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I have posted this request in several other places on the forum. I'm Taking Big Mikes advice and starting a thread. I'm specifically looking for YM data for 2010. A couple of consecitive weeks would be great. Does not have to be continuous.

Please feel free to post any data for market replay or back testing here.

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I exported YM0610 minute data from Ninja for 3/12 till 3/22 and attached the .txt file
format is
datestamp; h; l; o; c;volume

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I exported YM0610 minute data from Ninja for 3/12 till 3/22 and attached the .txt file
format is
datestamp; h; l; o; c;volume

Thanks, tulanch I'll give it a try.
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hi riverend,
never saw your request - but clear titled new thread is always the best way :
Searchin for YM-data ! iE

i can offer minute + tick-data for YM 03-10.
i think so but i am not 100% shure if they are 100% complete - but thats easy to check in the files.

BTW - the Tickdatas is a 80 MB file - so we have to think wich way we transfer it best.


PS -- ooops -- i compressed the ticks into a .zip -- 5 MB now -- so here we go :
i didnt check them now -- so please go through the files before using them seriously.

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Thanks MAX-td,
Hope this thread picks up where Big mike left off. Zip files may be the best way to go.
for posting.
Your post will help in a project I'm working on.
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Max-td,
I'm sort of a novice when it comes to this. When I see the times they Eastern times zone
or are they the time on your computer. which is what 5 hrs ahead of Eastern

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ooops - didnt think about that -- my timzone in Berlin - time - i think thats the time the timestamps show now.
so you have US-cashopen at 15:30 H / 3:30 PM Berlin time.

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if its important, i could try to change the timezone on my pc + reload a chart + export it then. but dont know if that changes the things as expected.
i can do that on the weekend - i wouldnt like to do this during the week now.
let me know ....

BTW - US- Cash open - close : 15:30 H - 22 H Berlin time .

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if its important, i could try to change the timezone on my pc + reload a chart + export it then. but dont know if that changes the things as expected.
i can do that on the weekend - i wouldnt like to do this during the week now.
let me know ....

BTW - US- Cash open - close : 15:30 H - 22 H Berlin time .

Thanks Max, Knowing time zone change should be OK.
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