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Stock Ticker for Precious Metals

Posted on 2010-09-09
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Client wants to add a stock ticker to his website which only lists precious metals activity (gold, silver, platinum).  I never added one before.  Is there a way to limit the ticker to these specific areas of concern?
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This service offers targeted tickers such as precious metals.  You simply paste in the code.

http://freecontent.thefinancials.com/

I'm sure there are other similar services around as well.  
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How do I specify precious metals as the item in the ticker?
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duh, nevermind, I see.  Thanks!
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