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On the charts generated from clicking on a symbol, the phrase “price added” is on the bottom and is not explained.

The phrase “price added” shows the price of the stock/mutual fund/ETF when you put it on your list for monitoring.  The purpose of this information is twofold: 1. The tracking price or “added” price gives you a baseline for a performance scorecard which is useful for paper trading. 2. If the dot changes color after you place it on your list, you will have another price point to use for comparison. If you get in the habit of keeping notes of price points, you will become a better investor since you’ll be able to look at past data and learn Read more

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When searching for symbols to add to my list, why will some charts say, “No data exists for this stock”?

When available, a chart will show up to 10 years of historical data. However, there are some cases when a chart will not show any data: If your selection (stock, ETF or fund) has not been trading on an exchange for six months or longer, there is insufficient data to trigger the algorithm. BuyselliQ does not include penny or bulletin board stocks. As such there will not be any charts generated.   Example of when no chart is available in the mobile app:   Example of when no chart is available in the WebApp:  

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If I want to find the closing price of a stock for any week, past or present, what’s the best way to do that on the mobile app?

To find the closing price of a stock on your device, follow these steps. 1. Pull up the chart of the stock on your device. 2. Each dot shown has the closing price for that week along with the date. 3. Tap on the dot for the data. 4. The call box will pop up and show the date and closing price. 5. To see a closer view, rotate the phone for a full-screen shot of the chart. The mobile device displays six months of historical data. If you want to look back further than what’s available on the mobile Read more