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From: msgreenacres (Rep: 507) reply to lancepawlDate: 01/07/2018 13:03
Forum: Gurus Answer Questions - Msg #614Thread #673941042 (Rec: 0) has a "Hot Sector" chart. Also is the one of the best resources! G/L

Re: Are there data feeds for sector information?

These are my opinions.  Please do your own DD  :) Happy Trading

Reply to lancepawl - Msg #591 - 07/24/2017 21:00

Are there data feeds for sector information?

I'm reading Stan Weinstein's book 'Secrets for Profiting in Bull and Bear Markets' and he writes how important it is to identify the hot sector and the stock that compose them. Problem is the book is 30 years old and the Mansfield charts, etc., that had this info are no longer around. So what I am looking for is a way to get the RSI, volumes, and 200 day MA of the sectors so I could do charting for them and then if there are data feeds that have what sectors the individual stocks and ETFs are in. I just bought the ProTA program and I am learning to use it but the yahoo data feed it uses by default doesn't have the sector info or the sector information for the stocks. Does anyone know how to obtain the sector information that I described?

Thanks & Regards,


NOTE: This message was originally posted on 2017-07-24 20:38:30 by the lancepawl.

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