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Old 04-25-2012, 03:28 AM   #16
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Hello syldes,

Unfortunately Kinetick EOD does not provide LastPrice data. The connection needs to support real-time streaming data to receive LastPrice data in the Market Analyzer.
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What about "LastClose" data? I'm having a similar issue, connected to Kinetick end-of-day but during market hours. I don't want the intraday current price though, I just want to see yesterday's close, i.e., the last closing price in market analyzer, but it's blank. Ironically, if I add an indicator like a MACD, I get data. Maybe I should just create an indicator called "MyLastClose" that just exports Close[0] to a DataSeries and this would work.

See attached screenshot of the Dow 30. I understand why I don't get any LastPrice data, but shouldn't I see LastClose data with yesterday's closing price with the free EOD Kinetick service?
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Old 06-13-2013, 12:23 PM   #18
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To see the previous day close when connected to the Kinetick End of Day (Free) connection please add an indicator column to the Market Analyzer window-->Select the indicator "PriorDayOHLC"-->Plot: Close-->Type: Day then click Ok.
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