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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?



  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.

  2. That is correct Gary; stockcharts incorporates dividends

  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.