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FinancialData   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
FinancialData["name"] gives the last known price or value for the financial entity specified by " name". FinancialData["name", start] gives a list of dates and daily closing ...
Currency Units   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Because of the dynamic nature of currency values, internet connectivity is required to retrieve up-to-date exchange rates. When internet connectivity is not available, or ...
VolumeRateOfChange   (Mathematica Indicator)
VolumeRateOfChangeCommonly abbreviated as VROC. Is a momentum indicator. Is computed using volume. Returns a single time series consisting of the percent change in volume ...
Align Plots with Each Other   (Mathematica How To)
The Mathematica graphics language has many controls for preparing and laying out plots. Aligning plots is important when preparing graphics for presentation or publication.
Financial & Economic Data   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica has immediate built-in access to current and historical financial and economic data.
\$DynamicCurrencyConversion   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
\$DynamicCurrencyConversion specifies whether "MoneyUnits" should utilize FinancialData for exchange rate information.
Display Data Dynamically   (Mathematica How To)
Mathematica can collect, process, and display data dynamically and in real time. A large collection of curated data is built into Mathematica , which puts an extraordinary ...
Geographic Data   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica has built-in access to large volumes of carefully curated and continually updated geographic data, including both socioeconomic and related data, as well as ...
FinancialIndicator   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
FinancialIndicator["ind", par_1, par_2, ...] represents a financial indicator " ind" with parameters par_1, par_2, etc.
InteractiveTradingChart   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
InteractiveTradingChart[{{date_1, {open_1, high_1, low_1, close_1, volume_1}}, ...}] makes a chart showing prices and volume for each date. InteractiveTradingChart[{" name", ...
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