Now available: US ETF Fundamental Data

by Jun 10, 2022All Articles, Technical Analysis

We are always looking at ways to improve Optuma, and ahead of the upcoming version 2.1 release (we’ll be looking for beta testers very soon!) we’ve added more ETF data to our US Fundamental database.

This means that clients with access to the US data will now be able to add over 70 new datafields to charts or watchlists. Here’s the complete list:

Note: not all data fields are available for all ETFs! For example, Metal Type will only be available for metal-based commodity ETFs.
To add the data to a watchlist select the required field from the Fundamental section (or use the search box to filter):
Once added the watchlist column can then be sorted or grouped. The datafield can also be displayed on a chart using the Chart Element tool:
Please contact support if you have specific data questions.

I’ll just add that with the upcoming 2.1 release we will also have the ability to quickly and easily add the members of all global ETFs to your Symbol Lists – more details soon!

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Darren Hawkins, MSTA

Darren Hawkins, MSTA

Senior Software Specialist at Optuma

Darren is the senior Software Specialist at Optuma based in Brisbane, Australia. 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. Darren joined Optuma in 2009 after attending an introductory technical analysis course that used the software. 
Going on to live and work in Australia, the US, and the UK, Darren has a broad understanding of the individual needs of traders, portfolio managers, and investors utilising a wide range of methodologies and techniques. He instructs users all over the world, from experienced Wall Street traders and professional money managers to individual traders drawing their first trendlines.
In 2014 Darren passed the UK-based Society of Technical Analysts diploma and is working on attaining his CMT. When not looking at charts he keeps a keen eye on England's cricket team - especially when they are playing against Australia.


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