Okay before someone says, "go and use the search bar"....the answer is I have and I have checked almost all the recent threads on this topic. I have used the solutions provided there but looking to dig deeper in case there are some new providers out in 2016. So the challenge I face is that I cannot find a suitable real-time solution that fits my budget (say around $300-$400 per month, non-professional). I am looking for a real-time feed for all the stocks in the Nasdaq composite (so about 2600 members currently). I’m not looking for ultralow frequency but something in the order of 300ms - 500ms is sufficient. Further I’m looking for effectively level 1 data like open, low, high, last, volume etc. Don’t need bid/ask, trade size or any level 2 details etc The IQFeed API is excellent but unfortunately there is an 1800 symbol limit and its not practical nor efficient to operate two accounts. Here are the others I have tried and the feedback they’ve given me…surprised at the variability in pricing: Nanex -> $450 p/month + account setup + exchange fees + contract term Barchart API --> TBA (looking competitive) Money.Net API--> $700 p/month CQG --> $ 600 p/month Dxfeed --> $1750 p/month Quantquote --> service almost non-existent, tried calling past three days. Activetick --> bad data quality, probably why it’s only $180 p/month Xignite --> $20k per year Interactive Brokers --> max 1000 symbols Does anyone have any possible solutions or advise of any decent data vendors I may have missed that are worth checking out?