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Python can be used in QuantConnect and Quantopian (which connect to IB, Robinhood, and many other platforms).


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You'll be able to send orders to many more brokerages if you learn HTML request protocol and how to use RESTful APIs. For example I have written python API wrappers (scripts that convert python commands into the brokerage's protocol) that allow full trading functionality in both TradeKing and Robinhood.


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Check out Quandl's collection of intraday data from AlgoSeek: https://www.quandl.com/vendors/as These are historical trade-based minute bars showing OHLCV for stocks. If you click on each database in the link above, you'll see a tab for "Free Sample Data" to the left. For example: https://www.quandl.com/data/ASTRAN/documentation/free-sample-data Note ...


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You can get it from google finance: https://www.google.com/finance/getprices?q=LHA&x=ETR&i=60&p=5d&f=d,c,h,l,o,v


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The biggest problem you face is that prices can be updated over time and I do not think, to the best of my knowledge that Yahoo, will do that for you. I would recommend a premium data source such as https://www.quandl.com/browse?filterBy=Premium&idx=database-browser_stock-data_united-states_stock-prices-end-of-day-current-and-historical as ...


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You may want to take a look at this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CnowC3UH4s


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Neither the additionalResults nor the result method are exported to Python via SWIG. This is unlikely to change in the future: result is a template method, and it can't be exported to Python as such, whereas additionalResults would require a sensible way to export boost::any to Python and to convert it to a given data type. If you can recompile the QuantLib ...



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