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Subject: Re: 200 day ma, 10-year chart Date: 9/6/2009 3:58 PM
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Does anyone know a good website showing stock/index (e.g., DJIA) charts going 10 years back with 200 day moving averages?

Prophet appears to allow daily quotes and 200-day SMA:

http://www.prophet.net/analyze/javacharts.jsp?symbol=MMM

Yahoo finance has 200 day mas, but the charts go back only 5 years (or max. data, which is useless).

You can do a 10-year chart on Yahoo, with your choice of technical indicators, if you use their Interactive chart. But it would need to be a weekly chart with a 40-week moving average.

Other sites such as barchart.com and bigchart.com con't have 200 day mas

On barchart.com, you can do a monthly 10-year chart and do a 9-month SMA.
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