historical data


Well-known member
Thanks Jake. Next question is how do I convert it from an xpo file to be readable in excel.


Junior member
hi cigar,
use www.downloadquotes.com

you have to register but that only takes a few minutes.
you have to experiment a bit otherwise you
tend to get the constituents of the index and not the index itself, but it can be done.
you can download in xls format as well as ascii and others.
be careful though it can play hell with the
phone bill!!£$"@&



Well-known member
Thanks all. I got what I wanted from www.marketdata. It downloads pdq and I've played around with it in xcl.
I'm trying to plot the nasdaq cycle bottoms. I think we are at one just about now!


Legendary member
Ihope so,but I somehow I dont think so..


Well-known member
Unfortunately probably a start of another down cycle. In a down trend, the peak prices occur about 1/4 to 1/3 of the cycle length. Thats about 11 to 15 trading days away.

Probably a load of tosh.
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