█ BEST PRACTICES
Due to strict limitations on calling request.financial() function, I tried to develop the table with the best ways to be more dynamic to move and the ability to join multiple tables into a spreadsheet. Users can add up to 20 instruments and 2 financial metrics per table. However, it’s possible to add many tables with other financial metrics, then connect them to the main table.
Credits: The idea of joining multiple tables inspired by @QuantNomad Screener for 40+ instruments
█ INDICATOR SETTINGS
1- Moving Table toward right-left up-down from its origin.
2- Hiding Column Title checkmark. Useful for adding a joined table underneath with additional instruments.
3- Hiding Instruments Title checkmark. Useful for adding a joined table on the right with other financial metrics.
4- Shade Alternate Rows checkmark. I believe it’ll make the table easier to read.
5- Selecting Financial Period. (Year, Quarter).
6- Entering a currency.
7- Choosing a financial ID for each column. There’re over 200 financial IDs. Source: What financial data is available in Pine? — TradingView
8- Optional to highlight values in between.
9- Entering the ticker’s symbol with the ability to activate/deactivate.
For best technical performance, use the indicator in a 1D timeframe.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
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