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Good afternoon.

On ProRealRime, we already have lists set up for the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250.

Seems like you can only have 50 in each list and then they are broken down further alphabetically. 

Some just say 'Wall Street'.

Is there anyway of  getting more lists in ProRealTime?

I could make my own lists but this would take time and would have to be updated every quarter due to Index changes.

I'd love to see AIM 50 or S&P 500.

Thank you.

Stephen Copeland

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