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From my experience, EODData is pretty much that you get what you pay for. Its not a very sophisticated product. They email you the files you subscribe to, and thats that. I have had an issue before of where the emails didn't go through anymore and I never heard anything from them.

On Quality, I can't make a claim on its accuracy. It seems good. I find issue with three things about the data:

  1. There is no way to signal an exchange change
  2. It doesn't give you an easy way to grab the symbol info [Names, etc]
  3. If there is a stock split or dividend, it does not mention this in the data.

That being said, it does do a good job with keeping a simple file format, and providing "long term" historical data.

Split and Change files for all 3 exchanges provide information about recent and sometimes upcoming splits and tickers changes. I download them on a weekly basis Applying these changes to the data base depends on the type of the used data base.

From my experience, EODData is pretty much that you get what you pay for. Its not a very sophisticated product. They email you the files you subscribe to, and thats that. I have had an issue before of where the emails didn't go through anymore and I never heard anything from them.

On Quality, I can't make a claim on its accuracy. It seems good. I find issue with three things about the data:

  1. There is no way to signal an exchange change
  2. It doesn't give you an easy way to grab the symbol info [Names, etc]
  3. If there is a stock split or dividend, it does not mention this in the data.

That being said, it does do a good job with keeping a simple file format, and providing "long term" historical data.

Split and Change files for all 3 exchanges provide information about recent and sometimes upcoming splits and tickers changes. I download them on a weekly basis Applying these changes to the data base depends on the type of the used data base.

From my experience, EODData is pretty much that you get what you pay for. Its not a very sophisticated product. They email you the files you subscribe to, and thats that. I have had an issue before of where the emails didn't go through anymore and I never heard anything from them.

On Quality, I can't make a claim on its accuracy. It seems good. I find issue with three things about the data:

  1. There is no way to signal an exchange change
  2. It doesn't give you an easy way to grab the symbol info [Names, etc]
  3. If there is a stock split or dividend, it does not mention this in the data.

That being said, it does do a good job with keeping a simple file format, and providing "long term" historical data.

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From my experience, EODData is pretty much that you get what you pay for. Its not a very sophisticated product. They email you the files you subscribe to, and thats that. I have had an issue before of where the emails didn't go through anymore and I never heard anything from them.

On Quality, I can't make a claim on its accuracy. It seems good. I find issue with three things about the data:

  1. There is no way to signal an exchange change
  2. It doesn't give you an easy way to grab the symbol info [Names, etc]
  3. If there is a stock split or dividend, it does not mention this in the data.

That being said, it does do a good job with keeping a simple file format, and providing "long term" historical data.

Split and Change files for all 3 exchanges provide information about recent and sometimes upcoming splits and tickers changes. I download them on a weekly basis Applying these changes to the data base depends on the type of the used data base.

From my experience, EODData is pretty much that you get what you pay for. Its not a very sophisticated product. They email you the files you subscribe to, and thats that. I have had an issue before of where the emails didn't go through anymore and I never heard anything from them.

On Quality, I can't make a claim on its accuracy. It seems good. I find issue with three things about the data:

  1. There is no way to signal an exchange change
  2. It doesn't give you an easy way to grab the symbol info [Names, etc]
  3. If there is a stock split or dividend, it does not mention this in the data.

That being said, it does do a good job with keeping a simple file format, and providing "long term" historical data.

From my experience, EODData is pretty much that you get what you pay for. Its not a very sophisticated product. They email you the files you subscribe to, and thats that. I have had an issue before of where the emails didn't go through anymore and I never heard anything from them.

On Quality, I can't make a claim on its accuracy. It seems good. I find issue with three things about the data:

  1. There is no way to signal an exchange change
  2. It doesn't give you an easy way to grab the symbol info [Names, etc]
  3. If there is a stock split or dividend, it does not mention this in the data.

That being said, it does do a good job with keeping a simple file format, and providing "long term" historical data.

Split and Change files for all 3 exchanges provide information about recent and sometimes upcoming splits and tickers changes. I download them on a weekly basis Applying these changes to the data base depends on the type of the used data base.

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From my experience, EODData is pretty much that you get what you pay for. Its not a very sophisticated product. They email you the files you subscribe to, and thats that. I have had an issue before of where the emails didn't go through anymore and I never heard anything from them.

On Quality, I can't make a claim on its accuracy. It seems good. I find issue with three things about the data:

  1. There is no way to signal an exchange change
  2. It doesn't give you an easy way to grab the symbol info [Names, etc]
  3. If there is a stock split or dividend, it does not mention this in the data.

That being said, it does do a good job with keeping a simple file format, and providing "long term" historical data.