Price Data Table

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Price Data

To view detailed market data in a table for a particular security, select Price Data from the View Menu:


An Enter Symbol dialog will appear. A Symbol Search button is also available if you do not know the symbol.

Alternatively, you can view the detailed price data for the symbol on an active chart or other page by selecting the Price Data command from the Actions for "Symbol" submenu of the chart or work page's Actions menu.

Market Data Page

The user can view the precise market data for the security in a table, and can edit the daily data in the table.

The table has a heading area containing details of the symbol and its display:


Data Table

Each record of data appears sequentially as a row in the table beneath the heading area.

Data Fields (columns)

The data fields displayed will depend on the type of symbol.

For example an equity will have the following data fields: Date, Open, High, Low, Close, Volume, Bid, and Ask.

Futures will have all of these, and in addition have the Open Interest field.

Data Records (rows)

Each data record has its own row.

It is listed and numbered sequentially from oldest at top to most recent at the bottom.

The Date of the data is displayed after the number, as are the data for each field.

Price Data Function Bar

The data in the page can be manipulated using the commands in the function bar:


The data in the table can be updated, or data for a newly selected symbol can be retrieved.

Symbol Identification

The Symbol and its description are displayed.


This refers to the data which each row represents. The choices are Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly and Yearly.

Selecting between compression levels will alter the number of rows which are displayed.

Note - Data in the Price Data table can only be edited when the interval is set to Daily, see Direct Edit, below.

Editing the Data

The following function bar commands are used for editing the table and its daily data:

Add Row


Add a new blank row (or record) to the end of the list.

Use this to provide another day of data.

Insert Row


Select a data field in a row in the table, then click this button to Insert a blank row immediately above the current cursor position.


Delete Row




Select a data field in a row in the table, then click this button to Delete the row.

A confirmation warning will pop up asking if you are sure that you want to delete the selected data field.

Click Yes to permanently delete the row.

Find Date



Click on this command to open the Find Data Date dialog box.

Either type in a date or use the Calendar Selector tool to enter a trading date.

Click OK to go to the selected date.

Edit Status




Data in the Data Table can only be edited when the interval is set to Daily.

When the interval is set to Daily, the status indicator will display Read/Write.

When the interval is set to Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly or Yearly, the status indicator will display Read Only.





Single left-mouse click on the Headline to view it in the News Article window of the News workpage.

The work page also includes a list of other Breaking News and a Search News facility containing search and news filter tools.

For more information, go to the Headline News help topic.


Direct Edit

You can directly edit the data in the table.

When the compression interval is set to Daily, the status indicator will display Read/Write and data in the table will be able to be directly edited. Select a data field with the cursor and type to edit.

Note - Proceed with caution, for any changes you make may permanently affect the pricing database.

When the interval is set to Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly or Yearly, the status indicator will display Read Only. The data in the table cannot be edited and the function bar's editing commands will be disabled.

Saving the Edit

Select the Save Data command from the Action Menu to save the changes you have made.

You must save the changes before you can display them in the chart, see next section.

The ability to edit the pricing data for a security is a useful one, but proceed with caution, for Your SOFTWARE uses this data for all its core functions, including charting, technical indicators and quotes. When you have finished, click Close to exit this window. If you made changes you do not wish to save, click No when requested. To save your changes select Yes.

Displaying the Edited Data

To display the changes in the chart, first save the edit (refer to previous section) and then select the Price Chart command from the Price Data page's Action Menu:


The chart page will open and the saved edits will be generated in the chart.

Note - To recover the original HUBB data for the table, perform a Custom Data Download from the symbol's chart page, this will overwrite the edits you made in the Price Data Table.

Printing the Price Data Page

To print the Price Data page, select the Print command from the Price Data page's Action menu.

The Print dialog will allow you to select a printer and its set its properties, as well as to define the following print parameters:

  • Print All data
  • All data between one date and another. Type in the dates or use the calendar selection tool.
  • A range of pages. The total number of printed pages for the data table will be indicated.

You can also set the printer to print multiple copies.

For more information, go to the Printing help topic in the shared utilities section.

Copy to Clipboard

Select the Copy to Clipboard command (or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+C) to copy the entire range of data in the current Price Data window to the Windows clipboard.

Range of Data

The compression Interval will determine the type and amount of data that will be copied. For example a Daily setting will copy data for each day, copying the data table with a Monthly interval setting will only copy price data summarized for each month.

Paste Copied Data

The data can be pasted into other applications such as Excel, Word, or other spreadsheet or word processing software using the Ctrl+P keyboard shortcut or the internal editing processes of the application.

About Data
The About Data section aims to provide you with an understanding of the types of Data you may access through the Hubb Software and the different methods that may be used to access and maintain them.
Data Setup
Your SOFTWARE analyzes markets to help you trade better and provides both Price Data for technical analysis and Fundamental Data for fundamental analysis as well as news and market reports. In order to do this it needs up-to-date, reliable data from a wide range of exchanges, countries and information providers, in a format compatible with Your SOFTWARE.
Data Maintenance
This section contains information and guides on all aspects of maintaining your Hubb Software's Database.
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