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GetVariable Multiple Usage

referenced in a forum message (SCRIPT: Set current symbol as your benchmark!) by Josh 212 days ago
Below is a script that sets the currently active symbol as your reference benchmark symbol. You can then recall your reference benchmark in any of your formulas and use it however you like. The scrip...
referenced in a forum message (SCRIPT: Stock Price Autodownloader v1.0) by Josh 214 days ago

There is no automatic on/off at the start and end of market hours. If it is running, it is downloading. If you've followed the optional instructions, you wil...
referenced in a forum message (SCRIPT: Stock Price Autodownloader v1.0) by Josh 214 days ago
This script below will automatically download the latest price data every time you change symbols (historical or intraday). In addition, on the intraday chart, it'll automatically run the downloader e...
GetVariable Multiple Usage was updated 223 days ago
downloaded by Seeker 224 days ago

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