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"Difference Symbols" Now Allow You to Chart Spreads on StockCharts.com


"Difference Symbols" Now Allow You to Chart Spreads - You can now use a hyphen to join together two ticker symbols and we will then plot the difference between them.  For example "$TNX-$FVX".  This is perfect for charting spreads or comparing two related indexes that use the same vertical scale such as two Bullish Percents.  Click here for another example.

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