PHP Stock Market Analyzer – 4 – How to Get Free Stock Data

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24 thoughts on “PHP Stock Market Analyzer – 4 – How to Get Free Stock Data

  1. I love your videos, Bucky! 
    Just an FYI, if you're doing analysis using historical close prices, you should generally use the adjusted close price.  The adjusted price adjusts the historical close prices for splits, dividends, repos, conversions and other types of corporate financial structuring.  If you're looking at a stock and there's ever been any kind of restructuring on the equity portion of the balance sheet, the historical close price will no longer give you any useful information.
    Tl;DR Use the adjusted close price.  🙂

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