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Graeme Smith
2018-10-11 10:25:55

I have just started using QuantShare again after about 7 years. Last time I was on I downloaded the stocktwits downloader.
And as a result I have some stocktwit data for 2009 and 2010. Downloading again just now I am receiving stocktwit data for
the the past few days/weeks in 2018.

I would like to create a predictive text analysis model based on historical tweets, but can't find anywhere to get historical
stocktwit data. So is there any way to backfill the stocktwit data between 2010 and 2018? Or does anyone have stocktwit
data going back a few years? Alternatively does anyone know of a service that has historical stocktwit data?


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2018-10-12 03:42:37


You need to contact Stocktwits directly. I think they have an API that provides extended historical data.

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