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Max Ticks of Each Security

Hi,

I've read the documentation and I don't undestand this: "You can subscribe to 500 minute resolution datafeeds, 100 second resolutions feeds and 10 tick resolution datafeeds."

For example if I want to backtesting over 10 years ago the 500 top dollarprice securities os US at tick, Can I do this?

Thanks.

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Welcome Mariano; There are practical limits time limits as 500 symbols at tick is about 2000 GB of data so we must limit / share the CPU resources. If you use the LEAN open source project on your own computer you can do whatever you like.

The limits on the public website are as you described above.

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