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This Is Personal: My Very Own ChartList Organization



The other morning, I joined Tom Bowley and Erin Swenlin on their daily MarketWatchers LIVE web show. My appearance was part of the weekly "Everything StockCharts" segment, which covers important tips, tricks and other information that all StockCharts users can benefit from.

The show got a little, well... personal!

I put my very own StockCharts account up on the screen and shared the unique ChartList organization that I use to watch the markets and my portfolios. Plus, I shared a very important "Tip of the Day" and demonstrated how to create a helpful, easy-to-use "watchlist" in your StockCharts account. Not only is this one of my favorite StockCharts tricks, but I believe it's also one of the most powerful. Trust me, it will make your use of the site much, much more efficient.

To check out my "Everything StockCharts" segment, see exactly how I've organized my own ChartLists, and learn how to create a helpful "watchlist", take a look at the video below:


Money In, Eyes Open.

- Grayson Roze

Business Manager,
Author, Trading for Dummies (Wiley, 2017)
Author, Tensile Trading (Wiley, 2016)

Gatis Roze
About the authors: , CMT, holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and is a past president of the Technical Securities Analysts Association (TSAA). He is also the co-author of Tensile Trading: The 10 Essential Stages of Stock Market Mastery (Wiley, 2016). A full-time investor for over 25 years, Gatis has taught sold-out investment courses throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond since 2000. Learn More

Grayson Roze
is the author of Trading for Dummies (Wiley, 2017) and Tensile Trading: The 10 Essential Stages of Stock Market Mastery (Wiley, 2016). He has worked in the financial services industry for since 2012, and now serves as the Business Manager for the company. He holds a Bachelor's degree from Swarthmore College. Learn More
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