BuySell IQ Features

LISTS
User can maintain more than one list with a mix of symbols: stocks, ETFs and Mutual funds. Options include sort, drag & drop, copy, alphabetize.
Search Tool
Search by symbol, company name, quality score, price, green or red, (current trend), or a combination of the above. User can search and then filter.
Filters
Filter the universe of symbols using: a color parameter, searching for just green or red dots; NEW green or NEW red symbols; filter by price range; filter by quality score. The result of the filter can be a large list or a short one depending on the number of filters requested by the user.
New Greens/Reds
We publish all symbols that changed trend in the previous trading week.
Top Performers
Section that lists the top performing ETFs. The top performers are listed by sector, allowing users to locate strength in the market and the economy. The 4 week and 12 week time period allows the user to measure the strength or weakness of a sector and an individual ETF.
Quality Score
Stocks and ETFs are ranked from 0-5 based on technical indicators. Scores will fluctuate with the trend and users are able to see the history of the score which is also a gauge of volatility.
Charts
Allows user to view the performance history of each symbol going back 10 years if data is available. Shows weekly OHLC data, trend and dot colors, along with an index overlay to compare performance.
Trading Diary
Record of trades, details, thought process, mistakes, successes, lessons learned, what to repeat, and how to improve. Valuable records that are private and a resource for successful traders/investors.
Knowledge Base
Answers commonly asked questions and provides information on reading charts, improving your investment selections, basic do's and don'ts, traps to avoid, along with answering investor questions.
Blog
Current events, market news, relevant items to know versus just noise!
Tutorials
Brief videos on relevant topics designed to make BSIQ work for you and improve your results.
Caution Sign
Indicates your position is over bought, or outside the "normal" range. Not a "sell" but a "don't buy" until caution sign is gone, as a result of a pull back.
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Blog

Caution Sign

Charts

Trading Diary

Filters

Knowledge Base

Lists

New Greens/Reds

Quality Score

Top Performers

Tutorials