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tick-rs

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Realtime ticker data in your terminal πŸ“ˆ Built with Rust. Data sourced from Yahoo! Finance.

Installation

Binary

Download the latest release for your platform

Cargo

cargo install tickrs

Arch Linux

pacman -S tickrs

Homebrew

brew tap tarkah/tickrs
brew install tickrs

Config File

See wiki entry

CLI Usage

tickrs
Realtime ticker data in your terminal πŸ“ˆ

USAGE:
    tickrs [FLAGS] [OPTIONS]

FLAGS:
    -p, --enable-pre-post    Enable pre / post market hours for graphs
    -h, --help               Prints help information
        --hide-help          Hide help icon in top right
        --hide-prev-close    Hide previous close line on 1D chart
        --hide-toggle        Hide toggle block
        --show-volumes       Show volumes graph
    -x, --show-x-labels      Show x-axis labels
        --summary            Start in summary mode
        --trunc-pre          Truncate pre market graphing to only 30 minutes prior to markets opening
    -V, --version            Prints version information

OPTIONS:
    -c, --chart-type <chart-type>              Chart type to start app with [default: line] [possible values: line,
                                               candle, kagi]
    -s, --symbols <symbols>...                 Comma separated list of ticker symbols to start app with
    -t, --time-frame <time-frame>              Use specified time frame when starting program and when new stocks are
                                               added [default: 1D] [possible values: 1D, 1W, 1M, 3M, 6M, 1Y, 5Y]
    -i, --update-interval <update-interval>    Interval to update data from API (seconds) [default: 1]

Windows

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