I've tried them all . . . none of them do everything I want. And it looks like many of them haven't been updated in a long time. Why is that? Stockcharts - no ability to drag and drop a large number of symbols to create a watchlist. Can't track events in watchlist, like new highs. Yahoo - limited charting, can't change preferences. You're stuck with line charts. Can't track daily new highs or other events. Clearstation - best of the bunch, but hasn't been updated since late nineties. Everything would be fine except the charts are too busy and hard to read. No real scanning. Finviz - no pasting watchlists. Scanning is good, but can't click to add chart to watchlist. No tracking events. Here's what I want the software to do: a) provide a technical/fundamental scanner b) ability to paste large number of symbols to create watchlist - not one by one c) bulk charting so I can scan thru 20-50 charts per page, in any chart format I prefer d) track events in the watchlist, like new lo/hi, earnings, hi volume, etc. Is that so much to ask?