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Is it possible to connect a manual list or a csv list to custom exchange in back tester or signal tester or in a watch list.
Yes – once a symbol list has been created (either a manual list or linked to a .csv) then this can be used in any watchlist, scan, or backtest. Select it from the Lists tab:
Yes sir this i understood however i want the list to fetch data from custom exchange and not optuma data is that possible.
Yes – click the Exchanges tab instead of Lists and the available exchanges will be available (including those that have been imported).
Sorry if there is any misunderstanding in my custom exchange there are many other symbols also which i don’t want so is there a way if i can select a manual list or a csv and apply to custom exchange.
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