Does anyone know where to get 1 minute historical data?

Discussion in 'Data Sets and Feeds' started by jamie4418, Aug 19, 2007.

  1. Thanks.
  3. Hey, thanks for that site. I checked it out, but would they happen to have historical intraday charts? Thanks.
  4. You have to pay for the service (cheap) and download a program that supports their feed such as MultiCharts.
  5. I really appreciate your help MrDodge. I'm glad there are still some decent people on these boards. I will let you know if and when I get these working.
  6. but about now?
  8. I'm having good luck (so far) with esignal "On Demand". It's $25/month (30 day risk-free trial) and you get 1, 5, 60, Daily, and tick data. I think you get up to 120 days of the intra-day data. Do note that this is DELAYED data. Okay with me, because I just use it to backtest.

    I've had it for a few weeks and so far it's been great. I save .csv files for my backtester, or you can use the eSignal advanced charts with lots of indicators. Installed fine on my Vista machine.
  9. ps0013


    dumpandbasher...thanks, was exactly what I was looking for.