Andrew Carpenter
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Python code to download historical firm data
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You don't have to scrape that data to get it via Python if you work with Intrinio's API. Here is a Python SDKs that will make it easy for you: Historical financial statements and dividend yield, ...

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Where can I get historical fundamental data for multiple companies in a single CSV file?
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You can get that data from Intrinio in an API call that outputs a CSV download or you can use the Excel add-in to build EXACTLY what you are looking for and save it to CSV- it will update with the ...

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Historical Financial Statement to Backtest in R
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You can get that data from Intrinio in R as well. There is documentation, including how to actually make the API calls in R with examples, here. Here is an example of pulling Apple's income statement ...

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How to get Stock Fundamental time series data?
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Intrinio provides that data historically. You can get it in a dynamic Excel spreadsheet if you install the Excel add-in or via API if you are a developer. Here is what it looks like in Excel: https://...

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Free/cheap source of structured historical quarterly filings?
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Intrinio provides that data in JSON and CSV. Its free, up to 500 daily API calls: https://intrinio.com/data/company-financials For example, if you want to pull YUMs income_statement from Q2 2015: ...

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