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jayron11 10-22-2012 10:52 AM

Analysis Tools
 
Hello,

I'm curious if anyone could help me identify some analysis tools that can do all or some of the following:

- Establish filter criteria historically; in other words, identify a particular behavior (i.e. % gain, % loss) for a particular day in history, or for a set of days or range of days
- Show historical data following a particular behavior (i.e. two years of open / close following a particular event, milestone or behavior)
- Has ability to "build" a portfolio using historical data based on various criteria (i.e. to test algorithms using historical data)
- Has interface to historical data to as many indices as possible

Any help is really appreciated, along with perspectives and thoughts on various tools.

THanks again!

Vicorka 11-04-2012 08:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jayron11 (Post 48334)
Hello,

I'm curious if anyone could help me identify some analysis tools that can do all or some of the following:

- Establish filter criteria historically; in other words, identify a particular behavior (i.e. % gain, % loss) for a particular day in history, or for a set of days or range of days
- Show historical data following a particular behavior (i.e. two years of open / close following a particular event, milestone or behavior)
- Has ability to "build" a portfolio using historical data based on various criteria (i.e. to test algorithms using historical data)
- Has interface to historical data to as many indices as possible

Any help is really appreciated, along with perspectives and thoughts on various tools.

THanks again!

1.2.3 - get raw historical data, export them in database, learn SQL language and do all of it by yourself.

Alternative (cheaper) - find charting service where customer support would be willing to listen your ideas. If they consider your ideas good they may implement them and you will have access to these filter as well as other traders

See examples of some stock filters done
http://www.marketvolume.com/stocks/select.asp

On the same website above you will find number of indexes and charts with ability to scroll indexes far back in history. Plus volume and advance/decline data for indexes on their charts

eyeson_info 01-04-2013 02:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jayron11 (Post 48334)
Hello,

I'm curious if anyone could help me identify some analysis tools that can do all or some of the following:

- Establish filter criteria historically; in other words, identify a particular behavior (i.e. % gain, % loss) for a particular day in history, or for a set of days or range of days
- Show historical data following a particular behavior (i.e. two years of open / close following a particular event, milestone or behavior)
- Has ability to "build" a portfolio using historical data based on various criteria (i.e. to test algorithms using historical data)
- Has interface to historical data to as many indices as possible

Any help is really appreciated, along with perspectives and thoughts on various tools.

THanks again!


JayRon

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comparebroker 04-18-2013 11:29 AM

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charliee 12-15-2013 09:14 AM

Analysis tools provide you with a real-time data of finances, and information about the opportunities to invest. At the same time market analysis tools help you to learn basic technical analysis of finances and help you to handle stocks and data of the futures.

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I like free tools, like this free, litte and non-commercial website with technical analysis facts:
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enmanueleffren 07-14-2019 05:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jayron11 (Post 48334)
Hello,

I'm curious if anyone could help me identify some analysis tools that can do all or some of the following:

- Establish filter criteria historically; in other words, identify a particular behavior (i.e. % gain, % loss) for a particular day in history, or for a set of days or range of days
- Show historical data following a particular behavior (i.e. two years of open / close Redtube Beeg Spankbang following a particular event, milestone or behavior)
- Has ability to "build" a portfolio using historical data based on various criteria (i.e. to test algorithms using historical data)
- Has interface to historical data to as many indices as possible

Any help is really appreciated, along with perspectives and thoughts on various tools.

THanks again!

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Miranda22 01-27-2020 07:19 AM

If you need some good tools you can always find them on online platforms. I love a lot of free tools but for some of them we need to pay some money. For example you can't just find a person who will write research papers for free.. Do you agree with it? But you can always find some free tools like plagiarism-checker and etc.
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