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Knowledge Base - Net.net 11 | October 09

Most active securities [With Filter] displays details of market on real-time basis. The security listing is based either on Value or Volume of securities. A filter facility window helps to view subjective information as required.

View Most Active Securities With Filter Option

  1. Click Market > Most Active Securities [With Filter]. Alternatively, press Shift+ F10.  The Most Active Securities window is displayed.


  2. Select the Exchange and the Instrument Type in the list. When you select the Exchange as BSE, you need to type the group.

  3. Type the number of securities you want to view in the Sec Cnt. field.

  4. Select Volume or Value.

  5. Select Filter Between. Type the minimum and maximum range for the percentage change of a scrip and click Refresh. Based on the selected category, the following details are displayed in the window:

    •  Scrip Code

    •  Scrip Details

    •  Volume (in 000’s)

    •  Value (in lacs)

    •  Last Traded Price

  6. Right-click inside the Most Active Securities window. Click Create Profile. The Most Active Securities profile is displayed in a new window titled:The Most Active Securities.

  7. To save the column profile, right-click inside the window and select Save Column Profile from the shortcut menu.

Note : You can open only one Most Active Securities with filter window.

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