Trading

Trading refers to buying and selling of stocks, contracts, or commodities through an exchange. Data on stock prices and other market indictors is often used by investors to make their decisions. Done correctly, use of data helps increase ROI and lowers risk on investments.
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5 TB
198 countries covered
10 years of history data
Trade Data is a general term for tick-by-tick data, or all executed transactions occurring on an exchange. Our trade datasets consist of all tick-by-tick tra...
100K Financial security identification number (Exchange Symbol, CUSIP, WKN, SEDOL)
100% End-of-day data released as exchanges and providers do (no lags)
9 countries covered
Intraday datasets and analytics for products trading on European exchanges. Our service provides datasets and measures based on iNAV/iCVs, prices, creations/...
TraderMade FIX Feed
by TraderMade
65K updates for currency pair per day
249 countries covered
TraderMade's live streaming FX pricing gives you a trusted and non-skewed data set which is perfect for price verification, back-testing trading strategies a...
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Exchange Data International
Based in United Kingdom
With EDI you get high quality, affordable financial data customized to precisely fit your operational requirements.
ISO9001
Certified
Intrinio
Based in USA
Intrinio is a financial data partner powering innovators at financial institutions, startups, and universities by delivering high-quality data through cuttin...
Wult.io
Based in Denmark
We provide companies with an advanced data collection and enrichment tool. We have a number of predefined and collected datasets or you can define you own ba...
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Frequently Asked Questions about Trading

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What is data-driven trading?

Data-driven trading means the selling and buying of assets based on insights from big data. Many events like stock price fluctuations, and overall market movements can be predicted with the right insights from the market.

Why use data in trading?

Data is being used in trading strategies to mitigate risks and identify profitable investment opportunities. It helps investors make predictions about the market and identify assets that are undervalued in potential.