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Questions about handling, obtaining, generating, or analyzing all types of financial or economic data. Please use a more accurate tag if possible; for instance: tick-data, fundamentals, market-data, option-data, ticker-mapping, etc.

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using a normalized formula from a book but not getting the correct values

I'm attempting a normalization formula (seen in the picture) but I'm not getting the result of 0 and 1. Instead I'm getting values greater than 1 and less than 0 (seen in the other picture). I wrote ...
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How To Get Morningstar Unique Stock IDs

I have been trying to extract every piece of information I can from Morningstar's Investor platform and save it offline for free to integrate for a different use case; I have figured out how to ...
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How Macroeconomic Indicators Influence Precious Metal Prices [closed]

I am delving into a project that involves modeling the prices of precious metals (gold, silver, platinum) based on various macroeconomic indicators (like GDP growth rates, inflation, interest rates, ...
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How to compare bank deposit behaviour for different age groups considering you have flow of deposit balances and few other characteristic features? [closed]

I have deposit balance data and few characteristics like age and starting balance, when they started banking etc. I am looking for a comparative analysis between younger generation and older ...
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Get bonds data in python [duplicate]

Anyone knows a way of getting trustworthy bonds data in python? I know that for stock there is yfinance package but it doesnt include bonds. Thx
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Index reliability/source for yahoo finance

I had a small question regarding the reliability of the data on Yahoo Finance, I know that this source is full of flaws but it has the enormous advantage of being free. I had a question regarding the ...
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Looking for good data source for back testing and Monte Carlo [duplicate]

Does anyone know of a freely available data source that will have American and foreign stocks, mutual fund, and ETF info including stock's histories of paying dividends, PTB and PTE ratios, as well as ...
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In how many ways can time endogeneity be defined?

In the literature many papers such as Wenhao Cui take into consideration the problem of time endogeneity. Is it correct to define time endogeneity uniquely as having nonzero correlation between ...
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How to download the record of firms included in the SP100 index?

I need to download a dataset that describes the constituents of the SP100 index over time. I have an account on WRDS and hence I can get the constituents of the SP500 fairly easily, but it seems that ...
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Replicate Shiller's CAPE index

So Robert Shiller used to update his CAPE index file monthly. It seems that he stopped doing so in September 2023. Here's the link: http://www.econ.yale.edu/~shiller/data.htm To compute this index he ...
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Accuracy/Quality of financial data: revised financials or historical financials?

I am currently working on calculating financial metrics, particularly Free Cash Flow to Equity (FCFE) etc., for investment analysis. In the context of financial analysis, I'm wondering which set of ...
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FREE historical limit order book tick data with decent depth

This is for academic purposes. I am trying to find tick data with depth and type of order execution, i.e. MO, LO, cancellation etc. for equities and or indices like SPY that is FREE. It does not have ...
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Historical data components of S&P 1500

I am doing some research about market microstructure and for this reason I need the historical data of stock symbols included in the S&P 1500 Composite Index. Namely, I need to know which stock ...
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Where to get crypto data without survivorship-bias (delisted coins accounted for)? [duplicate]

What are folks using for their crypto data needs. I am looking for a provider of Crypto data - free of survivorship bias and should at least have the top 20 coins historically. As this research paper ...
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Data separation for Time Series Models? (both Statistical and ML)

I had a big question about data slicing for Time-Series model fitting. In university, since I wasn't a stats major, so I didn't do much model fitting for data, other than my ML class, and have ZERO ...
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Highest resolution of stock data?

Out of curiosity, I'm wondering what the highest resolution of stock data there is out there. Is there stock trading data for every nanosecond, picosecond, or even lower? And how is this limit ...
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Explanation for a Data from Treasury Direct

I am dealing with a treasury data from TreasuryDirect. Due to the lack of documentation, I am having a hard time understand the meaning of the variables. It would be great help if anyone can share any ...
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Where can I get free FX options chain data [duplicate]

Basically title. Can either be through an API or easily downloadable as a CSV file. Every source I find either have options chain data but not for FX, has historical FX data but not an actual chain ...
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Cleaning data before fitting the Heston SVM

This is more of a generic question regarding data cleaning. I have implemented the Heston SVM, and I am attempting to fit it to some historical option data. With simple cleaning of the implied ...
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Multiplicative Metric Variance

I come from a math/statistics background and as learned some stuff as a data analyst I learned a certain technique to calculate period to period variances between some metrics. I was wondering if ...
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Matching of Symbols from Bloomberg and refinitiv , for OTC derivatives trade clearing

I have been researching on this Scenario , since few days : - Actually I have scenario , where we are dealing with OTC derivatives and BUY/SELL order can be punched in on different systems like Buy ...
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Best data feed products for fundamentals data [duplicate]

I'm curious if there is any consensus 'leader' in terms of vendors selling (via data feed) fundamental data on global, publicly traded equities. Am curious for any thoughts on Worldscope Fundamentals (...
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Sampling dollar bars for ML model of multiple tickers

I have a Neural Network model that provides predictions for the future returns of a portfolio comprising stocks and cryptocurrencies. The original model operates on standard time bars and generates ...
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Does Quandl offer raw futures data?

I am interested in downloading price data for individual futures contracts. For example, the price of the CBOT (CME) Wheat future ZWU3, which is the September 2023 contract for wheat, which will stop ...
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Is market data api subject to regulatory controls?

I have noticed that many (also paid) market data Apis provide incomplete or sometimes even completely wrong market data. Now I have noticed that almost all providers write in the terms and conditions ...
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Estimating risk premium with cross sectional regression

I am trying to estimate a carbon risk premium according to the Fama & MacBeth methodology using a cross-sectional regression approach. Therefore, I regress the excess return in period t+1 on the ...
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Normalize positive distributed time series data without window parameters

I have a piece of daily volume and a piece of daily trades data, now I divide them and I get volume/trades as a factor. This factor has positive value and I want it to be normalized to predict the ...
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How to test an orderbook using real data

I'm pretty new to all this but haven't found anything online on my issue (the answer may be very obvious since I'm a beginner) - I'm currently coding up a very generic orderbook in C++ for fun, just ...
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Hypothesis Test Contradiction?

I have a question regarding hypothesis testing. I used the t-test (2-tailed) for these hypotheses: Whether the (monthly) mean return of company A's stock is different from 0 Whether the (monthly) ...
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Filtering options data

I am looking to conduct some analytics with regards to options implied volatility. My advisor mentioned about filtering options with time to maturity of less than 7 calendar days. Is there a ...
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Berkshire Hathaway ticker symbol B

I want to read the Berkshire Hathaway data using the getSymbols function in the quantmod package in R. The ticker symbol is BRK-B. getSymbols ( "BRK-B" ) ...
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Backtesting on one exchange, while trading on another?

I've been trading crypto futures on Phemex as it is one of the only few exchanges where I can do that from a U.S. IP address. I have always kept an up-to-date local database with OHLC/kline data from ...
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Bloomberg access from publishing platforms such as Posit Connect

It is easy to download Bloomberg data in Python or R using their blpapi API. The only requirement is that one is logged on the local Bloomberg terminal. We often find ourselves working on publishing ...
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Bloomberg BQNT vs Dektop API

I am currently looking at alternatives to the Bloomberg Desktop API as I frequently reach the daily or even monthly data limit. One alternative which was proposed to me was switching from a desktop ...
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Tracking Historical Firm Names

I am working on a project that requires me to track firms' name changes. The firms I am dealing with are international (a decent number of US firms, but also a sizeable number of European, Asian, and ...
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"Forward" attribute for an option

I am downloading implied volatilities for some options. I noticed, however, that I am also able to choose "Forward" as an attribute for the option. What is this? Is it an option written on a ...
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Free data source for options IV and volatility data (US, UK, EUR Equities preferable)? [duplicate]

Where can I get free options implied volatility and realized volatility data? I used to use Quandl, but they were acquired by NASDAQ and now offer this data under a premium paywall. For reference, I ...
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How to aggregate qualitative data?

I am trying to look for methods to aggregate and find the average of qualitative data. There are 20 qualitative measures, each divided unevenly into 4 cycles labeled 1-4. I am trying to find which ...
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Efficient way to store orderbook in Python

I am using the Coinbase WebSocket API to extract real-time data about the orderbook for BTC-USD. I am using the following code to store the snapshots of bids and asks and the changes to the orderbook ...
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ML/AI in fixed income vs equity

From my perception of learning different ML/AI applications to finance I found there are lots of them in equity and not as many in fixed income. I wonder if the markets are different in some ways and ...
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ML/DS in fixed income asset management

I am new to the topic but I would like to read papers/books/anything interesting to learn more how ML and data science is used in buy side Fixed income Asset management firms. Factor investing/signals/...
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evaluate the predictive power of a signal to predict stock price - interview question

I am a young Statistics graduate. A few days ago as an interview question, I have been asked to evaluate the predictive power of a Signal time series (supposedly output by an Artificial Intelligence ...
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API for Commodities Stock markets

I would like to have a clear picture about lithium investments all over the World. I like this website where I can see all companies related to lithium on the Australian Market. The website also ...
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Which spread to use to analyse CDS data from Markit

So I am currently doing some analysis on CDS Data and I am using Markit to extract this data. However, I am a bit confused regarding the quotation standards here. I want to investigate the ...
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Can NumPy calculate the % change the way it is shown in multiple instrument charts?

I have closing prices for multiple equities in NumPy arrays (or a pandas timeseries DataFrame). I like to calculate the % change numbers for the closing prices in the DataFrame the way it is shown in ...
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Should I always round the data before even trying defining and backtesting my trading strategy?

Newbie here, it happens that I have 8 months of OHLC price data set at 1 hour timeframe from a particular cryptocurrency (ticket) called ALICE, here's a little ...
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SONIA Reference Data Calculation / OIS Data

I am reading material reference rates calculation for SONIA by refinitiv. It says the data is calculated based on OIS Rates between 10:50AM and 11:00 AM. https://www.refinitiv.com/content/dam/...
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Italy Zero Coupon Yields

I am looking for historical data for Treasury bills and bond yields for Italy on a monthly or daily basis. Where can I get this data?
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Back testing fixed income for bond portfolio management

When doing back test trying to replicate a paper, how do you handle bonds that are maturing in an index? Say I was trying to create a strategy, how do I account for bonds that mature in terms of ...
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How do you identify top shareholders in SEC filings?

Schedule 13D is filed when a shareholder crosses 5% ownership and 13F is filed by fund managers to list their portfolio holdings. These are the only filings that I am currently aware of related to ...
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