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Sector List

Throughout the TA Today software, stock symbols are associated with sectors - like in Trading Signals, Stock Monitor, Sector Trends and Trading Cube. Here's a list of the sectors that are currently maintained in the TA Today database.

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Chrome Pop-Up Blocker - How to enable for TA Today

Chrome, be default evidently, blocks pop-ups from all sites - including TA Today. TA Today pops up multiple charts when requested and other windows to show link content rather than replacing your current window content. Because TA Today is free of annoying advertisement there's no need to block our pop-ups. Here's how to enable TA Today while still blocking other sites.

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Dark Pools

Dark pools refer to transactions that take place outside of the exchanges. The question that is often asked is that if dark pools exist, what is the impact to neoclassical though. Does it invalidate it? Does it lessen the value?

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Linking to TA Today Charts and Trading Cube

TA Today is happy to share our neoclassical chart and trading cube tools with other bloggers, writers, or anyone for that matter on a limited per day usage basis. If you are writing an article and would like to link to our site it is very simple.

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Exchange/Index and Stock Symbols

TA Today tracks a number stocks and ETFs on a number of exchanges/indexes both domestically and around the world. For your convenience they are listed below.

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How to Add Symbols to our Database

TA Today tracks well over 6000 listed issues, primarily listed on U.S. exchanges but also from exchanges around the world. You have the ability to add your favorite symbols in and have us automatically pick them up, add them to our database and perform neoclassical analysis on them.

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Who owns the Federal Reserve

The following information is gleaned from a conservation L.A. has with resident economics contributor Patrick Barron. The question L.A. posed was "Who really owns the Federal Reserve". There are assertions that it is not-governmental and privately owned. Is that true?

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How to get started with TA Today

Since TA Today has not chosen the worn path, many time newcomers are turned off by what they find in front of them. If you are interested in a logical, complete, simply yet expansive methodology, then welcome to TA Today where L.A. Little's ground breaking methods offers just that. So, how do you get started?

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MTTF and its Applicability to Qualified Trends

In his book, Trend Trading Set-Ups (published by John Wiley & Sons), L.A. includes quite a bit of discussion on mean-time-to-failure (MTTF), an engineering concept, that has application to trends. MTTF and how it can be used as a useful guide in measure the probability of trend continuance.

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Adjusted and Non-Adjusted Data

A common problem in data analysis is choosing what data to use when analyzing. For example, you would think that since the NYSE is a single exchange, the high, low, close data for each stock would be the same no matter who is the vendor of the data. Unfortunately this isn't always the case and in particular when it comes to stocks that issue dividends, this is very much not the case.

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Watching TA TV Commercial Free

If you would like to tune into TA TV and not be bother with commercials, then read on.

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