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Displaying two charts on the same workspace is not quite the same. You need to adjust the range of the charts (start and end dates) so the charts align and you can't see a percentage difference.

I'm keen to compare individual stocks to market indexes on a single chart, would love for someone to chime in if this is possible.

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