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Re: Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

Leo
 

Hi David

 

I tried both, neither return historic data from TDA, which is why it does not work.

Yahoo returns data for medff, but not pnc-p, and google returns for pnc-p, but not medff, so use the sources that work for each.

 

Regards

 

Leo



---In xlqusers@..., <dwstewart3@...> wrote :

Hi Leo,

 

The TDA symbols and purchase dates for the two positions that are providing the error are:

 

MEDFF 10/23/2017

PNC-P  4/13/2016

 

Several days ago, the error I was getting changed from #ERROR to #N/A.

 

Thanks for any help you can provide.

 

Regards,

David

 

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2018 5:23 AM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: RE: [xlqusers] Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

 

 

Hi David

 

Let me know the symbols and the dates and I will try here, I am guessing that they do not have all the historic data resulting in a range error. If that is the case adjust the purchase date to be the earliest date they have for the symbols.

 

Regards

 

Leo

 



---In xlqusers@..., <dwstewart3@...> wrote :

Thanks, Rich.  I’ve tried using the format in the demo, and it still doesn’t work.  The way I’ve set it up with all of my positions is:

 

=xlqrhHighestClose(AX, FX)

 

Where column A contains the Symbol, column F contains the purchase date, and X is the row. 40 stocks work just fine, and these two don’t.  Not a huge deal, but it prevents me from automatically calculating my trailing stops.

 

David

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Friday, December 29, 2017 11:55 AM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: RE: [xlqusers] Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

 

 

I went over to the demo and input MEDFF, using yahoo as source and it works.  I used the formula of:

 

=xlqrhHighestClose("Symbol","Date Ref1", "Date Ref2","Source")

 

It appears that you have to use specific dates, and the one in the demo cell only used one date reference, so it had the following formula:

 

=xlqrhHighestClose($H$7,H$9,,H$6)

 

You can see that it put an extra , in the place of the 1 missing date ref.   

 

Hope this helps.

 

Rich

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2017 3:11 PM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: [xlqusers] Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

 

 

I've got 42 positions across 3 portfolios, and they all behave well, for the most part.  But I am unable to get =xlqrhHighestClose and =xlqrhHighestCloseDate to provide anything except #ERROR on 2 positions: MEDFF, PNC-P.  All of my data comes from TDA, and all other formulae work correctly..

Is anybody else having this kind of problem?


Re: Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

David Stewart
 

Hi Leo,

 

The TDA symbols and purchase dates for the two positions that are providing the error are:

 

MEDFF 10/23/2017

PNC-P  4/13/2016

 

Several days ago, the error I was getting changed from #ERROR to #N/A.

 

Thanks for any help you can provide.

 

Regards,

David

 

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2018 5:23 AM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: RE: [xlqusers] Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

 

 

Hi David

 

Let me know the symbols and the dates and I will try here, I am guessing that they do not have all the historic data resulting in a range error. If that is the case adjust the purchase date to be the earliest date they have for the symbols.

 

Regards

 

Leo

 



---In xlqusers@..., <dwstewart3@...> wrote :

Thanks, Rich.  I’ve tried using the format in the demo, and it still doesn’t work.  The way I’ve set it up with all of my positions is:

 

=xlqrhHighestClose(AX, FX)

 

Where column A contains the Symbol, column F contains the purchase date, and X is the row. 40 stocks work just fine, and these two don’t.  Not a huge deal, but it prevents me from automatically calculating my trailing stops.

 

David

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Friday, December 29, 2017 11:55 AM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: RE: [xlqusers] Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

 

 

I went over to the demo and input MEDFF, using yahoo as source and it works.  I used the formula of:

 

=xlqrhHighestClose("Symbol","Date Ref1", "Date Ref2","Source")

 

It appears that you have to use specific dates, and the one in the demo cell only used one date reference, so it had the following formula:

 

=xlqrhHighestClose($H$7,H$9,,H$6)

 

You can see that it put an extra , in the place of the 1 missing date ref.   

 

Hope this helps.

 

Rich

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2017 3:11 PM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: [xlqusers] Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

 

 

I've got 42 positions across 3 portfolios, and they all behave well, for the most part.  But I am unable to get =xlqrhHighestClose and =xlqrhHighestCloseDate to provide anything except #ERROR on 2 positions: MEDFF, PNC-P.  All of my data comes from TDA, and all other formulae work correctly..

Is anybody else having this kind of problem?


Re: Cryptocurrency Prices Question for Leo

Robert Hall
 

Many thanks Edward, I will try those.

Regards,
Rob

 



From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2018 11:23 AM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: Re: [xlqusers] Cryptocurrency Prices Question for Leo

 

None offer live cryptos for XLQ.  Yahoo provides delayed quotes for many cryptos with symbols like ETH-USD, BTC-USD, etc.  The list I am monitoring is shown below:

BTC-USD
ETH-USD
LTC-USD
STEEM-USD
XRP-USD
XEM-USD
ADA-USD
ADX-USD
ANT-USD
ARDR-USD
ARK-USD
BAT-USD
BLOCK-USD
BNT-USD
BTCD-USD
BTG-USD
CVC-USD
DASH-USD
DCR-USD
DGB-USD
DGD-USD
DNT-USD
DOGE-USD
EDG-USD
ETC-USD
ETH-USD
FAIR-USD
FCT-USD
FUN-USD
GAME-USD
GBYTE-USD
GNO-USD
GNT-USD
IOC-USD
KMD-USD
LSK-USD
LTC-USD
MAID-USD
MCO-USD
MLN-USD
MONA-USD
MTL-USD
NAV-USD
NEO-USD
NXS-USD
NXT-USD
OMG-USD
PART-USD
PAY-USD
PIVX-USD
QRL-USD
QTUM-USD
REP-USD
RLC-USD
SALT-USD
SC-USD
SNT-USD
STEEM-USD
STORJ-USD
STRAT-USD
SYS-USD
UBQ-USD
VTC-USD
WAVES-USD
WINGS-USD
XCP-USD
XEM-USD
XLM-USD
XMR-USD
XRP-USD
XVG-USD
XZC-USD
ZEC-USD
ZEN-USD

On Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 3:53 AM, 'Robert Hall' roberthall10@... [xlqusers] <xlqusers@...> wrote:
 

 
Hi Leo
 
Do any of the feeds you offer with XLQ offer live pricing data for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Etherium, Monero, etc?
 
I believe cryptocurrency exchanges like Bittrex offer API access so is there any chance XLQ may offer this facility in the future?
 
Otherwise it looks like we will have to wait until the CME Group starts offering regular exchange access which I believe they say they may do for cryptocurrency futures in the near future - whatever that timescale means.

Regards,
Rob

 




--
Edward Howerter


Re: Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

Leo
 

Hi David

 

Let me know the symbols and the dates and I will try here, I am guessing that they do not have all the historic data resulting in a range error. If that is the case adjust the purchase date to be the earliest date they have for the symbols.

 

Regards

 

Leo

 



---In xlqusers@..., <dwstewart3@...> wrote :

Thanks, Rich.  I’ve tried using the format in the demo, and it still doesn’t work.  The way I’ve set it up with all of my positions is:

 

=xlqrhHighestClose(AX, FX)

 

Where column A contains the Symbol, column F contains the purchase date, and X is the row. 40 stocks work just fine, and these two don’t.  Not a huge deal, but it prevents me from automatically calculating my trailing stops.

 

David

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Friday, December 29, 2017 11:55 AM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: RE: [xlqusers] Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

 

 

I went over to the demo and input MEDFF, using yahoo as source and it works.  I used the formula of:

 

=xlqrhHighestClose("Symbol","Date Ref1", "Date Ref2","Source")

 

It appears that you have to use specific dates, and the one in the demo cell only used one date reference, so it had the following formula:

 

=xlqrhHighestClose($H$7,H$9,,H$6)

 

You can see that it put an extra , in the place of the 1 missing date ref.   

 

Hope this helps.

 

Rich

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2017 3:11 PM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: [xlqusers] Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

 

 

I've got 42 positions across 3 portfolios, and they all behave well, for the most part.  But I am unable to get =xlqrhHighestClose and =xlqrhHighestCloseDate to provide anything except #ERROR on 2 positions: MEDFF, PNC-P.  All of my data comes from TDA, and all other formulae work correctly.

Is anybody else having this kind of problem?


Re: Cryptocurrency Prices Question for Leo

Edward Howerter
 

None offer live cryptos for XLQ.  Yahoo provides delayed quotes for many cryptos with symbols like ETH-USD, BTC-USD, etc.  The list I am monitoring is shown below:

BTC-USD
ETH-USD
LTC-USD
STEEM-USD
XRP-USD
XEM-USD
ADA-USD
ADX-USD
ANT-USD
ARDR-USD
ARK-USD
BAT-USD
BLOCK-USD
BNT-USD
BTCD-USD
BTG-USD
CVC-USD
DASH-USD
DCR-USD
DGB-USD
DGD-USD
DNT-USD
DOGE-USD
EDG-USD
ETC-USD
ETH-USD
FAIR-USD
FCT-USD
FUN-USD
GAME-USD
GBYTE-USD
GNO-USD
GNT-USD
IOC-USD
KMD-USD
LSK-USD
LTC-USD
MAID-USD
MCO-USD
MLN-USD
MONA-USD
MTL-USD
NAV-USD
NEO-USD
NXS-USD
NXT-USD
OMG-USD
PART-USD
PAY-USD
PIVX-USD
QRL-USD
QTUM-USD
REP-USD
RLC-USD
SALT-USD
SC-USD
SNT-USD
STEEM-USD
STORJ-USD
STRAT-USD
SYS-USD
UBQ-USD
VTC-USD
WAVES-USD
WINGS-USD
XCP-USD
XEM-USD
XLM-USD
XMR-USD
XRP-USD
XVG-USD
XZC-USD
ZEC-USD
ZEN-USD

On Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 3:53 AM, 'Robert Hall' roberthall10@... [xlqusers] <xlqusers@...> wrote:
 

 
Hi Leo
 
Do any of the feeds you offer with XLQ offer live pricing data for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Etherium, Monero, etc?
 
I believe cryptocurrency exchanges like Bittrex offer API access so is there any chance XLQ may offer this facility in the future?
 
Otherwise it looks like we will have to wait until the CME Group starts offering regular exchange access which I believe they say they may do for cryptocurrency futures in the near future - whatever that timescale means.

Regards,
Rob

 




--
Edward Howerter


Re: Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

David Stewart
 

Thanks, Rich.  I’ve tried using the format in the demo, and it still doesn’t work.  The way I’ve set it up with all of my positions is:

 

=xlqrhHighestClose(AX, FX)

 

Where column A contains the Symbol, column F contains the purchase date, and X is the row. 40 stocks work just fine, and these two don’t.  Not a huge deal, but it prevents me from automatically calculating my trailing stops.

 

David

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Friday, December 29, 2017 11:55 AM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: RE: [xlqusers] Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

 

 

I went over to the demo and input MEDFF, using yahoo as source and it works.  I used the formula of:

 

=xlqrhHighestClose("Symbol","Date Ref1", "Date Ref2","Source")

 

It appears that you have to use specific dates, and the one in the demo cell only used one date reference, so it had the following formula:

 

=xlqrhHighestClose($H$7,H$9,,H$6)

 

You can see that it put an extra , in the place of the 1 missing date ref.   

 

Hope this helps.

 

Rich

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2017 3:11 PM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: [xlqusers] Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

 

 

I've got 42 positions across 3 portfolios, and they all behave well, for the most part.  But I am unable to get =xlqrhHighestClose and =xlqrhHighestCloseDate to provide anything except #ERROR on 2 positions: MEDFF, PNC-P.  All of my data comes from TDA, and all other formulae work correctly.

Is anybody else having this kind of problem?


Re: Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

Richard Hill <rich.126@...>
 

I went over to the demo and input MEDFF, using yahoo as source and it works.  I used the formula of:

 

=xlqrhHighestClose("Symbol","Date Ref1", "Date Ref2","Source")

 

It appears that you have to use specific dates, and the one in the demo cell only used one date reference, so it had the following formula:

 

=xlqrhHighestClose($H$7,H$9,,H$6)

 

You can see that it put an extra , in the place of the 1 missing date ref.   

 

Hope this helps.

 

Rich

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2017 3:11 PM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: [xlqusers] Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

 

 

I've got 42 positions across 3 portfolios, and they all behave well, for the most part.  But I am unable to get =xlqrhHighestClose and =xlqrhHighestCloseDate to provide anything except #ERROR on 2 positions: MEDFF, PNC-P.  All of my data comes from TDA, and all other formulae work correctly.

Is anybody else having this kind of problem?


Random errors on xlqrhHighestClose

David Stewart
 

I've got 42 positions across 3 portfolios, and they all behave well, for the most part.  But I am unable to get =xlqrhHighestClose and =xlqrhHighestCloseDate to provide anything except #ERROR on 2 positions: MEDFF, PNC-P.  All of my data comes from TDA, and all other formulae work correctly.

Is anybody else having this kind of problem?


Re: Use Multiple Data Sources

Richard Hill <rich.126@...>
 

Ed,

 

I can’t tell you why, but yes, I am getting info from TDA on approx. 1300 different stocks. 

 

Rich

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Wednesday, December 20, 2017 4:19 PM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: RE: [xlqusers] Use Multiple Data Sources

 

 

I am currently using Yahoo (<=800 symbols), IQFeed (<=500), TDA (<=500) and IB (<=100) as data feeds.  I agree each does things a bit differently. 

 

Are you saying you  are getting 1300 symbols from TDA or that you have 1300 shares covered by the 500 symbols you get from TDA?

 

Ed

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2017 2:23 PM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: [xlqusers] Use Multiple Data Sources

 

 

The recent loss of Yahoo as a day data source had a silver lining.  I learned a lot more about the XLQ program.  Like many users, I had to move from Yahoo to TDA.  I also had to become more familiar with XLQ preferences in order to change the default data source to TDA.  And I learned a heck of a lot more about the XLQ formula and how to use it in my spreadsheet.

 

I determined that making TDA as the day data source allowed me to change all formula so that it doesn't even need to list the data source - since TDA is now the default.

I also figured out that the not all data is available from every data source.  As an example, TDA does not provide Price to Book %, yet Yahoo does.  However, to pull data from Yahoo when TDA is the default, you have to show Yahoo as the data source in the XLQ formula.

 

I also realized that the XLQ Demo program is very helpful and can be used to compare what data is available from TDA and Yahoo for the same stock symbol.

 

I am really happy that Yahoo is now back providing data, but  TDA appears to be faster and I am not having any issues with obtaining data on around 1300 shares so will continue with TDA as default.  But I will also add Yahoo to pull data (price to book) that TDA does not provide.

 

Good job Leo!

 


Re: Use Multiple Data Sources

Edward Howerter
 

I am currently using Yahoo (<=800 symbols), IQFeed (<=500), TDA (<=500) and IB (<=100) as data feeds.  I agree each does things a bit differently. 

 

Are you saying you  are getting 1300 symbols from TDA or that you have 1300 shares covered by the 500 symbols you get from TDA?

 

Ed

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2017 2:23 PM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: [xlqusers] Use Multiple Data Sources

 

 

The recent loss of Yahoo as a day data source had a silver lining.  I learned a lot more about the XLQ program.  Like many users, I had to move from Yahoo to TDA.  I also had to become more familiar with XLQ preferences in order to change the default data source to TDA.  And I learned a heck of a lot more about the XLQ formula and how to use it in my spreadsheet.

 

I determined that making TDA as the day data source allowed me to change all formula so that it doesn't even need to list the data source - since TDA is now the default.

I also figured out that the not all data is available from every data source.  As an example, TDA does not provide Price to Book %, yet Yahoo does.  However, to pull data from Yahoo when TDA is the default, you have to show Yahoo as the data source in the XLQ formula.

 

I also realized that the XLQ Demo program is very helpful and can be used to compare what data is available from TDA and Yahoo for the same stock symbol.

 

I am really happy that Yahoo is now back providing data, but  TDA appears to be faster and I am not having any issues with obtaining data on around 1300 shares so will continue with TDA as default.  But I will also add Yahoo to pull data (price to book) that TDA does not provide.

 

Good job Leo!

 


Re: XLQ hangs up retrieving data from TDA

Jim Zeeb
 

Now it’s working this AM.. It wasn’t working for most of last week.

I’ll save this email for when it stops working again.

 

Jim

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Monday, December 18, 2017 6:06
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: [xlqusers] Re: XLQ hangs up retrieving data from TDA

 

 

Hi Jim

 

Right click the Q and choose view data / status and look through the different historic status views and send me (to my email) a copy of the log for the source that is not updating.

 

Regards

 

Leo



---In xlqusers@..., <jim@...> wrote :

The Q in the taskbar is red in the middle. Mousing over it shows “Historic: 72 of 151 Updated”. This does not change and several formulas show Busy…

I changed the preferences to delete data on exit, but this does not clear the problem.  Using 32 bit ver 5.902 with Excel 2010. This has been an intermittent problem over several months.

 

Thanks … Jim Zeeb


Re: XLQ hangs up retrieving data from TDA

Leo
 

Hi Jim

 

Right click the Q and choose view data / status and look through the different historic status views and send me (to my email) a copy of the log for the source that is not updating.

 

Regards

 

Leo



---In xlqusers@..., <jim@...> wrote :

The Q in the taskbar is red in the middle. Mousing over it shows “Historic: 72 of 151 Updated”. This does not change and several formulas show Busy…

I changed the preferences to delete data on exit, but this does not clear the problem.  Using 32 bit ver 5.902 with Excel 2010. This has been an intermittent problem over several months.

 

Thanks … Jim Zeeb


XLQ hangs up retrieving data from TDA

Jim Zeeb
 

The Q in the taskbar is red in the middle. Mousing over it shows “Historic: 72 of 151 Updated”. This does not change and several formulas show Busy…

I changed the preferences to delete data on exit, but this does not clear the problem.  Using 32 bit ver 5.902 with Excel 2010. This has been an intermittent problem over several months.

 

Thanks … Jim Zeeb


Re: Microsoft excel is waiting for another application to complete an OLE action

Richard Hill <rich.126@...>
 

 

I use XLQ with Excel 365.  Works fine; although recently I notice that excel shuts down and automatically reboots. Don’t understand it and to my knowledge I don’t have any virus or malware to cause this issue.

 

 

 

Does XLQ work with Excel 365?


Re: Microsoft excel is waiting for another application to complete an OLE action

Thomas Coursey
 

Does XLQ work with Excel 365?


Re: Use Multiple Data Sources

Dave Clews
 

Great sharing of lessons learnt Rich! 

On 29 Nov 2017 7:30 AM, "rich.126@... [xlqusers]" <xlqusers@...> wrote:
 

The recent loss of Yahoo as a day data source had a silver lining.  I learned a lot more about the XLQ program.  Like many users, I had to move from Yahoo to TDA.  I also had to become more familiar with XLQ preferences in order to change the default data source to TDA.  And I learned a heck of a lot more about the XLQ formula and how to use it in my spreadsheet.

I determined that making TDA as the day data source allowed me to change all formula so that it doesn't even need to list the data source - since TDA is now the default.

I also figured out that the not all data is available from every data source.  As an example, TDA does not provide Price to Book %, yet Yahoo does.  However, to pull data from Yahoo when TDA is the default, you have to show Yahoo as the data source in the XLQ formula.

I also realized that the XLQ Demo program is very helpful and can be used to compare what data is available from TDA and Yahoo for the same stock symbol.

I am really happy that Yahoo is now back providing data, but  TDA appears to be faster and I am not having any issues with obtaining data on around 1300 shares so will continue with TDA as default.  But I will also add Yahoo to pull data (price to book) that TDA does not provide.

Good job Leo!




Re: TDA Update

Richard Hill <rich.126@...>
 

TDA doesn’t provide Price to Book.  Yahoo does. =xlqPricePerBook("Symbol","Source")


For Dividend with TDA, use: 
=xlqDividendAmount("Symbol","Source")

 

I don’t know about the others.

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2017 8:19 AM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: [xlqusers] TDA Update

 

 

I recently opened a TDA account and XLQ is updating properly.  There are some formulas that I used that are not working as before, i.e. Price to Book, Price to Sales, Dividends, and PEG ratio.  Any suggestions?

 

Roger

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Use Multiple Data Sources

rich.126@...
 

The recent loss of Yahoo as a day data source had a silver lining.  I learned a lot more about the XLQ program.  Like many users, I had to move from Yahoo to TDA.  I also had to become more familiar with XLQ preferences in order to change the default data source to TDA.  And I learned a heck of a lot more about the XLQ formula and how to use it in my spreadsheet.

I determined that making TDA as the day data source allowed me to change all formula so that it doesn't even need to list the data source - since TDA is now the default.

I also figured out that the not all data is available from every data source.  As an example, TDA does not provide Price to Book %, yet Yahoo does.  However, to pull data from Yahoo when TDA is the default, you have to show Yahoo as the data source in the XLQ formula.

I also realized that the XLQ Demo program is very helpful and can be used to compare what data is available from TDA and Yahoo for the same stock symbol.

I am really happy that Yahoo is now back providing data, but  TDA appears to be faster and I am not having any issues with obtaining data on around 1300 shares so will continue with TDA as default.  But I will also add Yahoo to pull data (price to book) that TDA does not provide.

Good job Leo!



TDA Update

Roger & Edie
 

I recently opened a TDA account and XLQ is updating properly.  There are some formulas that I used that are not working as before, i.e. Price to Book, Price to Sales, Dividends, and PEG ratio.  Any suggestions?

 

Roger

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Re: =xlqName #N/A

Richard Hill <rich.126@...>
 

Make sure to review the demo spreadsheet.  There is a worksheet  for historic and another for day formulas.

 

Make sure to go into the xlq preferences and set the default source for day to TDA and the default source for historic to Yahoo.  Once that is done, you do not have to identify the source in your formulas as the default source will automatically go to those sources.  Then make sure your formulas are for the appropriate day or historic.

 

 

 

From: xlqusers@... [mailto:xlqusers@...]
Sent: Friday, November 24, 2017 9:10 AM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: Re: [xlqusers] =xlqName #N/A

 

 

It appears I'm under the impression yahoo is still a viable source.

I have it set up yahoo for my historic data with TDA giving me my daily data.

I'll go back and read the past comments. Obviously I'm missing something very basic here.

Thanks

 

 

 

 

In a message dated 11/24/2017 11:43:13 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, xlqusers@... writes:

 

Make sure you read all of the past comments about this issue. There are a variety of reasons why u could be having problems.  Have u signed up for TDA account and completed everything they require.

Have u gone into xlq preferences and selected TDA in 2 places?


From: xlqusers@... <xlqusers@...> on behalf of sinclairdp@... [xlqusers] <xlqusers@...>
Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2017 7:15:28 PM
To: xlqusers@...
Subject: RE: [xlqusers] =xlqName #N/A

 

 

Thanks, I tried changing "yahoo” to “TDA” but I then get "Busy..." in the cell

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