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Symbol Information on Chart

by QuantShare, 2372 days ago
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The "SymbolInformation" function displays symbol's information on a chart.
It displays the company or security title, the stock's industry, the stock's sector and the stock's exchange (NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX...)

In order for this function to work properly, the full name, industry, sector and market fields of your stocks must be filled.
These fields are filled by default but in case they are not (example: you have manually imported a list of symbols), you can fill them manually using "Symbol -> Update Symbol" or automatically using "Symbol -> Auto-Manage Symbols" (make sure you check "Force the update of symbol information" before clicking on "Save").

If you want to keep symbol's info on every new chart you open, simply add the function to your chart then set the chart's layout as your default layout by right clicking on the chart then selecting "Layout -> Set current layout as default".


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