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Charts that are not visible on the screen do not calculate their indicators. This option is checked ON by default.
No, ETFs and ADRs are not common stocks. You could make a custom list by copying the symbols form each list to one personal watchlist.
What list are you scanning? IYR is an exchange traded fund (ETF) and JKS is an ADR so you won't find them if you're only scanning stocks.
There's no way to do that in version 7.
In version 17, right click on the chart and select Edit Chart Properties. Click the Color/Grid tab and adjust the Date Margin to increase or decrease the space between the last price bar and the price scale.
A stock's volume for the current day (let's say at 11:32am) is compared to its average historical volume for the same percentage of the day. The volume buzz tells you how far ahead or behind the stock is based on its normal historical activity. A volume buzz of +250% means the stock is trading 250% more than normal for this portion of the day. A figure of -50% means the stock is trading at only half of its norm for this portion of the day. A figure of 0 means nothing unusual is going on in either direction.
No, OTC stocks are not available in version 7.
Click on the formula label, then Create Scan Condition.
You should see your formula listed with Worden Stochastics below it. Select Worden Stochastics from the Indicator dropdown and you should be able to create the condition.
I'm not sure why it does not work when you start by clicking on Worden Stochastics.
We don't provide a total open interest number for all open contracts on the underlying symbol.
No, we do not have that information.
No, those are indicators that were added to the chart but are "pinned" to the side to free up space. Click the Move button, then click Move "Indicator Name". The select the Pin target on the left side of the chart.