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2017-07-19 09:56:24

I recently upgraded to quantshare realtime data and I love it. I was wondering if there is a way to automatically backfill EOD data when I load a symbol. There is option to automatically backfill intraday data and its working great but for daily EOD data its not working.

2017-07-19 17:20:02


There is no automatic way to download EOD data from a data provider but there is one to get data automatically from a downloader (See "Downloader" menu).

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