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gsw
2019-01-09 00:54:40


Hi Guys

Completely new to this - so apologies if this a dumb question - but can you analyse your own data set - for example, in its simplest form just time, traded price and volume ?

Thanks for all replies



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2019-01-09 06:20:58

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Yes, you can import your own data using the "Data -> ASCII Import" tool.

Here is how:
https://www.quantshare.com/how-377-how-to-import-trading-data-from-csv-files



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