Export data to excel for further testing
I would like to export data such as mti data, stock data and quick test data.
Daniel Duffy commented
I love the comments below - they all basically say the same thing: VV doesn't give a crap about what it's customers want. They don't trust us with this data that we are PAYING for and they're too scared and stupid to understand that it's continually changing and allowing their paying customers to do an export is NO threat to them BECAUSE the data is always changing. But for those of us who simply want to track things in an Excel spreadsheet that the VV platform doesn't make easy to do, the company only trusts us as far as it takes to get our money. And forget about this company ever doing something smart, and useful, like creating an API to eliminate the need to MANUALLY export data. I have rarely seen such a customer unfriendly company as I have with VV.
Adam Sciannimanica commented
You can do this by converting a backtest to a portfolio then going into trade history and then you can export that data to a csv file
Stephen Kirk commented
I completely understand why VV withdrew the ability to export the range of data it did previously. FEAR and a lack of trust with each and every user. My knowledge of database structures indicates it is a choice by VV, not a lack of ability.
Michael Maher commented
I would like to be able to export the back test transaction log as a csv file.
Blair Carruthers commented
WHY was the ability to export Price data removed?
VV is great with fundamental information, but I also want to use the data for Technical Analysis.
I was able to previously, now I can't!!!
Bruce Sielaff commented
The lack of export ability for OHLCV is a major flaw in the VV7 program, especially since it was possible yesterday, June 9, 2015.
Simon Dennis commented
The ability to be able to export Quick test data would save so much time. It is a pity that such a powerful software application is hampered by this lack of basic operation.PLEASE PLEASE add it ASAP especially on Quick Test.
Simon Dennis commented
I was able to export from stock viewer or a watchlist but it does not include RS RV RT VST REC or a number of other columns. This is silly - as a subscriber I have paid for the platform and it is giving me half but not all. For such a great platform some of the constraints dilute it back to average.