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James Carl
2020-03-11 17:24:05


I am using the trial right now. Is there a way to download historic Nasdaq Advancing and Declining Volume




Advancing-Declining-Unchanged volume for NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ (by The trader, uploaded several months ago)
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2020-03-13 10:42:18

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Please download this item then double click on it to open it into QuantShare.
After that, you can download the advancing/declining volume from "Download -> Download Manager".

This item will create several advancing/declining indices in your database.
Example:
^Advancing-Volume-NYSE



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