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                                                   Can I download EOD data a few hours after market closed?

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Win
2013-05-31 20:57:26


I need to download a list of stock's end of day data (EOD) at the same day (a few hours after market closed). US market close at 4:00PM and I need data around 7:00PM for analysis and preparing next day's trade. However, I use "yahoo eod quotes" and I have to wait to the next day to get today's data. I also tried to use "Daily Stock Quotes" , it only download one value. I'm not sure it is the nature of the trade object or I did not configure it correctly.
Here is what I want to do:
1) download EOD data of my list (about 200 stocks) every day after market close.
2) download EOD data of whole NYSC, NASDQA and AMEX anytime within 2-3 days
How to configure download trade object(s) to achive this?
Thanks in advance



QuantShare
2013-06-01 13:10:59

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The "Daily Stock Quotes" downloads the last bar data. You can use it after market close. Simply, select your stocks in the "Symbol" tab of the downloader.


Win
2013-06-03 17:24:37

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I need to download 5 values (open, close, high, low and volume) after a few hours after market close. It seems that to use "yahoo eod quotes" , I have to wait to next day. How do I configure it or there are other download object works for this function?
Thanks.



QuantShare
2013-06-03 19:38:19

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Best Answer
The "Daily Stock Quotes" downloader gets these 5 values.

Daily Stock Quotes - Stock Market EOD Data





Daily Stock Quotes - Stock Market EOD Data (by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago)
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Win
2013-06-04 17:25:54

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I download the object from your attached link, it works well. I guess I was using incorrect download object. Many thanks to QS team!


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