GT::DB::Chart - GeniusTrader access to data from Chart
use GT::DB::Chart; my $db = GT::DB::Chart->new; my $prices = $db->get_prices ('BHP.AX', $GT::Prices::DAYS);
This is a
GT::DB module giving access to the Chart database from GeniusTrader scripts and calculations.
$db = GT::DB::Chart->new()
Create and return a new
GT::DB::Chart object to retrieve data from the Chart database (~/Chart/database.sqdb).
Disconnect from the Chart database.
$prices = $db->get_prices ($symbol, $timeframe)
$prices = $db->get_last_prices ($symbol, $limit, $timeframe)
Create and return a
GT::Prices object with the data for
$symbol in the given
$timeframe can be
get_prices() returns all available data for
get_last_prices() returns only the most recent
$limit many values (or as many as available). For example to get the last 250 trading days,
my $prices = $db->get_last_prices ('GM', 250, $GT::Prices::DAYS);
$str = $db->get_db_name ($symbol)
Return the company name for the stock
undef if unknown.
For most applications use
$db->get_name() instead (see
GT::DB), since it tries your ~/.gt/sharenames file if nothing from
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