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MarketWatch Updating Tickers in Articles

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I have no idea how long it’s been going on (less than a week I would think) but if you read any MarketWatch articles, you’ll notice that the quotes now update dynamically! I was reading this article about Google (and other dot-coms) and if you look, the quotes update! It’ll flash a light red if it went down and a light green if it went up. Also, if you hover over the ticker, it’ll pop up a little window giving you all sorts of useful data as if you just pulled up a quote. Very nice new features.

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3 Responses to “MarketWatch Updating Tickers in Articles”

  1. Cap says:

    looks like Ajax?

    thats pretty neat. you can also turn it off top right if it annoys ya too.

  2. Bob says:

    Not real-time though, so its kinda annoying have delayed quotes. Of course, an investor shouldn’t really care about day to day movements in the first place.

  3. jim says:

    Yeah, looks like AJAX.

    While not real time, I hate reading a news article written a few hours ago, seeing a price, and then having to go check the ticker to see what it’s sitting at now. It’s a definite improvement.

    I honestly don’t understand what’s so hard about “real-time” quotes, Yahoo provides them for free anyway (you just have to click another link for it). Even a minute old quote is better than TWENTY minutes.


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