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How do I know when there is an update to one of the symbols on my list?

Your symbol list is updated each week. “Signal Alerts” will be emailed to you and/or pushed out to your mobile device each week. The alerts will be sent out no later than Sunday by 12:00 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time). Signal Alerts tell you if any symbols on your list have changed, so you can buy or sell accordingly.

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What do the five boxes under the percentage change and closing price indicate?

BuySelliQ processes the market data on thousands of symbols, and the data is processed using technical filters, which results in our Quality Score. This feature utilizes a six-tiered rating scale that allows the user to instantly see how each symbol ranks or scores. BuySelliQ uses a five-box meter, which can be all grey to indicate the score is “zero” or green which indicates a “score” with the highest score being five solid green marks. The indicators used by BuySelliQ are technical versus fundamental so they rely on statistics, or market generated data, that do not allow for guesswork. Quality Score Read more

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What Internet browsers does your Web App support?

Our WebApp can be used on any of the following browsers: IE 8 and higher Firefox (current version) Safari (current version) Chrome (current version) If your system meets these requirements and you’re still having issues, please let us know. Be sure to provide versions of your browser and the Operating System being used.

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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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Why are the S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial and Nasdaq provided as part of my list? What can I learn from them?

We provide the charts and information on the indices because all three represent market activity, on a broad spectrum basis and can act as a “weather vane”; When all three are moving in tandem, UP, DOWN or SIDEWAYS, users get an instant read on direction.  If, however, they are going in different directions, a different message is being sent.

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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

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When I click on a dot on the chart, a box shows a closing price of my symbol for the week & the date. How is that information useful to me?

Investors should use this information as a tool as they learn how to use BuySelliQ.  For example: you should keep notes of the price of the “buy” & “sell”.  The call box helps by giving the closing price at dot color changes.  After several trades and a record of your results, you can go back to those charts to find those that were the most & least successful. This information will assist you in making changes to your list.

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When the pattern of the dots (on a chart) changes from UP/DOWN to sideways or lateral, has the message changed?

The dots reflect the price activity of the underlying vehicle — whether it’s a stock,  mutual fund, ETF, index —  therefore if the dots are moving laterally, so is the vehicle. Two important points: The message sent by the dots is only relevant when the color changes since it requires action. Sideways activity suggests uncertainty or consolidation and will be resolved to the upside or the downside. Users must NEVER try to anticipate the eventual breakout. The dots will do that for you and save you the guessing, the mistakes, which will also save you money.  TRUST the dot!