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avi
2011-08-14 08:07:49


hello.

i understand that i can collect fundamental data from yahoo, do i need to collect the data every day or i can download data from 2-3 years ago also?



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2011-08-15 07:34:27

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Which downloader are you referring to?

If you want to insert data manually then you can add daily or historical fundamental data in a custom database.



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