I have made some user interface improvements in the pages that launch TradeRadarWeb and in the software itself.
If you have loaded the digital certificate, it is now clearer that you can just go ahead and run TradeRadarWeb.
There is visual feedback that shows the user that the applet is loading. You will no longer have to stare at an immobile web page and wonder what's going on.
In the TradeRadarWeb software itself, I have added the start and end dates for the historical price data to be analyzed. The interface has been cleaned up and should be easier to use. The help file has been updated to reflect only the functionality available within TradeRadarWeb.
One last note. The data is retrieved from Yahoo! Typically, they update the day's data in the evening, around 9:00 or 10:00PM eastern time. When loading data, check the End Date field to ensure you have the latest data.
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