New enhancements to Memberships services include search, symbol description, stock chart capabilities

(Last Updated On: June 25, 2011)
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New enhancements to Memberships services include search, symbol description, stock chart capabilities

I have added some new enhancements to the Premium Memberships services area
These include:
Better search capability: Yes you can search any symbol you want or any particular model we use. It is global so you choose the results you want.
Stock symbol code converter to stock description: The symbol codes like AAPL can be overwhelming so unless you know what they represent (ie. Apple Computer). As we report the charts and plots, you will find we use the stock symbol codes (i.e. AAPL). Under the headline, look for the stock symbol description like Apple Computer under the Tags. You will also find the symbol code there too. This has yet to be fully implemented across the whole membership area.
Lastly, we have integrated as well. You can get more info through this great site. I hope to contribute to this site as well. It is full of active traders talking about various stocks.
Cool? Let me know by commenting below.

NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!
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