# DATA for Backtest [duplicate]

I am a retail trader and i am looking for a data set that comprehends all us equities, ETF's, ADR's and indices going back at least to January 1st 2007. Data would need to be split + dividend adjusted and be survivorship bias free (i.e. include all the above mentioned asset clases that have been active at some point for trading during the time period between 01/01/2007 until present day and now are delisted). Another requirement would be 1 min bar frequency for the data set. In addition i am looking for fundamental data on the same asset clases and time period mentioned above. (i.e. market cap, P/E, EPS, etc. Finally a data feed to keep the both above mentioned types of data sets updated would also be of my interest. Could anyone help me to find good sources? i am willing to pay for the data.

Thanks for your time and response!

• It is certainly possible, but with so much data it is going to be expensive... Who is paying for it? – Alex C Apr 22 '19 at 2:32
• I am paying for it myself. its for personal use only since i am in the transition from being a discretionary trader to a quantitative trader – Julien Veyre Apr 22 '19 at 4:57
• I think you will find this post helpful: quant.stackexchange.com/questions/141/… – Jacques Joubert Apr 23 '19 at 0:02

I don't know of any single dataset that encompasses everything you're looking for, even including the standard heavyweight commercial sources (which cost $250k+ per year). Equity data is typically distinct from ETF data, and fundamental data is typically separate still. High-frequency data is a different animal beyond those (eg, 1-min bars). It kind of sounds like you're looking for a data unicorn without really even knowing what you're looking for, practical costs aside. It's not uncommon for an individual to purchase a Factset or Bloomberg subscription for a personal book (which typically run ~$30k a year for the standard seats), but I don't get the impression that's the kind of cost you're prepared to pay if you're asking a general question for data sources here.