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2011-10-19 21:48:34

Any idea why Volume for either SP500 or DJIA isn't displayed in a chart?

I can't get ^VIX data at all.

2011-10-20 05:54:09


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Which downloader are you using?

Volume for indices is available. Please get the new version of the default downloader from:
Historical Stock Market Data

Regarding the VIX, select "Symbol -> Add", type "^VIX" then click on "Add". After that you can download data for CBOE VIX.

Historical Stock Market Data (by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago)
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