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Tiingo EOD

by QuantShare, 758 days ago
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This item downloads EOD data for stocks from Tiingo website. The service covers more than 40,000 tickers including US stocks (+10,000), Chinese stocks, Mutual funds and ETFs.

What you need to do:
- Download the item and install it into QuantShare
- Select it in "Download -> Download Manager"
- Click on "Update"
- Click on "2 Field(s)" button
- Replace the Token with your own
You need to register in Tiingo.com website and get your own token.





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