UPDATED: Sector Analysis – Download the Optuma 64bit Workbooks
Australian and US Sector Workbooks
See below to download the workbooks with updated sector components – including the Real Estate sector – and new sample page layouts.
Following recent changes in the constituents of the Australian and US indices, the Optuma sector workbooks have been updated. Now in 64bit .owb format, they can be downloaded by clicking the buttons below and opening them in your copy of Optuma.
Some of the workbook page tabs have sample Page Layouts, so be sure to watch the video to learn how to use them (both with and without watchlists) to quickly set up your preferred chart space.
Note: To see the charts requires Optuma software and an active account with a subscription to our Australian or US data.
Download and customise the sector workbooks
Optuma clients can download and open the workbooks and set up their own charts and tools by clicking the buttons on the right and saving the files. Once saved, double-click on the file to open, and click yes when prompted to move them from the download location to your default Workbooks folder. Note that to access the charts requires an active data subscription. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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Darren Hawkins, MSTA
Senior Software Specialist at Optuma
Darren is the senior Software Specialist at Optuma. He joined the company in 2009 after attending an introductory technical analysis course. Darren now instructs users all over the world, from experienced Wall Street traders and professional money managers to individual traders drawing their first trendlines.
Darren grew up in the UK and attended college in the USA where he earned a BA in Economics from St Mary's College of Maryland. He went on to spend a few years working at the Nasdaq Stock Market in Washington DC. Going on to live and work in Australia, UK and currently USA, Darren has a broad understanding of the individual needs of traders and investors utilising a wide range of methodologies.
In 2014 Darren passed the UK-based Society of Technical Analysts diploma course, and is looking forward to soon becoming a candidate for the Market Technicians Association's CMT programme.
When not looking at charts, Darren keeps a keen eye on England's cricket team—especially if they are playing against Australia. He recently moved to Charlotte, North Carolina with wife Wendy and their labrador, Gabba.