The theory behind StockVision is that everything that is known about a stock and its underlying company is reflected in its price and volume action. The simplest example of this would be a stock that is soaring to new heights, with above-average volume. Such action can indicate that some very large investors are accumulating large amounts of shares. They know something. And that knowledge is revealed in a stock's price and volume movement. Most conventional stock analysts spend countless hours studying company earnings, balance sheets, management changes, and a number of other fundamentals. The problem with this approach is that nothing will be found about the company that isn't already known by others. A far more expedient approach is to interpret the stock's price and volume action, because this action will reflect the composite knowledge of everyone in the world who is trading the stock. StockVision is designed to monitor over 2,000 stocks, in real time, to locate specific patterns that can indicate large buying or selling interest. Within seconds, the user of StockVision can zoom in on the best trading candidates.
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Windows Server 2008