ChartMill

ChartMill Joined Jan 26, 2011

Chartmill.com, the number 1 technical stockscreener incl. VWAP, Relative strength and a lot more! Additional tools are added on a regular base. Made by real traders, used by real traders!

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    jmlandaluce
    Jes├║s M Landaluce

    Trader. Civil Engineer. Euroskepticism.
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    Trades2Win
    BP

    Nice guy, trying to be a better trader!
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    wcsdep2313
    Robert Smith

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    Djsleepy860
    Djsleepy860

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    Jacky604
    Jacky Ng

    New to the markets. Learning something new everyday.
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    symbolic
    symbolic

    The night is darkest just before the dawn----every one is my teacher.
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    igenesis
    Tom

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    Aneczka
    Anna Balazy

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    Meirmeir13
    Meirmeir13

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    upsidetrader
    joe donohue

    Full time trader. On Wall St. for over twenty years. Founder long/short hedge fund. Currently manages private accounts and personal money with a long/short strategy. To request my performance, e-mail me at upsidetrader@gmail.com
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    theBRA1N
    THE BRA1N

    divorce lawyer / options trader 15+ yrs
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    TheTechnicalRoom
    Jordan Black

    I am a civil engineer and independent trader with a large focus in technical analysis. My goal is to educate others in technical analysis.
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    salking
    sal007

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    pagie707
    Page tyran

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    Dantanna
    Danny

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    ThatGuyCarey
    Carey

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    nandoattack
    kevin fernandes

    Herro prease
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    househead
    Paolo

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    StilettoTrader
    StilettoTrader

    I like sweet spot entries with low risk/high probability setups .. and cutting loses early ... like using inverses to support entries
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