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    jamiew Guest

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    Oh, if any one is interested i programmed a Historical Data downloader a while back too. Its just that i found yahoo only lets you do about 6 months at at time, I programmed something that you could just click sp500 or ftse 100 etc, put a date to start and end and click ok. (it still uses yahoo data)

    (- just in case you cant get this one going)

    so you can download thousands of stock data in one go, there is a free piece of software out there already(called metastock) its a free trail of about 3 months i think, then u have to pay.

    Anyway if any one is interested email me at : rickyjwhoop@hotmail.com

    (donít worry I donít charge). I just have to check its all still working correctly first and if its still easy to deploy, havenít used it in a few months.

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    sharrychrist Guest

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    Hi, this post is very informative; however I would like some specific information. If someone can help me then please send me a private message. Best Regards,

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    I'd like a copy of your historical data from Yahoo Finance if you don't mind.
    Thanks.
    Ricks_stocks@yahoo.com

  4. #14
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    Default creates a new sheet

    I know to post is a bit old but if your still watching it first off thank you for the great Historical Quote Downloader second I was hoping you might be able to send me the one that makes a new sheet for each symbol.

    my email twiatitc@gmail.com

    thanks again

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    Where to download things this from Yahoo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shep View Post
    Hello Scifos.......Do you think it would be possible to send me the historical quotes downloader also?
    My e-mail is:cshep11@hotmail.com PhenQ | https://phenq-reviews.com
    Thanks alot.
    All of these are not making the things which you are not quotes easily

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    Quote Originally Posted by manymaniyaa View Post
    All of these are not making the things which you are not quotes easily
    I find this thread fascinating right now.

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