Real-time stock prices are too expensive, but end of day isn’t granular enough. Sound familiar? Enter intraday stock prices.
Intraday prices are updated at regular intervals, such as every 15 minutes, to provide reasonably up-to-date stock price data without the steep fees associated with real-time stock prices.
In this blog, we’ll discuss the intraday stock prices feeds we offer, access methods, and real-life use cases.
What intraday stock prices feeds does Intrinio offer?
Here are some of the intraday stock prices Intrinio offers:
- BATS Intraday Stock Prices
- IEX Intraday Stock Prices
- Historical Raw Tick – BATS
- Historical Raw Tick – Nasdaq
- Historical Raw Tick – CME
- Historical Raw Tick – NYSE
- Historical FX Tick
- US 15-Minute Delayed Stock Prices
Looking for a comprehensive solution? Intrinio’s US Core Market Data bundle includes intraday stock prices from BATS and IEX, along with real-time and EOD stock prices, fundamentals, and more.
How do you access intraday stock prices feeds?
Intraday stock prices are available through our REST API, which allows you to pull the latest data with API calls (use our API Explorer to easily build the correct syntax). The Intrinio REST API allows you to make a certain number of calls within a specific timespan. Business users can talk to our team to customize their API limits.
Intrinio also provides official SDKs in these programming languages:
Do you need intraday stock prices feeds?
How and where do customers use our intraday stock prices feeds?
Long-term investing. Private and professional investors who are holding long-term investments don’t need the high costs associated with real-time data. Intraday stock prices are updated in segments as short as 15 minutes, giving you recent information at a fraction of the price.
Investor relations. Posting intraday stock price data on your investor relations site allows you to keep investors and other important stakeholders informed about your company. Hubspot’s investor relations page includes intraday pricing, along with other vital data from Intrinio.
Blogs and news sites. Use intraday stock price data to help your audience find value in your content. This widget on the Houston Chronicle’s website uses Intrinio’s intraday pricing to track the current prices and price changes of energy index funds.
Why get intraday stock prices from Intrinio?
One-stop-shopping. Get intraday stock prices from top US exchanges, all in one marketplace.
A data partnership. We’re more than just a provider – we support our customers long-term.
Better pricing. We offer the same high-quality data without the astronomical prices of other providers.
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