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SVXY SPLIT BUG

Plz help fix this stock split bug.
https://imgur.com/a/rrcQd1G

4 responses

Had the same problem. I had to restart all of my SVXY trading algorithms. I would recommend creating an excel spreadsheet to keep track of the returns of your algorithms. See what the returns were before the split and put it into excel and just add that to the returns that your algorithm makes in the future.

why this problem still not solved....

It takes longer than 1 week to sort it to start with...

Hi Eric, I have shared this issue with the team. We appreciate the feedback!

Unfortunately, I don't have a timeline for when this split will be fixed.

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