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F Mazandarany
2010-12-16 11:07:25

I have downloaded the data bases for Valuation Ratios, Fundamental s and dividend history, but can't figure out how to access them. A video lesson might be helpful. There is a video lesson that is supposed to show "how to display database contents" but instead it shows" how to add a study"! Could give instruction on how to do this?

2010-12-17 03:41:35


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The video is working and it is not showing "how to add a study"

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