historical intraday sources

This is a discussion on historical intraday sources within the Data Feeds forums, part of the Methods category; Originally Posted by fod200 On Amibroker's web site you find probably the best list of real-time and historical data providers. ...

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Old Mar 23, 2010, 2:48am   #11
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Re: historical intraday sources

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On Amibroker's web site you find probably the best list of real-time and historical data providers. The address is: http://www.amibroker.com/guide/h_quotes.html

Also, if you are primarily interested in trading equities and etfs, then I strongly suggest this historical intraday data provider. You can easily import their ASCII csv files into NinjaTrader, wealth-lab or some other app and use it for backtesting.
fod200 must be paid to pitch kibot's data or something. No real trader would use them. Their data is full of holes and bad ticks. Beware...
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Old Mar 29, 2010, 1:42am   #12
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Check the data resources at http://www.quantitativetradingsystem...#dataproviders under the Historical Data section or at http://coreyhoffstein.com/automated-trading-resources/ under Historic Data.
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Old May 4, 2011, 2:48pm   #13
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We recently enhanced our eSignal OnDemand offering to support third-party applications and the exporting of data to Excel. EOD and delayed historical intraday data (1 min bars) are available on most global markets including Futures, Stocks, Forex, etc.

We offer a complete money-back guarantee to try out the service. At just a bit more than 1 USD per day, it's a great value.

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Old Jun 7, 2011, 9:54pm   #14
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My personally searched for a long time to find a suitable data provider. Initially, I wanted to sign up for a realtime and just download the intraday data that came with that. However, I quickly found that the intraday data I could get from that was very limited and incomplete.

Thus, I eventually went out and purchased from a real data vendor. After much research, I settled on QuantQuote (http://quantquote.com/). They have extremely attractive pricing and are the only vendor I could find that seems to account for everything (splits, dividends, symbol changes, mergers/acquisitions, special events, etc) in their dataset.
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Old Jul 6, 2011, 8:56pm   #15
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If you want gold and silver spot, this site (mine) has a checkbox under the charts that allows you to download intraday prices of 5 days with 5-min resolution: http://inbullion.com/historical-live-prices.shtml
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