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Guest Ianboyle

Hey, just throwing this out there but previously I have always used my own system, up to this year, of automatically downloading yahoo historical prices and calculating for uptrends, macd and stochastic and from that to pick out the trades I would be most interested in. It was built in excel using visual basic coding, contained numerous different open source excel calculations for the technicals that I compiled together to suit my needs.

Since yahoo have limited the automatic downloading of their historical prices I've been a bit put out. It would require too much time now to update my system coding to integrate there cookie/key/crumb style limitation and I struggle to find the motivation ha. If anyone knows I would be interested in finding out where I could find a similar style system as an app or online database for quickly viewing charts that suit a certain criteria, IE scaning the ftse 350 for a weekly adx greater then 20/30 then filter them down to show only the daily stocks that have MACD with histo ticking up etc etc. Thanks,

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