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ReplyNagrawal - 1 month ago


Once I compare multiple stocks, is there a way to remove one or more stock without "Resetting" them all and starting over again? For example, if I compare gross margins of WAG, WMT and COST and then only want to remove WAG, how can I remove WAG without resetting the graph?

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