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Old May 4, 2005, 6:01am   #1
 
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EOD data provider check

Hi,

I am currently learning about trading with a view to trade in the future. I currently looking at EOD data for use with metastock and have come across a provider http://www.jfdata.co.uk who seem quite cheap.

I have taken on a 1 week trial with them and so far haven't noticed any problems downloading EOD data and their stock prices seem to be ok.

Has anyone heard of these people or have any experience with using their EOD data or any data/services?

Any advice appreciated.

Avtar
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Old May 15, 2005, 4:34pm   #2
 
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Hi,

I am currently learning about trading with a view to trade in the future. I currently looking at EOD data for use with metastock and have come across a provider http://www.jfdata.co.uk who seem quite cheap.

I have taken on a 1 week trial with them and so far haven't noticed any problems downloading EOD data and their stock prices seem to be ok.

Has anyone heard of these people or have any experience with using their EOD data or any data/services?

Any advice appreciated.

Avtar

Hi Avtar, As they don't cover index and currency data you might be better off with a feed like Findata who cover more exchanges. Their site is www.findata.co.uk
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Old May 15, 2005, 5:01pm   #3
 
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Hi,

I am currently learning about trading with a view to trade in the future. I currently looking at EOD data for use with metastock and have come across a provider http://www.jfdata.co.uk who seem quite cheap.

I have taken on a 1 week trial with them and so far haven't noticed any problems downloading EOD data and their stock prices seem to be ok.

Has anyone heard of these people or have any experience with using their EOD data or any data/services?

Any advice appreciated.

Avtar
Hi

If you're only looking for eod data, have you tried ProRealTime. Their eod data is free and their charting package is excellent.

http://www.prorealtime.com/en/
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