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Daily US Stocks Data

by bug man, 2824 days ago
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There are two ways to download EOD quotes. Downloading data by symbol (one request for each symbol) or downloading data by date (one request for each trading day).

If you are downloading data for few stocks, the first solution should be more appropriate for you. However, if like me you are updating your whole end-of-day database daily then you will better appreciate the second solution.

There are several downloaders for US stocks that get data by symbol. I can cite some: Historical Stock Market Data, Historical Share Prices - U.S. Markets, US Historical Quotes from NASDAQ website, Quotemedia Historical Quotes.

But there is only one that I am aware of that gets data by date. In addition, the problem is that it gets only the last trading day, so if you missed one single day then you must use other items to get the missing data (Daily Stock Quotes - Stock Market EOD Data).

The current downloader gets end-of-data for U.S. Stocks (from Amex, NASDAQ and NYSE exchanges) by date. The historical data spans from 2001 to present. You specify the start and end dates and the downloader will retrieve all quotes for all U.S. stocks that occurred during this interval.


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