Advanced Search Options

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Search Posts By Ticker Symbol

Select Ticker Symbol

Search Posts By Ticker Symbol Tags

All of the front page posts on RSOTC are assigned one or more “tags” for any security such as a stock, ETF, index, commodity, currency or futures contract.

For example, the tag for Apple Inc. is “AAPL” whereas the tag for the S&P 500 index is $SPX although any posts covering the $SPX will also be tagged with the S&P 500 tracking ETF, “SPY”.

Tips: *Using your PC keyboard, quickly type the entire ticker symbol (e.g.- AMZN) to jump down to that tag, then press enter once it is highlighted.

*You can also type the first letter of the ticker (e.g.- “M” for MSFT) to jump down to the tickers starting with the letter M and scroll down from there to select MSFT

* Stock & currency indexes as well as some niche categories start with “$”. For example, all front page posts with analysis on the S&P 500 Index are assigned the tag $SPX

* Futures contracts start with “/”. For example, posts covering the Nasdaq 100 Emini futures are tagged with /NQ

Sitewide Search

Site Wide Search

Use the search bar below to peform a sitewide search. Results will be listed under various categories:

*Blog Posts: all posts published on the front page of the site

*Post Comments: results for your search term that appear within the comments made below the front page posts

*Members: search for a member of the site by their username

*Activity: returns results that appeared within the activity stream in the Trading Room- exceprts are shown but require Gold level access to view full content

*Activity Comment: results that appeared within comments made under top-level posts within the trading room

*Messages: any results that contain your search term within any private messages sent to you by other members

*All: results including all of the above

Google Search Within RSTOC

Google Search Within RSOTC

Use the search box below to perform a Google search for any terms, stock & ETF symbols, chart images, etc.

If searching for a particular stock, such as U.S. Steel, which trades under the ticker “X”, do a search for the letter X in parentheses to only return results with the letter X by itself vs. any words containing the letter X.

You can also use the minus (-) or plus (+) sign before a word to exclude or include that word in your search. Additional search tips can be viewed by clicking here