I think almost all of us use Netflix (even if we use someone else’s account) pretty often. The company has become so big that the name Netflix has even become a verb in pop culture. It has movies, TV, and its own original programming. Despite all these positives, many are concerned about the future of the company. The company has burned through $13 billion since 2011, while also carrying around a large amount of debt. This leaves us with the question, what does the future of Netflix look like?
If you are looking for real time stock prices, its important to get some clarity about what a stock price even is. This article explains why there can be multiple prices for the same stock at the same time, how those prices converge, and provides a guide for deciding which stock price is the right price for different use cases.
Why isn’t there just one stock price?
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.
There are many kinds of “stock prices” and there are also many ways to access those prices. This article explains the different types of stock price data available through the Intrinio Fintech Marketplace and the different ways investors or developers can access those prices as well as the cost for subscribing.