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schhay
2012-07-10 04:28:24


I've been having charting issue after downloading "Daily Stock Quotes" from Yahoo Finance where the close of the day's bar is set to equal to yesterday's close.
It does this every time when I open any new symbol in existing chart. I'm resorting to downloading data multiple times to ensure all the data for all symbols are
downloaded. Then when that doesn't work, I have to close down the app and re-open it. Is anyone facing similar issue? Is there a solution to this problem? Note
that I've never had this problem before.

Thanks.



QuantShare
2012-07-10 10:30:46

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Hi,

I don't understand your issue. What do you mean by "where the close of the day's bar is set to equal to yesterday's close"? Can you please explain in details the problem or maybe give me an example.






schhay
2012-07-11 03:39:08

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what I mean is the close of the today's bar is set to same value as yesterday's close making the change essentially zero. say I have a chart with GOOG opened, then change the symbol to GNRC. for a second the chart is correct, then for some unknown reason, it processing a download, then set the bar's close to same value as yesterday's close.


QuantShare
2012-07-11 12:43:31

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If a download occurs after you change the symbol then you probably have the "Auto-Download Quotes" feature enabled. To disable it, select "Download" then click on "Auto-Download Quotes".

You can also debug the "Daily Stock Quotes" item by following these instructions:
http://www.quantshare.com/how-431-how-to-debug-a-downloader




schhay
2012-07-12 04:13:40

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No, I don't have the auto-download quotes turned on.


QuantShare
2012-07-12 11:08:52

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Please send a chart screenshot to support@quantshare.com


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