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Louis Marascio is an entrepreneur, market hacker, and trouble maker in Houston, TX. He's also a husband and father. Occasionally, he writes a bit of code.


Aug
27
answered Yahoo OHLC data reflects nonexistant stock split
Aug
23
comment List of dates at which the NYSE was closed from 2005 to 2014?
This data is all over the place. Using the closings document to get to 2011. Then use Google and search for closings for 2012, 2013, and 2014.
Aug
6
awarded  Good Answer
Jul
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
23
answered What Is A Good Success Rate Using Machine Learning For A Beginner?
Jun
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on programming tag wiki
Jun
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on
Jun
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on programming tag wiki excerpt
Jun
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on
Jun
4
reviewed Leave Open Determining optimal trading signals (buy/sell) from past data
May
21
answered List of Stocks by Sector
May
20
comment Where can I buy historic raw recording of an exchange
Presumably "raw feed" means the depth of book data one would consume if co-located?
May
20
answered Where can I buy historic raw recording of an exchange
May
14
comment Forex brokers with free API compatible with Node.js
This site is for professionals working in the industry, so this question isn't a good fit.
Apr
29
reviewed Reviewed Is “eoddata” a good data source?
Apr
29
reviewed Reviewed Is there any thing out there as a substitute for KDB?
Apr
26
answered Attribution of unusual persistence in noncompetitive TAQ quotes levels?
Apr
19
comment source for yahoo finance equities volume traded
I don't know the answer for sure, which is why I asked if you were sure. It sounds like you aren't.
Apr
18
comment source for yahoo finance equities volume traded
Those are two very different things. BHP traded at NYSE and ASX are two distinct instruments. They are ADRs of BHP Billiton, not BHP Billiton stock. Regardless, if you look at BHP in the US Equities market, the volume you see is aggregate volume across all US Equities exchanges. Of course it won't include foreign exchanges, that would be silly. Likewise, if you look at CSCO, SPY, GE, etc, you'll find the volume is also US equities consolidated volume which comes from Yahoo's historical data provider, CSI.
Apr
17
comment source for yahoo finance equities volume traded
Are you sure about that?