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Rajeev Upadhye
2018-09-18 01:52:02


I would like to create a portfolio from results of a screener. Is it possible?


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2018-09-18 05:58:27



You need to export screener symbols. After that create a new portfolio and add these symbols as a "Custom Symbols" condition in the "Symbols" section of the portfolio.


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