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Gilari Decosta
2010-08-14 03:30:03


Sir,
We use STATIC WATCH LIST for the further watching of symbol in coming days like triangle formation and "M" formation etc.
we may find more symbols to add to these watch list,while studying a chart.IF WE CAN ADD THE SYMBOL OF CHART TO A STATIC WATCH LIST FROM CHART, USING RIGHT CLICK MENUE
It will save a lot of time for user.
With thanks
GILARI



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2010-09-08 10:04:39



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