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- Fri Mar 19, 2010 1:54 pm
- Forum: Data Providers and other non testing software
- Topic: Pi Trading Data??
- Replies: 0
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Anyone ever bought any data from Pi Trading? I'm looking at intra-day, one minute pricing data, but was curious if anyone has used them before. I'm not a TB user (yet), just wanting to test the old fashioned way in Excel. If anyone has anything good/bad to say about Pi Trading data, I'd love to hear...
- Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:08 am
- Forum: Stocks
- Topic: What is the relationship between Discount Rate and Bond?
- Replies: 4
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Eric, Discount Rate and "Bond" are two different things. When you say "bond," I'm assuming that you are referring to the U.S. 10 Yr Bond. The Discount Rate is a short-term rate set by the Fed. Banks are able to borrow at the discount rate, but it the amount that they can borrow is limited, and the t...
Does anyone know of a free source of pricing data for various MSCI Indices? Basically, I am looking for historical data for a variety of ETFs, but want to go back farther than the pricing provided by iShares. Any ideas?
Doug Hirschorn posted "13 Trader Resolutions for 2010" on a blog for CNBC. I thought it was worth passing on: 1. I will create game plans for all my trades. 2. I will only trade when I have an edge. 3. If I have 3 losing trades in a row, I will take a break, walk away, and clear my head. 4. I will n...