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    Charles Whitney commented  · 

    PLEASE add copy/past functionality for import/export symbols to watchlists.

    Using a .csv or .txt file for import/export to/from watchlist is cumbersome.

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    Charles Whitney commented  · 

    As Ira pointed out, Williams %R is basically the same as Stochastics, except the scale is 0 to -100. If you right click the Stochastic Oscillator you can make it identical to Williams % R by right clicking the Stochastics, change the Fast/Slow tab to Fast (which will remove the %K smoothing) and set the %D smoothing to 1, effectively removing it. Alternatively set the smoothing of both %K and %D to 1, which is another way of doing the same thing. Using a full charting program this modified Stochastic plot and Williams %R plot precisely the same, except for the difference in the +ve or -ve scaling.