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This bulletin was published on Friday,
Jul 16th, 1999 just for you.
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If you've been to BigCharts.com lately and you know it…raise your hand! Now if you have your hand up take it down and give yourself a quick whack on the back of the head. See…that's for not telling the rest of us about the changes they've made there.

Because I couldn't get a handle on E*Trade Charts today, I stumbled into BigCharts.com and discovered they'd accomplished some upgrading of their web site. Aside from the general appearance, colors and such, they've added more options to their charts. Now you can set up to three bottom indicators at one time! It's great! You can run a chart and see the RSI, Stochastic and Volume+ all at the same time or whatever combination you desire.

DailyStocks.com have something similar to that, but since the quote window on the RollingStock100 web site's gone down I haven't gotten back there. Hmmm, I wonder when that's going to come back up again? It's been down for a couple of weeks now. Oh that's right…I'm the webmaster. Well…just goes to show ya' even the webmaster doesn't always know.

As for E*Trade…I probably should whack myself on the back the cranium for continuing to stay there! What's going on with their web site? Maybe I just haven't figured out how to work everything yet? I still haven't figured out how to run multiple charts. Before the renovation other than the usual slowness of it all, I didn't think the quotes and charts options were too bad. I could pop in 20 stock symbols and get 20 quotes. Then follow this up with a click on the historical charts for, yes you guessed it, 20 charts. Now…though I do have to admit the quotes look pretty cool with the little chart built into them and are probably okay if you're going to only run one stock chart, I can't see how I can run multiple charts at one time! What's a Trader to do? Then again I suppose some of the changes I've made on the RollingStock100.com web site that I think are fabulous, you may think stink to high heaven. So I'll shut up now…

Opposed to what I wrote the other day the RollingStock100's daily Top Movers aren't going to be posted only at the bottom of our List of Rollers. Sense that web page has grown to monstrous proportions. You'll find the Top Movers on the home page also. I'll keep adding each day's qualifying Rollers to this location instead of accumulating a bunch of them on the Rolling Stocks page. Building up a series of Top Movers for viewing compiled over several days or weeks will enable us to see at a glance which stocks are repeatedly hitting the list, thus, allowing us to pick out trends. Highlighting which stocks tend to bounce up and down in price the most wildly. Not only will it be easy to see the degree they move, but also the frequency. SIMS has already hit both ends of the Top Movers list and I've only been producing the list for two days! If you'd like to take a look here's the URL: http://members.tripod.com/LLH_on_Rolling_Stock/Home.html#Percentage

By the way…do you know what's going on with ABFG? I'm really not sure if it's Trading or not? Help me! I'm not sure if it's going through a short transition period or if I should just pull it from the List?

Among several others I removed CDNW from the List. It seems to be suffering through a real tail spin incurred from a recent merger. If you see it returning to the world of the Rolling…please let me know.
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I know what your thinking... What idiot?! Would have seven different message boards for their web site and post the identical information on each!? Well the answer is simple...LLH that's who :-0) If you've read this far you're probably expecting to stumble upon my reasoning for this about now? So here it is: each of my message boards are located in popular "communities" catering primarily to the financially minded web surfer. When one of these investing voyagers of the net drift onto one of the RollingStock100 message boards, the inclination is to click over and check out the web site that's sponsoring it...namely this one, RollingStock100.com! It's just a method of attracting future members by giving them a trail of bread crumbs to follow.

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