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2017-05-06 20:05:19

I want to back-test a trading strategy against a special list of 30 stocks.
I know how to create a watchList of those 30 stocks, but how do I tell the simulator to use those 30 symbols?

2017-05-06 20:40:21


I figured it out myself.

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