ERRATA: EXCHANGE HOURS
I enjoyed Josh DiPietro’s article, “Intraday Trading In The First Hour” (June 2012 S&C), although I’m not sure I’m ready... However, I wondered how both he and you messed up the New York ET market times. They are 9:30 am to 4 pm, not 9:00 am to 4:30 as stated in the article.
Thank you for pointing this out this error. Rudy Teseo is a regular contributor to Stocks & Commodities.—Editor
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Could you please give me an idea on how to translate Stocks & Commodities volume numbers into dates of publication? In doing a search of articles at your site, the only reference I could find was the volume number; it would be nice to know the date so I can go to other portions of the website for more information.
I really enjoy the ability to go to the site and look at articles online. I have all my S&C issues for the last 20 years, but it sure is nice being able to look up articles on the site instead of trying to find where I put a given issue.
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