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I don’t seem to have access to groups such as ASX top 20 / 50 / 100 etc in the security section of the scanning manager. Does anybody know where to find them?
These groupings are part of Optuma Symbol Lists. If you do not see them it is most likely due to them not being enabled on your account (as a data selection).
If you would like access you can swap an existing selecting for Symbol Lists (contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request this change on your account), or you can add them as an additional selection for $5 per month via the Products section of the user-portal.
Alternatively if you have access to the constituent lists in a CSV format you can import them manually for use in Optuma:
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