Well, I’m having just a grand old time in the world of Slope’s Virtual Trading.(more…)
Slope of Hope Blog Posts
Slope initially began as a blog, so this is where most of the website’s content resides. Here we have tens of thousands of posts dating back over a decade. These are listed in reverse chronological order. Click on any category icon below to see posts tagged with that particular subject, or click on a word in the category cloud on the right side of the screen for more specific choices.
OK, you’re going to love this. We’ve enhanced the Top Ten Virtual Traders page with a mesmerizing animation that shows how, over time (both daily and intraday) the position ranks of various virtual traders changes. Just click the button on the page, and away you go! (I have deliberately excluded myself from this animated page, and no, I’m not going to have myself in there).
If you use the Telegram messaging system, you can take advantage of the fact that SlopeAlerts is able to transmit messages to you via Telegram for instant and very convenient notices. (If you don’t have Telegram yet and need to download this free app, just click here).
“Pairing” your Slope account with Telegram is a snap, but you do need to follow these specific instructions:
- Make sure you have clicked the link in the SlopeAlerts dialog box that provides your token to you;
- Click on this link which will go to Telegram;
- Type a slash followed by the word token, like this: /token and press Enter;
- Telegram should ask you “Please send your token“; this is where you should paste the token and press Enter;
- You should now get a “Token Confirm” message. You are done!
Now you can go back to the SlopeAlerts dialog box in SlopeCharts and click the link which refreshes the dialog box.
Today we released an improvement to the Earnings Reaction Page which was prompted by the request from a Slope of Hope subscriber. I always appreciate your ideas and suggestions, since, by definition, you are the folks I’m trying to please, so I want to make the site as much to your liking as possible.
Whereas the page used to show the net percentage change at the end of the day following earnings, now it shows the entire day’s price bar for the day after earnings. This will help give you a more complete sense as to what the reaction was to the earnings, since, by definition, the bar shows you the open, high, low, and close for the day, which makes for a more thorough picture instead of just the net change at day’s end. Here’s a recap of the feature for those unfamiliar with it:
The Earnings Reaction Graph is an exclusive feature for Platinum members (to learn about Slope memberships, click here). This page presents to you all the historical reactions from company earnings announcements.
Once you are at the page, all you have to do is enter a ticker symbol and click Go (or press the Return key). By default, the stock ticker AMZN is entered for you.(more…)
After the close today, the earnings announcement highlight is none other than Tesla (symbol TSLA)(more…)