Intrinio is pleased to provide an end-of-day options prices API via the Trade Alert US Option Prices Data Feed. Using our intuitive API, you are able to lookup options contracts for any US security, then see current and historical pricing for those contracts.
Data as of March 4th, 2017
Intrinio's mission is to make financial data affordable and accessible so investors can save money and make time to build something meaningful. We have been hard at work on the "affordable" part of our mission, adding new data feeds to the marketplace so our users can access more data types in our pay-for-use model.
Now, we are excited to announce some serious progress on the "accessible" part of our mission. It is now possible to query the Intrinio financial database via API and receive responses in CSV format. In other words, you can download Intrinio data in bulk to CSV and open it in Excel for further analysis.
This article explains why you might want this functionality and how you can use it.
Our mission at Intrinio is to power a generation of applications that will fundamentally change the way our broken financial system works. Intrinio data feeds form the basis of large enterprise business reporting applications, fintech web-apps, mobile apps and even blogs. It's rewarding to see our product come to life at the hands of today's most innovative developers. They are building powerful things.
We're lucky to be in a business where we grow together with our customers, and we're proud to show off their hard work. Each blog in this series will feature a developer or a startup that has leveraged our financial data feeds to build something incredible.
These are their stories.
If you are a fintech developer or financial analyst looking for affordable, accessible financial data, you are in the right spot. Intrinio is 100% focused on changing the way financial data is sold. Instead of pushy sales people, expensive fees, and limited access, we have a data market-place designed so you can save money and make time to build something meaningful.
We threw out the mold of traditional providers and in doing so, built a platform that can take some getting used to. If you are "used to" paying $2,000/mo for a single terminal or getting quoted $20,000/mo for real time stock prices, our platform is well worth learning. This article is designed to provide an orientation to make the learning process easier and includes links to helpful resources as well as explanations of some frequently asked questions.
What is this place?
Keeping track of the latest SEC filings is an important part of consuming financial data. Intrinio offers several API calls that to help you make sure your financial analysis stays up-to-date.
When you're managing a portfolio of stocks it's important to stay up to date with company news. Has Apple, Inc. announced a new version of the iPhone? Is the management shifting at Exxon Mobil? Are new regulations affecting Tesla's future performance? Easy access to these updates via a News API helps you keep a pulse not only on the company and its performance, but on the general media and public sentiment.
This article explains how to pull the latest news on the stocks you follow via the Intrinio News API.
Intrinio is pleased to announce our official SDK for Real-Time Stock Prices, written for NodeJS:
The SDK allows you to quickly and easily bring real-time stock quotes into your NodeJS project. Simply provide your Intrinio API Username and Password and specify which companies to listen for. The SDK will handle maintaining a live WebSocket connection to the Intrinio API. The SDK will provide you with real-time stock quotes, including bid/ask/last price, order size, and execution timestamp.
Intrinio provides a real-time macroeconomic data API with Excel access. There are more than 200,000 data series available, including non-farm payrolls, interest rates, exchange rates and more. This article shows how to access that data, both the most recent data and historically, in Excel and API.
Each day, Intrinio has new users looking for a stock quotes API. It's intuitive that demand would be high for stock price data. Virtually every financial analyst and fintech developer needs this data or their strategies won't work. The problem is that real time stock prices are expensive, and downright unaffordable if you need redistribution rights so you can show the prices to your own customers.
Good luck figuring out how much this data even costs from traditional providers. If you can get a quote, you'll realize that API access with redistribution rights is so expensive it's not even worth it. This article explains how real time stock prices are produced, how Intrinio's stock quotes API works, and why it's a more affordable solution.