I'm convinced that short-term predictions of when to trade stocks are best viewed for their entertainment value.
In the end, keep in mind the admonition of Niels Bohr, a Nobel laureate in Physics: "Prediction is very difficult, especially if it's about the future".
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GStock differs from other technical analysis tools in that it uses a peer-to-peer grid to back test innumerable trading strategies and is very easy to use. Just type in a stock symbol and you'll see if it's time to buy or sell. A free subscription lets you create a portfolio containing up to 100 stocks and get immediate email alerts when any of your portfolio stocks receive a Buy or Sell signal. A paid subscription gives you access to an easy to use stock picker and daily email alerts for stocks with buy or sell signals.
You can also download and install GStock Calculation Software if you want your computer to become part of their virtual supercomputer grid. It would be interesting to hear Cramer's review if GStock played Inspectd.
If you're looking for more traditional technical analysis software give SpiffyCharts a try. Note that while the program is free it does not support data importing so a data subscription is required to obtain up-to-date data, which is vital for technical analysis.
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