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Maxandre Hébert
2022-05-30 18:53:21


Currently I'm using Interactive broker, but the maximum is like 15 days of data.
But I want to backtest on 30 minutes timeframe and I need at least one year of data.



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2022-06-06 11:44:55

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You need to find a paid data provider. Download the data in csv format then import it into QuantShare.


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