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rv73

Member Since Nov 15, 2010  13 posts Richie V (rv73) Aug 07 2011 at 03:58
Click on month on Monthly Gain bar chart, and show how many Lots were traded for that month.

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Member Since Oct 08, 2010  18 posts Miklós Kiss (venox250) Nov 16 2011 at 15:59
It's already a feature

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