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                                                   How do I setup Sectors and Industries since Yahoo no longer works?

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genetrader
2018-03-06 13:29:17


I added the trading objects for industries but the Yahoo downloader has been abandoned. Does anyone know how I can get Industry data to setup the industries and sectors and collect fundamental data to use in my calculations?
I believe very strongly in comparing stocks to their groups and using that in my trading formulas.

I just purchased Quantshare a day ago so any help is greatly appreciated - thanks!



QuantShare
2018-03-07 03:28:43

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Use "Symbol -> Auto manage symbols" to let QuantShare set up industries and sectors for you.

Regarding fundamental data, you can use the following items:
Morningstar Annual Fundamentals 2.0 for US and International Stocks
Morningstar Historical Fundamentals





Morningstar Annual Fundamentals 2.0 for US and International Stocks (by Chaim6, uploaded several months ago)
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genetrader
2018-03-07 11:54:02

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This is great - thank you. Now - is there a way I can plot combined data for these sectors and industries? What I mean is - is there a way to average all of the info (P/E, Sales, RSI, etc etc to measure industries against each other and plot industries price performance on the charts? If there are videos of how to do this with any group of stock to create a usable updatable sector and industry that would be a superb next step. Thanks in advance!


genetrader
2018-03-07 11:56:39

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As you can imagine - using group / industry / sector fundamental data in quant analysis is, IMO, the key to creating a solid foundation for a trading system. Obviously money management is THE most important factor in any trading methodology, but building a system based on fundamentally sound ideas based on real value is also crucial.


QuantShare
2018-03-08 03:37:02

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You can use the composite tool (Tools -> Composite) for this or you can use the "comp" function to calculate such data on fly.
Example:
https://www.quantshare.com/sa-179-new-ranking-and-percentile-composite-functions



allan nathan
2018-03-15 11:21:53

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Hi,can you explain in a bit more detail

Use "Symbol -> Auto manage symbols" to let QuantShare set up industries and sectors for you.

I see symbols by industry/sector.but its not populated..

Thanks

allan



QuantShare
2018-03-16 05:49:11

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You need to run "Auto Manage Symbols" and allow it to update existing symbols or use it in an empty account.


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