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 data [2019/11/07 20:55]betseyp [Markets We Cover] data [2020/03/04 21:02] (current)betseyp [Frequently Asked Questions] Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2020/03/04 21:02 betseyp [Frequently Asked Questions] 2020/02/03 16:46 betseyp [Pseudo-Symbols] 2019/11/07 20:55 betseyp [Markets We Cover] 2019/10/21 17:21 betseyp [Markets We Cover] 2019/07/01 21:26 external edit Next revision Previous revision 2020/03/04 21:02 betseyp [Frequently Asked Questions] 2020/02/03 16:46 betseyp [Pseudo-Symbols] 2019/11/07 20:55 betseyp [Markets We Cover] 2019/10/21 17:21 betseyp [Markets We Cover] 2019/07/01 21:26 external edit Line 166: Line 166: * **\$INDUSTRY** - this index equals the industry index for the industry that the main ticker symbol belongs to. * **\$INDUSTRY** - this index equals the industry index for the industry that the main ticker symbol belongs to. - So, for example, you could use these symbols to create a ChartStyle with a "​Price"​ Indicator of "​\$SYMBOL:​SECTOR"​ - then, regardless of the ticker symbol you apply the style to, we would then plot a sector-based relative strength line on the chart. These pseudo-symbols are available for use with US symbols that have a sector and industry assigned to them. + So, for example, you could use these symbols to create a ChartStyle with a "​Price"​ Indicator of "​\$SYMBOL:​\$SECTOR"​ - then, regardless of the ticker symbol you apply the style to, we would then plot a sector-based relative strength line on the chart. These pseudo-symbols are available for use with US symbols that have a sector and industry assigned to them. We also have several "​theoretical"​ pattern symbols that contain "​perfect"​ versions of different price patterns for use in studying the behavior of technical indicators when such patterns appear on a chart. All such symbols have "​\$TH"​ at their start, as seen below: We also have several "​theoretical"​ pattern symbols that contain "​perfect"​ versions of different price patterns for use in studying the behavior of technical indicators when such patterns appear on a chart. All such symbols have "​\$TH"​ at their start, as seen below: Line 190: Line 190: ===== Frequently Asked Questions ===== ===== Frequently Asked Questions ===== - **Q: Do you offer pre-market or after hours data?​** ​ \\ A: We do not have access to such data at this time. + **Q: Do you offer pre-market or after-hours data?​** ​ \\ A: After-hours ​data is shown on our [[:​reports:​symbol-summary|Symbol Summary]] page during pre-market and post-market trading sessions. **Q: What time do the NSE charts update in real time? **  \\ A: The NSE starts trading at 9:15 AM and closes at 4:00 PM local time. That would be 11:45 PM and 6:30 AM Eastern Time, respectively. **Q: What time do the NSE charts update in real time? **  \\ A: The NSE starts trading at 9:15 AM and closes at 4:00 PM local time. That would be 11:45 PM and 6:30 AM Eastern Time, respectively.