Stocks & Commodities V. 24:10 (66-67): Websites For Traders: Thomson I-Watch by David Penn
Could someone explain to me why a website as helpful as Thomson IWatch can’t have a more straightforward
URL? Such is the world of mergers and acquisitions, e-commerce style, I suppose. Thomson Financial + Lycos + (apparently) Quote.com = one tricky uniform resource locator. I threw in Quote.com because of the 12 links at the top of the page that features I-Watch,
which is an interactive, graphic display of institutional buying and selling, nine take you to resources at the Quote.com website. Of the other three, one—the
message-board—currently is not functioning, another of the 12 takes you directly to the Securities and Exchange Commission’s EDGAR database, and the
third takes you to I-Watch.
I recently wrote an article for Working-Money.com looking at some of the ways that average stock investors, speculators, and traders could gauge accumulation and distribution in the market.
That article focused on price and volume clues, stage analysis, and the role of the Big Money.