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Message subject : Re: Stock Technical Analysis Free Software
This message was posted by gary simpson on August 02, 2001 :
In Reply to: Re: Stock Technical Analysis Free Software posted by Lucy Stevens on July 17, 2001 :
Lucy, I had the same problem.
The solution is simple. When you start the program, before doing anything, click on home in the top left hand corner (if not already there) then scroll down. There should be a section titled download. under that are the coutries for which stock figures are available. choose a country. download directions come up. scrolldown about half the way, and highlighted (green on my screen) under item number 6, it will say download current months data, number seven is for previous months (prev months are zipped files). When you select the current months data, it will take you to a list of days minus weekends, you then RIGHT click on each day and "save targoe (or link) as...". This bit is important. save it to the M-c directory - this should be in whatever drive you saved the main programe. Once you have as much data as you need (at least 3 days - I downloaded a couple of months worth and unzipped them into the M-c directory), then you will be able to run all the analysis stuff you want.
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