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Just wanted to share the data sources that I normally use in case you find them useful. 

These sources have been mentioned in the forum a few times before and I was wondering if you use them at all or prefer other sources for back-testing.

Duskalcopy - https://www.dukascopy.com/swiss/english/marketwatch/historical . Free

Yahoo Finance - https://help.yahoo.com/kb/download-historical-data-yahoo-finance-sln2311.html. Free

EoData - http://eoddata.com/products/historicaldata.aspx. Some examples for free. 

CSI Data - https://apps.csidata.com/FactsheetListing.aspx. Some examples for free. 

IG Streaming API - https://labs.ig.com/streaming-api-guide . Included with your account

 

 

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56 minutes ago, DavyJones said:

try prorealtime, you back test anything you like really and download other users scripts from the website

Thanks, I'll give it a go soon.

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