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dears .
fibonacci retracements settings not getting saved in investing,if i open a new chart i have to reconfigure the fibo tool to start drawing,is there anyway to save the settings so that same settings are used while drawing ww charts.its very hectic to keep reconfiguring fio retracement tool from afresh..
tahnk you dears pls advise

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are you talking about investing.com?

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yes sir ...indian version...i signed in .. also

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yes sir ...indian version...i signed in .. also

Use Tradingview, its also free and much more capable than Investing.com (which I think has some connection to TV - my guess -). You are also lucky if you are Indian with TV because unlike others with India stocks and even futures data is not delayed.

While I do support other things when it comes to back-testing, for pure charting purposes, especially if you don't want to shell out money atm, TV is best.

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thanks a lot legendary sir for advice shall do that ,its wiser

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