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An update to Trade-Radar Stock Inspector is available: version 5.2.6 is live

I'd like to notify users that a new version of Trade-Radar Stock Inspector was just made available over the weekend. The update is related to a fix for the user interface.

Some flaky things were going on when entering new stock symbols and retrieving data. It's all been resolved. Both methods now work just fine.

For your reference here are the two methods:
Method #1: Click the "Get data from Yahoo" button, enter the new symbol in the text box and all data will be retrieved and stored in the database.
Method #2: Enter the new symbol in the dropdown and click the "Search Database" button. Then click the "Get data from Yahoo" button to retrieve data.)

I also fixed a bug that is encountered when Yahoo data has non-numeric results in today's price data. Instead of blowing up, the program now just rejects the data. This usually happens only on very thinly traded stocks or ETFs.

If you'd like to take advantage of these updates, click on [ this link to our Download page ] and get version 5.2.6.

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