historic data securities
$15-25 USD / hour
As an experienced investor in the financial markets, I'm looking for a reliable data analyst who can help me analyze historic data securities. I'm looking for someone who has seen stocks, bonds, currencies, commodities and indices, to provide me with data for the last 10 years.
Specifically, I'm looking for someone who can collect the necessary data and run analytics to give me insights on the trends of these securities.
Some options would be:
Yahoo Finance: Yahoo Finance provides historical data for a wide range of global indices. You can search for the index you're interested in, then click on the "Historical Data" tab. You can then specify the time period and frequency (daily, weekly, monthly) of the data you want. The data can be downloaded in CSV format.
Google Finance: Similar to Yahoo, Google Finance also provides historical data for various indices. You can search for the index, then click on the "Historical prices" link to access the data.
Quandl: Quandl is another source of financial, economic, and alternative data that delivers usable data into the hands of investment professionals. It offers both free and premium data feeds.
Eikon: Eikon, by Refinitiv (formerly Thomson Reuters), provides a wide range of financial data including historical index data.
[login to view URL]: This website provides historical data for a variety of global indices. You can search for the index you're interested in, then click on the "Historical Data" tab
I have included a "target" file, in excel, which gives an example of what I would need, (though with the example of NVIDIA, downloaded from [login to view URL])
I need the data to be accurate and up to date, so it's important that the analyst has experience with this type of project.
Data of interest are given in the pdf, p. 249, Appendix A - data sources - in the pdf,
If you think you have what it takes, I'd love to hear from you!
Project ID: #36702096