry groups

And this post should be a great resource for you:

If you are new to TeleChart READ THIS FIRST!

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BOBLOEB
Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2005 9:22:34 PM
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thanks guys
Doug_H
Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2005 9:43:09 PM


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Our pleasure, BOBLOEB. Any time!

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bcraig73450
Posted : Thursday, January 12, 2006 12:49:12 AM
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In the video "Techniques for using the Sublist Frature" it mentions "the type in feature". How do I access this type in feature?
Doug_H
Posted : Thursday, January 12, 2006 1:00:40 AM


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Anytime you are on a list in TeleChart (ie. the sort pulldown menu, for instance) you can just begin typing any part of the name of the item you're looking for, and the program will limit the list to just those items that match what you've typed.

Try it. Pull down the sort menu, and type the word SHARE. You'll find that the large list of sort criteria has now been limited to only the four criteria that include the word SHARE.

This feature makes it much easier to locate items on lengthy lists.

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DavidBSchoon
Posted : Wednesday, January 25, 2006 8:41:48 PM
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Doug & Colleagues,

Nice job on this video; good stuff and the possibilities are virtually endless. Each time I've reviewed it new ideas come to mind.

DavidBSchoon
Doug_H
Posted : Wednesday, January 25, 2006 11:32:07 PM


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Thanks for the kind words, David. Glad to know the videos are prompting new ideas!

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ajclarke88
Posted : Wednesday, February 08, 2006 1:23:13 PM
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Doug: again, another great video. You covered a lot of interesting areas, as well as providing refreshing ideas to apply in the search for good stocks. Thanks!!

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