Introducing: Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Quarterly/Yearly Historical Price Data
We've officially added a new frequency parameter to our stock price data. The Intrinio Financial Data Feed now offers Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, and Yearly Historical Stock Price Data. You can easily and flexibly pull this data into Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, or any platform using our API. Our pricing is one-of-a-kind, enabling you to get started with a free trial, if you like what you see, easily upgrade to a paid plan, and still - ONLY pay for the data you use.
A financial data feed without restrictions.
At Intrinio, our Data Feed is Data Freed. We provide a wealth of financial data to users, but we do it differently than you've ever experienced. Whether you're an individual investor, a professional investor, a student, a startup or a developer - our Data Feed gives you a degree of flexibility that was never possible before. We're constantly breaking down barriers for you and making your experience more and more seamless.
Our goal? To free you from data feed restrictions that have held you back so you can be as efficient and productive as possible.
This short tutorial is designed to walk you through each step of valuing a company on the Intrinio Valuation engine.
The Valuation platform enables you to scenario test the value of companies under different circumstances. For example, you could run and save three different valuations that show the value of a company as a base case, bearish/downside or bullish/upside.
In this tutorial, we’re going to calculate the intrinsic value of Michael Kors (NYSE: KORS) under the scenario of a recession in 2016.