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Monday, March 5, 2012

JNK vs. JNK??

A subscriber notes that JNK shows lower highs (to the 2011 highs) by his charts and mine (from stockcharts.com) show higher highs.  Since this is an important indicator I use to gauge speculation and liquidity, I'd like to get to the bottom of this.  I would have to think that stockcharts' data rolls in total return while bigcharts data (chart 2) does not? Can anyone pop me mail or comment on this?




















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3 comments:

  1. Google Finance and Yahoo Finance both have charts like the second one, with a lower high. I've always thought those two show only historical prices, since they can display dividends separately.

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  2. That is correct Gary; stockcharts incorporates dividends

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  3. Thanks guys, so in the end it still pays to be a crack addicted casino gambler given a green light by money manipulators in high places. Great.

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