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Percentage of Russell 2000 stocks listed on NYSE and Nasdaq?

Is there a way to find out how many of the Russell 2000 stocks are listed on the NYSE and how many on the Nasdaq?
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Availability of TotalView-ITCH data

I am looking for a cheap (< $500) NASDAQ TotalView-ITCH real-time streaming data feed. Are there any cheap and (relatively) good market vendors out there that offer this? It seems as if the ...
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Difference between Tick data and NASDAQ ITCH VIEW [closed]

Could any one explain the difference
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List of central index keys (CIK) for NASDAQ and NYSE

I have seen this post : Central Index Key (CIK) of all traded stocks But I would like to download the CIKs only for NASDAQ stocks, NYSE stocks etc. I searched online but only managed to find CIKs for ...
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Why was NASDAQ(or other index) not fluctuating in 70s and 80s?

Today I have a search of historical NASDAQ back to 70s and noticed the index was slightly increasing in 70s-early 90s and rising up and down in recent decade of years. Why would that happen? The only ...
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Tracking delistings on NASDAQ & NYSE

Does anyone know of a webpage (or webpages) of current delistings for NASDAQ & NYSE?
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constructing best bid/ask from NASDAQ TotalView-ITCH data

anybody know how to construct a intraday stock price from NASDAQ TotalView-ITCH data? I would need to know the price in millisecond, so I would need two rows: timestamp (for every millisecond) and ...
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Trader's identity in a limit book

In a limit book like NASDAQ ITCH, can liquidity suppliers know the demand-side identity of a trader prior or after a trade? Knowing this will help me with my theoretical model that I am trying to ...
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How to properly cross-validate when optimizing SVM classification?

I'm using SVM binary classification to predict movement of NASDAQ stock prices. My question is regarding cross-validation. I will divide the training data into V subsets. Training will be performed on ...
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How to account for bid/ask spread when backtesting?

I'm backtesting an algorithm for trading nasdaq stocks, and would like to take into account the spread. I am using historical data from yahoo, which contains: open, high, low, close, volume, adj. ...