We will work with your market data services to bring all of your teams the most economical package for your firm. Meanwhile, if you’re interested, you can do the comparison yourself by combining my stock market analysis model data (see subject index in the sidebar) with the GS10 interest rate data linked to from the interest rate posts. It’s one of the most effective predictors of long-term returns; see, for example, Projecting Stock Market Returns Unfortunately, it’s not a very good predictor of short-term results.
If you want historical prices for a company like Standard Oil of Indiana which first changed its name to Amoco and then was bought by British Petroleum you are apparently out of luck. Time delta helps you get the start date by specifying the number of days from given date. Like your end date is today and you want stoc prices for last 100 days ,we can use timedelta.
Replace this with whatever stock symbol you are interested in. The two date fields indicate that you want data between 1993 and 2011. The data is available for download in metastock format, in csv (comma separated values) files. This video here presents is a trick to speed up the download up to 10 times faster or even more, making the complete back-fill of historical data within a tea break time. I combined both methods mentioned above, and I was able to download more than 5000 historical data (1 week back-fill) within 5 minutes!
Note: Historical and current stock price performance data is not necessarily indicative of future performance. The Historical Price Lookup enables you to see the price of Intel stock (INTC) on any trading day in the company’s history since 1972. The historical stock information is provided by Mergent, a third party service, and Intel Corporation does not maintain or provide information directly to this service. Often people ask me where they can find historical data of stock prices, commodities, interest-rates, bonds, fx rates … In previous posts, we already looked at live data feeds for Matlab, and Excel.
If you want historical options prices history for all U.S. Equity options including stocks, Indexes and ETFs then visit our site. But for those countries where we don’t have historical data and they are not available cheaply, we would definitely consider QuantGo and renting data from them. During the 1920s, the U.S. stock market underwent rapid expansion, reaching its peak in August 1929, after a period of wild speculation. The New York Stock Exchange was founded in 1817, although its origins date back to 1792 when a group of stockbrokers and merchants signed an agreement under a buttonwood tree on Wall Street.