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Thanks for this. May I ask where did you get the 29k-entry data set for this exercise? Did you compile it yourself or did you import it from somewhere?
Thanks! I am subscribed to the Udemy course, and it's perfect! Explains pivot tables as a tool to answer questions easily. That line of thinking makes learning much less intimidating.
Great! I like how clear it becomes even without using secondary charts
How do you get a unique sample data for 500 companies all together in one chart?
Excel Maven, Thank You for Useful video! and i have 1 question, where we can download draft data and train ourselves?
I saw this awesome video
I saw this awesome video by @Manuel Amunategui and he manually went to Yahoo Finance and downloaded the S&P500 and Russell 2000 historical data and then used matplotlib to graph it out. Awesome video. Check it out here:
So I thought. Let's automate the whole process using Selenium and shutil. In this video, we go step-by-step so you visually see the automation.
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Can you do indicators in python if not which program do you use for creating indicators
Great video ??
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Great video, like the graphs!
Modeling variations of an
Modeling variations of an asset, such as an index, bond or stock, allows an investor to simulate its price and that of the instruments that are derived from it; for example, derivatives. Simulating the value of an asset on an Excel spreadsheet provides a more intuitive representation of the valuation of a portfolio
I can't get my columns to be error free - whats the trick? Some are fine, others get the #NUM! error. Thanks!
OMG this is amazingly simple and so clear!!! Why cant my professors explain it like you? THANK YOU!!!
This is the video I was looking for. Thanks for this!
can you put the excell file here to download?
You are really kind to share this, thanks!