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Questions tagged [historical-data]

For questions about sources for historical financial data and its applications to personal finance.

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Flat lines in candlestick charts

I'm creating software that will perform technical analysis on stock data. I'm using single day sessions. I've noticed data where the open, close, high, and low prices are the same. When I pull these ...
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ExxonMobil stock before fusion in 1998

I was looking at the stock time series of ExxonMobil (traded as XOM) on Yahoo Finance and I noticed that it starts from 1962, while the IPO was in 1978 and the fusion of Exxon and Mobil took place in ...
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CAC90 DATA QUESTION [closed]

Im am constructing a P/E Regression model in order to value a company on the CAC90. In order to do that we need data on: 3 year growth rate of revenue 1 year beta ROE If they dividend or not Is ...
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CAT & ILS Bonds/funds [closed]

I'm constructing an portfolio with the objective to diversify as much as possible. I would like to include securities that are uncorrelated with the financial markets. The last few days I've been ...
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Where can I find the daily market gainers of the past? [closed]

I would like to find nano cap stocks that have run in the past but I'm not sure where I should look. Any ideas or suggestions will be appreciated!
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Complete list of US Public and Private Companies by Sector [closed]

Where is the best place to go for a free public data set of all US private and public US companies by industry or sector?
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If financial data is distributed by the markets themselves, can market owners manipulate it and change the prices?

In the book of Quantitative Finance by Schmidt, on page five it states: "Some financial markets are organized in exchanges or bourses (e.g., New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)). In other, so-called over-...
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How can I predict future value of annuity given historical data points and using regression?

I have a retirement fund into which I make regular deposits, however the deposits vary to some extent in size. Furthermore, the growth of the account is also dependent on stock prices. I am tracking a ...
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Where can one download monthly index fund prices from the deep past (40+ years) until today? [closed]

In the Four Pillars of Investing (2002), p. 119, William Bernstein suggests that a portfolio divided 50/50 into the SP500 and EAFE indexes (respectively US domestic and foreign stocks) and rebalanced ...
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Why MSFT Earnings Release FY18 Q4 is missing in the SEC filings?

I was checking the validity of the data of some fundamental data provider and used MSFT as an example. I was surprised that it doesn't have the latest MSFT Earnings Release for FY18 Q4. The published ...
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how to interpret DukasCopy historical 'Ask' data

I am downloading Forex historical data on USD/CHF (1Minute chart) from DukasCopy, which contains columns Open, High, Low, Close, Volume I've just recently learnt how the price works - through the ...
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Why does adjusting for inflation work?

In my experience, different products change price at different rates. Even household staples such as bread or cleaning products don't change the same at the same time. So, when talking about the past ...
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List of long-Term Support & Resistance in forex or stocks

I'm looking for a study of historic long-Term Support & Resistance in forex or stocks. If possible with their level of strength (strong, medium...). Example EURUSD Long-Term Support & ...
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How to get automated data about a stock symbol? [closed]

I'm running a small stock-analysis program on my local machine. To do the analysis over a large amount of historical stock charts, I pull the data form Alphavantage's API using the curl command below. ...
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How to get historical data for stocks in BSE or NSE exchanges in India? [closed]

For research purposes, I need historical data for the last two years or so of companies listed in the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) or Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). I looked around in the ...
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OHLC anomalies on Yahoo Finance's data

While looking at BTC-USD data on Yahoo Finance, I was puzzled by the following: Date Open High Low Close* Adj Close** Volume Apr 06, 2017 1,129.87 1,201.55 ...
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Adjusted Historical Stock Prices?

I'm currently doing a university project which required historical stock price data that is adjusted for splits and dividends. I need the adjusted open, close, high, and low. However, all sources I've ...
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Splits shown in historic data in Google Finance vs Yahoo Finance

In various discussions it is often claimed that YahooFinance always processes the splits into their historical data, but GoogleFinance does not. I have an example where GoogleFinance calculates a ...
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How to calculate worth of money N year ago from given inflation value

I want to calculate worth of money N years ago. Based on this post, it can be calculated using CPI, but I want to use given inflation value N years ago. It better if I can get reference(s) of formula ...
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Why is some data missing on google finance for historical quotes

Comparing the data on google finance https://finance.google.com/finance/historical?q=stwd&start=60&num=30&ei=DgUZWqCTBMi2uASdl4u4CQ and on nasdaq http://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/stwd/...
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What is today's price of 15 000 Euro given 15 years ago?

15 years ago my father gave about 15 000 Euro to a family member in exchange for her share in an inheritance (not materialized to this day). Now this family member has changed her mind and she wants ...
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Why do some services list an IPO date that is well after historical price data you can find elsewhere?

The IPO date I find for the MMM Corporation is 1/13/1978 (http://www.crunchbase.com/ipo/3m-ipo--e0c82f24). Google Finance has price data going back to that date (http://finance.google.com/finance?q=...
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Adjusted vs Unadjusted Close price

I have written some code that retrieves the "Close" and "Adjusted Close" price for all the funds available to me via my employers 401k. The code grabs the prices monthly all the way back to 2000 (or ...
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Quandl financial data : unexpected dividend [closed]

I'm using free Quandl financial data to reproduce a view of S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats. What is important for me is not the result (we can get the list on the internet for free) but I'd like to ...
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Calculating worth of money at different times

I have seen some documentaries mentioning some amount of money in a particular year and then telling how much would it worth today. One such example is on the Wikipedia page of Pablo Escobar, which ...
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Where I can find S&P 500 stock data history? [closed]

I want the history in excel format. Where can I find this?
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Why does historical volume data on Google and Yahoo Finance not correspond with average volume?

When looking at historical data for volume with both Yahoo and Google (as shown in the picture) there seems to be a range of stocks that have days with 0 volume. But average volume (which is a 30 day ...
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How has the country exposure of the FTSE All-World High Dividend Yield Index and the FTSE All-World Index changed with time?

I’m interested in how the country exposure of the FTSE All-World High Dividend Yield Index and the FTSE All-World Index have changed over time (if it has much at all). The index factsheets page here ...
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Where can I find the nominal price of a stock prior a split into multiple companies?

Where can I find the nominal price of a stock prior a split into multiple companies? In my case, I am searching the price of Hewlett Packard before it split into Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP inc....
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How did historical high tax rates work in practice? [closed]

For at least half of the 20th century, the upper tax bracket rates were very high, over 80% in most cases: How did this work in practice? I contend that the US has always had a significant "rich" ...
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Stock Dividends & Splits: Are they always applied over night?

I'm using historical stock data, and I am wondering if I need to account for dividends, splits, and corporate actions during a trading day? I know that they often occur at the end of the day, and an ...
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bid & ask prices and technical indicators

I have a data set with historical prices (forex but I'm assuming it can be about stocks as well) - open, low, high, close - but there's two of each - bidopen, askopen etc. I want to use those data for ...
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What type of low-cost stock index exchange-traded fund (ETF) would give the best long-term total return?

What type of low-cost stock index exchange-traded fund (ETF) would give the best long-term total return, based on historical stock market data? Would it be a narrow blue chip stock index or a broader ...
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Are there banks or credit card companies that track the items in every purchase?

It's nice to look online and see which transactions I made and when, but I think it would be nicer to see which items were bought as well. So I'm looking for that. I want to start making all my ...
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Where can I find historic ratios by industry? [closed]

Where can I find 3-5 year historical data showing average or leading financial ratios by industry. For example, in industries like wireless, telecom,or biotech. The ratios I'm referring to are these ...
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Where can I find historical P/E ratios for companies? [closed]

Since the market conditions are down, I am considering on investing a little money in stocks, and holding them long-term. I would like to see which stocks are 'on sale' and am looking at the P/E ...
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Strange values in ARM.L price data 1998-2000 from Yahoo

I use Yahoo Finance to download stock price data in CSV. In the data of one particular ticker - ARM.L (ARM Holdings PLC @ LSE) I see the prices swinging between 2p and 3000-5000 GBP in the first 2 ...
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Where can end-of-day data be downloaded for corporate bonds? [closed]

I would like to download historical end-of-day prices for corporate bonds. What are some websites for doing so? I do not mind paying for the data but Bloomberg is too expensive, even though it is very ...
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What is the current substitute for the Value Line Composite Index? [closed]

I am trying to use the Value Line Composite Index for a project. Much to my dismay, I just found out that it was discontinued in 2013. Have there been other substitutes developed for this since then? ...
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Where to find CSV or JSON data for publicly traded companies listed with their IPO date?

I found some of this data on Nasdaq's website, but a third of the IPO dates were listed as "n/a".
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Historical 52-week highs data source

I'm new to investing, but am very interested in the workings of the market. Does anyone know of a (preferably free) way to retrieve historical 52-week highs data? Specifically, I would like to analyze ...
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How can one tell if a company's quarterly financial report represents a profit or loss?

How should I review an organization's quarterly report to determine if they had a profit or loss in their last quarter? Sample Report
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How to get the historical components of the stock index constituents?

Does anyone know where to get the historical components of the stock indexes (NASDAQ,FTSE,SENSEX)? I want to see which companies existed in stock indexes in 1980 and to see which companies made it to ...
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Is a stock's trade size history publicly available? [closed]

For example, if a stock trades 100K shares in a given day then it might have happened in 10 10K-share trades, or 1000 100-share trades, or many other possible combinations. I would like to know this ...
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Total market cap in country, and average p/e per country and continent(europe)

sorry I am not sure to post this question in quant stackexchange or in here. I have posted it previously in the below link https://quant.stackexchange.com/questions/18633/total-market-cap-in-country-...
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What does it mean to “settle” a short interest trade?

I am trying to understand what exactly happens on "settlement date" as it pertains to short interest in a stock. A similar question was asked here. It refers to the nasdaq.com definition here (and ...
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Historical dividends for all markets and shares?

Is there any service which provides historical dividend data of shares in: US Germany European Union Japan China I search for the historical data of at least the last 20 years, or even more. Ideally ...
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Historical Stock Prices of delisted company [duplicate]

With services like Google Finance or Yahoo Finance it is very convenient to find the historical stock price metric of a listed company, but if the company is not listed, I can't find the data. For ...
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historical data for analysing pensions [closed]

It is my contention that one of the benefits of a pension is that it provides a system for age-averaging. Imagine three people, each born five years apart (say 1960, 1965 and 1970). These three ...
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Where can I get a list of all Stocks that were acquired or went bankrupt

I'm looking for a list of stocks from 2005 - present that were delisted from Nasdaq/NYSE due to being acquired/going bankrupt/going private/etc. Where can I get such data online (free or paid)?