Discussion in 'Data Sets and Feeds' started by MGB, Oct 28, 2001.
Does anyone happen to have historical data on Nasdaq's Pre-Market Indicator?
Not much history there, is there? Its fairly new.
I don't need 10 years of data.
I'll take what I can get.
Probably a stupid question, but is there a ticker symbol for the Pre & Post Market Indicators?
I would like to know this one also...have to do a little digging...unless one of you guys already know
check out ^QMI on Yahoo Finance.
This NASDAQ-100 site offers pre-market data but it is not streaming. The data starts at 8:15 every morning and continues until the open. You need to refresh the screen in order to get an update of the current price.
I also like this heat map of all the 100 stocks in the index. It gives a gradiant relationship of where all the stocks are trading in relation to each other going from hot to cool, higher to lower. If you put your mouse on the stock symbol it will give the current price last trade and and a little graph. Pretty neat, I use it every day before the open. This java program will refresh itself every minute automatically.
The symbols for eSignal are:
$QMI -- Nasdaq's Pre-Market Indicator
$QIV -- Nasdaq-'s Post-Market Indicator
CyberTrader doesn't carry them (as far as I can tell).
I called CSIdata.com. They don't have the indicators.
I have just sent email to Nasdaq to see what they say about getting historical quotes for the indicators.
How were you able to find ^qmi on Yahoo...it works just fine...but I was wondering...if I started without your input I would not have found it...I looked under their indices...just wondering
I used "Symbol Lookup" and typed in "pre" "nasdaq"
Separate names with a comma.