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Can you overlay Bonds on a ES chart in Multicharts?

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Can you overlay Bonds on a ES chart in Multicharts?

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Necedah, Wisconsin
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Can you overlay bonds or $TYX (30 YR Bond Index) over say your ES chart using Multicharts? I know you cannot in Trade Station....Thanks Birch49

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