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      MasterDATA Composite Plug-in and Breadth Data for MetaStock

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MasterDATA's Composite Plug-in for MetaStock and historical composite breadth datafiles on 36 major stock indexes and up to 202 highest trade volume ETFs. Click here to go to Metastock's web site.
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  Use Breadth Data Directly in MetaStock   
Breadth data is an incredibly powerful trading tool.  Compiling composite breadth data, however, is very time consuming and challenging to accurately maintain.  MasterDATA is currently the only source of index and ETF composite breadth data available on the Internet.  Furthermore, MasterDATA offers the only method of using .csv format datafiles directly in MetaStock.
Datafiles on 34 major stock indexes and up to 202 highest trade volume Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).
Use our composite breadth data directly in MetaStock with no import or conversion (MetaStock versions 7.2 and higher).
Daily composite breadth data is updated hourly throughout the trade session.
Download our updated composite breadth datafiles automatically in the background with the MasterDATAlink downloader  program,  included free with your subscription.
Loads automatically with MetaStock.
Easily & automatically download one, any or all of our historical composite breadth datafiles and use that data directly in MetaStock with no import or conversion.  Once installed, the entire process is transparent and seamless.
Datafiles include statistics starting January, 1990, or the start date of the index or ETF through current trading.  For information on statistics included in the historical datafiles, click here.  Downloading the datafiles is accomplished by using our  free downloader program, MasterDATAlink, which will download any or all of the composite datafiles either manually or automatically at times you specify.  For additional information on MasterDATAlink, click here.

Traditionally called "market breadth" data, these statistics have been compiled for decades on the NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ markets.  We feel that "composite breadth" data is now a more accurate term and generally refer to the data as such.  Relative to financial markets, composite breadth data can be compiled on any grouping of trading securities.  Markets, indexes, mutual funds, exchange traded funds and even your own "basket" of stocks can provide composite data.  Composite breadth data includes such measures as advancing / declining issues, advancing / declining volume, new highs / lows, etc.  Until now, however, such data has never been readily available on anything except the three major exchanges.

Each MasterDATACSV datafile contains all the
composite breadth data for a specific index or ETF for a specific trade interval (i.e. daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly data) currently generated by the MasterDATA program as well as historical price data (open, high, low, close, volume) for the index and ETF itself.   Datafiles include statistics beginning 1990 or the beginning of the Index or ETF, whichever is later.
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