The US Fundamentals & Stock Prices Data Feed provides the world's most affordable data on US equities. Starting at an affordable monthly price, you can access data on over 10,000 stocks via API, Excel, and CSV.
With this feed you can access all of the data you need to analyze a stock, build a watchlist, or enhance an application with live data about securities. From revenues, to prices, to news, and geographic location, we've got you covered.
- US Fundamentals & Stock Prices API Documentation
- US Fundamentals & Stock Prices Data Feed Page
- List of Data Types
- Getting Started Guide for Intrinio's API
- Build API Syntax
- Pricing and Subscribe
WHAT DATA IS INCLUDED?
The US Fundamentals & Stock Prices Feed includes hundreds of data points for more than 10,000 US companies. The exhaustive list of data types can be viewed here.
Here are just a few of the data points that are included:
- Altman Z-Score
- Gross Margin
- Market Cap
- Total Revenues
- Total Non-current Liabilities
- Treasury Stock
- Price to Earnings Ratio
- Last Price
- Split Ratio
- Net Cash From Financing Activities
- Amortization Expense
- Total Common Equity
Within the US Fundamentals & Stock Prices Feed, there are 17 different classifications of data. This makes it easier to categorize which type of data you want to access. In the next section, we'll explain how to build formulas for each of these classifications.
- Securities Search/Screener
- Data Point
- Historical Data
- Exchange Prices
- Latest SEC Filings
- Company SEC Filings
- Company News
- Standardized Fundamentals
- Standardized Tags and Labels
- Standardized Financials
- As Reported Fundamentals
- As Reported XBRL Tags and Labels
- As Reported Financials
ACCESS VIA EXCEL OR API
The US Fundamentals & Stock Prices Feed can be accessed via Microsoft Excel, CSV Download, or REST API. Below, we'll provide an example for each method.
If you're leveraging the Excel add-in to access the US Fundamentals & Stock Prices Feed, you'll want to get started with one of the following tutorials:
Here is an example of a formula that will pull in the latest price to earnings ratio for Apple, Inc on Excel:
You'll find the Excel Formula Builder incredibly helpful. Simply fill in the security, time frame, and type of data you're looking for and it will create the formula for you. You can copy and paste that formula right into a spreadsheet.
ACCESS VIA API
If you're leveraging the REST API to access the US Fundamentals & Stock Prices Feed, you'll want to get started with the following tutorial:
Here is an example of an API Call that will pull in the latest price to earnings ratio for Apple, Inc:
You'll find the API Explorer incredibly helpful. Simply fill in the security, time frame, and type of data you're looking for and it will create an API call for you. You can copy and paste that syntax directly into the browser or into your codebase.
If you'd like to download a flat CSV file of the data, you'll want to get started with the following tutorial:
Here is an example of a download link that will download the latest price to earnings ratio for Apple, Inc.:
You'll find the Download Link Maker incredibly helpful. Simply fill in the security, time frame, and type of data you're looking for and it will create a download link for you.
HOW MUCH DOES THIS DATA COST?
Intrinio's underlying technology uses algorithms and machine learning to source data on US securities, which keeps costs extraordinarily low. Fortunately for you, we pass those cost savings on to the end user. We're proud to provide the most affordable US securities data on the market.
Each plan has an upper limit for the number of data points you can pull each day. If you find that you're hitting the limit, it's very easy to upgrade.
Should you need more data than is available on the Enterprise Plan, we are happy to provide you with a quote. Send our team a message!
Subscriptions are generally returned within 1 business day and are paid month to month, meaning users can cancel at anytime. A quote and a free trial are always made available before subscribing.