I am looking for an experienced Java Web programmer to create a program to get simple numerical information from a website concerning stock forecasts. The website is called "http://www.stock-forecasting.com/". Obviously, you will have to sign up for the service first. You can include this price in your service fees. I would also like the Username and Password that you used to sign up for the stock forecasting service. The program should do the following:
1) Record all information regarding the free stocks in the Access Database (the free stocks can be found at: “[url removed, login to view]”)
2) Search the site for the top Vectors and store all information regarding the stocks in the Access Database (the number of stocks to record in the database will be given as a command line argument)
3) Search the site for the top "Lows", ie: the stocks with the lowest price and store all info regarding the stocks in the Access Database (the number of stocks to record in the database will be given as a command line argument)
4) Search the site for the top Accuracy Percentages, ie: the stocks with an accuracy rating closest to 100% and store all info in the Access Database (the number of Accuracy Percentages to record in the database will be given as a command line argument)
5) Create a separate program that gives me up-to-the second values when given a stock symbol
Overall, the program should require the following command line parameters:
[username] [password] [numberOfVectors] [numberOfLows] [numberOfAccuracies]
The program should be multithreaded for speed. It should complete all the scanning in a max time of 3 hours. I have attached a copy of the database structure which should be used to store all the data.
I don’t mind if you use any C++ code to help you in this project but ensure that the final product is two JAR Files.
The final product has to be two JAR Files (I will NOT accept a mixture of source and batch files and complicated instructions on building them), one for getting the top vectors, lows and accuracies from the website and one for getting up-to-second stock prices when given a symbol.
Please don’t hesitate to ask any questions.