Don't use eoddata unless you absolutely have to. I purchased long history of global index and forex prices. There are hundreds and hundreds of incorrectly missing or completely wrong prices. For example (big problem with forex), the price is coming along in the 10s, then spkes up to the 1000's for a few days before dropping back down. Repeat over and over again. The worst is when it's the opposite; should be 1s, but incorrectly recorded as .01s - not nough decimals to rescale. This is an obviously stupid error, especially since they claim
EODData runs a number of computers that scan the data 24x7 to find anomalies and correct the prices that are clearly wrong. We also compare our data against other sources to double check whether we have the right figures. As a final measure we have staff who spend all day finding and correcting data problems.
How about FOREX tickers where suddenly there are no prices for several months? This is also relatively common in their data. One of them goes AWOL for 3 years.
Furthermore, repeated attempts to get them to fix the data, after I have already spent hours and hours identifying & fixing what I can are less than successful.
Most recent response from support:
Sorry but we no long have the resources available to correct the errors you have mentioned.
Can we say false advertising?