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                                                   VIX Indicator and Put/Call Ratio Indicator for NSE NIFTY


2012-03-17 01:50:02


Is there a way I can get the VIX and Put/Call Ratio Indicator for Indian NSE NIFTY?
If yes, how can I add it to the list of indicators? I searched for them in the trading objects but did not find any.

Thank you so much.


2012-03-17 06:14:00


Best Answer
I don't think there is a downloader for the VIX and Put/Call Ratio for Indian NSE NIFTY.

2012-03-17 08:32:03


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