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Hi guys, I love your platform.

I've setup stock screeners on various sites and I normally receive notifications with the ticker symbol. Sometimes I receive multiple ticker symbols. Is there a way we can paste up to X ticker symbols on your site allowing us to quickly find the corresponding stocks and have the choice of adding them to a named watch list ? I think life would be much easier for us. If I wanted to find like 20 ticker symbols via your platform, for example, I'd have to find them one by one while checking to make sure the company name is the one I want. This can become tedious really fast. 

Someone mentioned this before but the person never got an official answer. 

Thanks a lot,

Chris

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