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I recently started having the title runtime error. Reverting to previous versions of my strategy didn't help. I finally found it is related to symbol EEM.

I am using Q-Data. I have four symbols in my dataset: $SPX, $NDX, $RUT, and EEM. When I remove EEM from the dataset, the RT error disappears. When I run strategy with *only* EEM in the dataset, the RT error also disappears. This leads me to believe there is something in EEM not synced with the other symbols.

I truncated out all data from the symbol and reloaded, but it still fails with the full dataset. I can't see anything wrong with data when I chart it. I ran the strategy with all Yahoo data and the RT error didn't show.

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Cone8
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#1
The QData process locked up again. Working on it.

Wealth-Data also covers EEM. Just check Wealth-Data for a backup.
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Cone8
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Q-Data should be up-to-date now.

By the way, I just noticed you put $EEM, not EEM.
What's $EEM supposed to retrieve?
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#3
Typo. Fortunately, my code doesn't have the typo. I fixed the original posting.

Yes, it seems to be working now. Thanks.
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The QData process seems to be locked again.
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Cone8
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#5
It might be time to retire QData...
I highly recommend trouble-free Norgate Data. It's worth it.
https://www.wealth-lab.com/extension/detail/Norgate
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Cone8
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#6
Up and running again (for now)
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Cone8
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#7
Because it was referred to in another topic... we worked on and switched servers for the QData service months ago.
There has been no problems since then - quite a successful transition.
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