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Vivek A. Shah
2011-05-07 03:47:09


Sometimes when I download intraday data, chart shows the data for the outside market hours e.g. my timing specified is 9.00 to 3.30 than chart shows data for sometimes up to 9.30 P.M.
Also I have not executed auto download scrip which downloads data every 1 minute.

Also setting to Hide data outside market hours is not there in Intraday Settings tab.

Also tell me why chart shows data for this extended hours as I downloaded only once.

Intraday Data for NSE Stocks (by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago)
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2011-05-07 05:46:40


Best Answer

To hide data outside market hours:
- Select "Account" then "Intraday Settings"
- Select "Exchange" tab, then specify session time
- Right click on a chart, select "Intraday Settings" then "Hide Data outside Regular Hours"

Data is not provided by us. You can check it by selecting Data -> Edit Databases or by editing the downloader and parsing a sample data.

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