Algoseek has bid/ask quotes from all listed exchanges. It's worth checking out.
Polygon.io provides ultra-low latency real-time data with a mean latency of 20ms.
Yes, TOS offers options tickdata. As per the difference, i have no idea.
Trading the news could be unpredictable.
Have you checked out algoseek or Polygon.io. I am sure the latter has data from dark pools.
My best recommendations are algoseek and Polygon.io.
Isn't it easier to just get this data from a data provider? At a minimal fee, you can get OHLC tickdata from algoseek.
Yes, it's possible. algoseek provides historical stock data that covers delisted stocks.
You can also take a look at algoseek. Their futures data is good and affordable.
Great you finally resolved this.
Have you checked out algoseek or EODHistoricalData? The former has tick data from 2007 to the present, while the latter has 1000/minute API call...
Yes, they have some of the most comprehensive and detailed datasets in the industry.
I'd add my two cents. Take out of the money and pay a quality investment/financial advisor to guide you on what to do.
What is your budget and how far back do you want to go? Algoseek has historical EOD and tick data dating back to 2007.
Here is my two cents: Whatever you do, don't engage in revenge trading.
How far back do you want to go? algoseek has future options data from 2012 to the present, with all strikes and expiration dates.
Trading on margin is a two-edged sword. When it cuts you, it going to be a deep cut.
Thanks for your responses.
How are new financial data providers like Algoseek, Tickdata, Polygon, DxFeed, etc disrupting the financial data industry?
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