Once upon a time made up a (clumsy) spreadsheet that charted a stock's price every minute of two and allowed the user to set a High and Low price.
>I remember. When it crossed either a High or Low you'd Buy or maybe Sell, right?
Right. Alas, that spreadsheet took over my desktop while it was running ... so I hardly ever used it.
Then it occurred to me that I could tie up my laptop and surf on my desktop.
I also rewrote the spreadsheet. It now looks like this:
Click on the picture to download.
At any time you can hit the Escape key to stop the program.
|The spreadsheet does this:
>Then you Buy!
- You set an Upper and Lower price and two lines get plotted.
- You click on Clear Data button to clear any previous data and set a Starting Price which is also plotted.
That'll be the price when you click that button. It might be yesterday's close or today's starting price.
- You then click the Start Tracking button.
The latest price for two stocks is downloaded and plotted (every minute or two).
- If a downloaded price lies above the Upper or below the Lower, the computer beeps.
- Then you ...
Or Sell ... depending upon your genetic configuration.
Later (at any time) you can click the Start Tracking button to continue where you left off.
>Is it any good?