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We've Gone "After Hours": Pre- And Post-Market Data, Now On "Symbol Summary"

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Before I tell you what we've just done, I need to issue a formal apology.

To your family, your friends, your co-workers - everyone in your circle - I am sorry.

See, we‘ve now added after-hours data to the Symbol Summary page for both the pre- and post-market trading sessions, and that means you'll most likely spend all of your time charting away and researching markets 'til you're blue in the face. And of course, that means less time for your loved ones and the other responsibilities in life that you should probably be focused on. So again, from the bottom of my heart, please tell your family and friends and anyone else pressing you to make time for things other than StockCharts - Grayson is deeply sorry.

(Between you and me though, I'm not sorry...this is too awesome! After-hours data! On the Symbol Summary page! Before the open AND after the close! Fantastic!)


And We're Just Gettin' Goin'

Most exciting of all, this is only the beginning. Our team is already working on incorporating the new pre- and post-market data into our charts and other pages around the site, so if you're a fan of this new addition, buckle up for plenty more after-hours goodness coming soon.


Chart on, my friends.

- Grayson Roze

VP of Operations, StockCharts.com

Author, Trading For Dummies (Wiley, 2017)

Author, Tensile Trading (Wiley, 2016)

Grayson Roze
About the author: is the author of Trading for Dummies (Wiley, 2017) and Tensile Trading: The 10 Essential Stages of Stock Market Mastery (Wiley, 2016). He is also the Vice President of Operations at StockCharts.com. Grayson speaks regularly at investment seminars across the country, including to organizations such as the CMT Association and the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII). He holds a Bachelor's degree from Swarthmore College, where he studied Economics and Psychology. Learn More
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