Where is the best information to Study Price History

Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by monty21, Jun 13, 2008.

  1. Can anyone recommend a website that provides some of the following information (preferebly free) regarding equities:

    - The price of a stock throughout the day (i.e. 10am, 11am, 12, etc.)
    - Orders throughout the day (try to analyze what the smart money is doing)

    I know sites like Google Finance obviously provide the opening, close, high, low and volume for the day, but I'm wondering if there any other sites that provide much more information. I don't like how on Google the volume is calculated for both buyers and sellers, and doesn't say exact volume for each.

    Also, if you know any software that provides this information please post it.

    In sum, I'm basically trying to study price history and need the data itself. Please post any sites/software that provide detailed amounts of information (preferbly free). Thanks!
  2. Is there a site where it lists the dates of the previous economic peformance releases that were issued by the government...

    I could find the FED's action, but am struggling to find the date of economic stats that were released (i.e. umployment figures).

    Also, where could I find the exact date that a company reported earnings in the past?