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Setting a Do Not Trade screen for ETFs

Hi - is anyone aware of an easy way to screen for ETFs?  Is using Fundamental data the only way, or is there a built in funtion I'm just not seeing? 

Thanks!

Ben

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Correct; the HasFundamentalData property of CoarseFundamental is the only way to filter out ETF's at this time but we are adding a new company profile data set shortly which should help with this filtering. This property can be used during the coarse selection function when adding a universe. A simple implementation using just coarse selection can be seen here

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Awesome - thanks Gurumeher.

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