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                                                   New future suggest: time-based asset allocation graph


Salvatore Gaziano
2017-10-19 08:28:34

Dear Quantshare, i found an interestin feauture that you should implement in the future version. It is a graph time-based (date is on x axis) that shows the weight of each open position at each time.
I found this function often and i think that is very helpful.

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2017-10-20 03:51:35

Thank you for the suggestion.

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