It’s ok, I’m not paranoid. I know everyone is out to get me.
I’m scratching my head a bit, surely any day trader would want the same sort of information? I could pay for live info and stick it through Matlab or even Excel, but others would do it better - surely!?
Come on you long-timers, what do you use? I’m a newbie.
Your screener linked looks too long-timebased but I’ll check it live, - the HL one does effectively tell you LIVE when a UK stock rises during the day, because its colour gets more blueish than its neighbours. ( alt, pinkish…) The info is fed from the London Exchange but the chart is a bit flaky. It helps a bit if I log in to my account - I have a bit of pension there. It still forgets “preferences” to stay “live feed”.
Other sites use the same information but always delayed 15 mins.
This one https://www.lse.co.uk/premium-services/premium-features.html
looks like it would do the job for £22(?) a month.
Their chat pages have some sensible discussion, too, but mostly pretty amateurish
You can get some London insider-buying ( by directors etc) info from these guys: London Stock Exchange Group Insider Trading Activity 2023 (LON:LSEG)
Again, you sign up, get emails, ignore all the rubbish, etc.
Each of these, doubled and more over one short but very usable period in the last few weeks, Ocado (interest from Amazon in their tech), Rolls Royce (hype from a new order) and (US, obvs) Xpeng went who up a hill when VW bought into the company. There have been a few dozen others of course but I was watching those 3. Moves like those, steady and sustained over an hour or more, make most of the other so called rises, of a few percent, almost not worth bothering with. The chances of seeing one in time are minimal.
You can have multiple stock screens open, (I only have 2 connected screens so am limited to 32 with T212) . I cycle round other things on a laptop. Really though, intelligent monitoring/ Eyes-On of hundreds of stocks at once is what we need.
The watchlist thumbnail charts available on T212 aren’t detailed enough, and you have to pick and scroll though each one individually.
I’ll ask again, because I haven’t found out yet, what service to pro market traders use to keep them updated, live? Anyone know?
Bloomberg Terminal costs $20k/ year, but there are some mentioned here:
 it looks like there are some great suggestions here. I finally have to sign up to Twitter. Sorry, X.
https://www.youtube.com/tradertvlive is one I’ll look at tomorrow.