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StockCharts.com Survey

Got an email link to a StockCharts user survey. I took it and left a lengthy note about the Tab, New Tab, New Tab issue with the scanning that was created in a release. The other questions were not really "shaping the future" type because, if they had done the survey BEFORE the prior release, we would probably not have a "new" marketcarpet, etc. Hey, who knows. I'm just one user. It may be a very popular feature. The survey should bear it out. If it's no popular then what? Are they going to put it back to the way it was? Like I said, not really a shaping the future type of survey.



Hello Fellow ChartWatcher,

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    I don't think I got that email, or I blew it away without opening it.

    I wonder if that link would be transferable to here ? Or would that mess up the "hand-selected" character of the survey?


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    lmkwinlmkwin ✭✭
    edited June 14
    This was the link from the email

    https://form.typeform.com/to/YwF2aOnV?mc_cid=898c46d878&mc_eid=2d6ae6a36d

    ah, handselected. Maybe I post too many comments on their Youtube videos.
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    Thanks for the link.

    I'm thinking they probably look at who logs in the most, and what they do.

    I added a suggestion for Candleglance, which I love - add buttons to change styles like the chart workbench. I really like candleglance for comparing stocks in an industry.

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