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msg #66546
Ignore papads
8/22/2008 7:45:56 AM

Hi All,
I've done some searching on the forums to try to find the answer for this, but the last posting was a few years back, so I thought I'd ask again. Is there some way that I can scan for stocks on Canadian exchanges?

Thanks for your help.

11,571 posts
msg #66552
Ignore johnpaulca
8/22/2008 8:48:36 AM

I have asked for this feature for a long time but it has fell on deaf ears, right Tomb.

966 posts
msg #66553
8/22/2008 9:00:18 AM


Thank you for the feedback. Due to lack of demand, StockFetcher dropped support for non-us markets a couple years back.

Best Regards, Support

3 posts
msg #69430
Ignore cacaosteve
11/29/2008 9:01:31 PM

Any idea where to find a scanner for TSE or London?


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