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I am analyzing e.g. TUI Group stocks.

In XTB broker we can see peak at around 20 EUR, current price ~5.2 EUR: enter image description here

In Exante we can see peak at around 20 EUR, current price ~5.2 EUR: enter image description here

But when we check e.g. www.boerse-frankfurt.de (which is the stock exchange website), we can see peak at around 13 EUR, current price ~5.2 EUR: enter image description here

The same goes for bloomberg or google, all of them have peak at 13 EUR and current price ~5.2 EUR:

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Why the historic prices differ so greatly in brokers?

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  • Retail brokers are basically a scam. Just putting that out there. Of course this will be deleted because you guys like being scammed. – D J Sims Feb 24 at 22:43
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None of them shows every single price they were traded at - and different sources have different ways to consolidate data. Maybe some take the price every minute, and others take every five minutes, so they would miss a very short spike, etc. Also, some might show the highest and lowest for each slot; others show the average, and so on.

You would need to check each source which time resolution it uses, and how they consolidate the data within each time window.

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  • That's really confusing, when looking on one chart you may think that the price is very undervalued, but looking at another one it tells you it's not that overvalued as you think – tobi Feb 27 at 18:04

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