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John Willis
2020-01-26 08:44:03

New to Quantshare, how do I download historical stock data from Canadian exchanges and get 15 minute updates?

I'm retired now and have more time to play with this software.


2020-01-27 17:04:17


Hi John,

Please follow instructions here and select the appropriate exchange:

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