I brewed up a stout a bout and after 9 days i moved it from primary to secondary. Since i transfered it yesterday I have not seen any action at all i the air lock. Could this be a problem with oxygen remaining in the secondary?
No. That's pretty standard. A fast, vigorous primary fermentation will lead to practically no airlock activity in the secondary. Wait a couple weeks, and when the gravity levels out consistently, you can bottle and keg. Someone will eventually chime in and say don't bother doing a secondary...
You gotta remember this is the beginner's thread. I think he's doing a standard 1 week primary, 2 weeks secondary, 3 weeks bottling - as opposed to a full primary and only using secondary for dry-hopping or fruit addition as is promoted so much on HBT. 9 days would really put him 2 days over that standard...He's likely right on-track IMO.
Your good. Airlock activity is not a measurement of yeast activity. That hydro reading of 1.024 looks good for a 9 day primary. Let it sit in the secondary for a few weeks and then bottle it up. I usually go a 4 week primary for my stout and then let it sit in the keg for a week or two.