Stock watcher

Stock watcher (NYSE)

A computerized service that monitors and investigates trading activity on the NYSE in order to identify any unusual activity or security movement that might be caused by rumors or illegal activities.

Stock Watch

An electronic system that the management of the New York Stock Exchange uses to monitor trading. Stock Watch observes trading for potential illegal activities and other unusual trading patterns. In other words, it helps maintain honest trading on the NYSE. It is also called the Stock Watcher.
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Portfolio managers seized on the aftermath of Monday's sell-off to buy, even as many stock watchers acknowledged that the market could still be in for a correction, or a drop of at least 10 percent.
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Stock watchers were unusually effusive in their praise during the conference call, noting how far the results outpaced expectations.
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