Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Volvo (AB) 'a' LSE:VOLA London Ordinary Share SE0000115420 'A' SEK6
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +SEK0.00 - - - - - - - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.00

Volvo (AB) 'a' Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/7/2003
23:31
take a look at the toplist thing for todays biggest movers. There you will see stocks that are moving massively and then you can buy them
100bagger
15/7/2003
23:29
I believe there`s a premium thread with a list of such stocks. Does anyone know of a list I can see somewhere else? Thanks.
nevada
15/7/2003
15:33
Greed is Good. LOL
nevada
15/7/2003
12:32
nevada - let me know when you find the list. It sounds good to get these shares that can make you money quickly
100bagger
15/7/2003
12:28
100bagger Thanks for that but I was looking for stocks that are volatile almost every day.
nevada
19/8/2001
09:00
you can get an idea of volatility for ftse 100 companies from the risk-return map on http://stocks.onvista.co.uk/risk-return-map.html
lxinvestor
17/8/2001
12:56
is it possible to do a toplist of relative strength(definition below). Relative Strength is the relative price performance rank over the last x trading days against the market. Ranks are 1 to 99 with higher numbers representing stronger performance
theblackmamba
17/8/2001
12:22
This is certainly something Im looking forwards to. There are of course 'beta' and fractal volatility and potential other permutations. But I expect we could do several. However the developers are up to their ears in stuff right now so it may take quite some time to get to it.
clem
17/8/2001
12:06
onlyme - cheers for the links. advfn - price volatility over a variable timescale is essentially what Id be looking for. Given as a positive/negative percentage swing over that period in league table format. Ideally, Im looking to track those stocks that are acting on clear TA indicators. I'd be grateful if you could help. rgds fb
farnesbarnes
07/8/2001
20:15
Oh yeah, you can get vol' figures for the UK stocks that have options from www.Liffe.com (but you try and find your way around that site!)
onlyme
07/8/2001
20:13
Yes there are sites that measure volatility... http://www.ivolatility.com (I use it for USA stocks) Also I have an Excel spreadsheet that will calculate vol' for any stock if you have the stock price history. Mail me with "Volatility" in the subject and I'll send you a copy... Philip_Ness@hotmail.com Regards o
onlyme
06/8/2001
23:56
ADVFN? what say you?
farnesbarnes
06/8/2001
23:51
I asked exactly the same thing some time ago, got some positive response, but nothing happened. Martin
mcaw
06/8/2001
23:33
Some advice please. Are there any sites which measure stock volatility. Perhaps ADVFN can could add a volatility list to their top lists with options on timescale?! All the breast cfb
farnesbarnes
06/8/2001
15:12
JBM Look at the other thread, to which you replied "Yup - something we were thinking about anyway - cool idea." this was march 1st Martin
mcaw
06/8/2001
12:19
Which definition of volatility are we talking about here?
jbm
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