Quantopian Data

31+ Institutional quality data feeds, built into Quantopian.
The mood of traders posting messages on Twitter with Retweets and StockTwits
Free
Assesses the sentiment of companies by pulling from over 20 sources such as Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Forbes, Business Insider, and Yahoo Finance
Inflation as measured by the annual growth rate of the GDP implicit deflator shows the rate of price change in the economy as a whole. This dataset is deprecated because the source stopped updating it on Oct 24, 2016.
The average interest rate at which leading banks borrow funds of a sizeable amount from other banks in the London market. This dataset is deprecated and will soon be removed because the source stopped updating it on November 7, 2016.
US Dollar to European Euro exchange rate. This dataset is deprecated because the source stopped updating it on Mar 1, 2018
Free
The CBOE Mid-Term Volatility Index is a measure of the expected volatility of the S&P 500 Index over a 6-month time horizon. Calculated by CBOE, provided by Quandl. This dataset is deprecated because the source stopped updating it on June 8, 2018.
Free
The price of gold from the Deutsche Bundesbank Data Repository. This dataset is deprecated because the source stopped updating it on Apr 18, 2016.
Monthly snapshot of US private sector employment from ADP. This dataset is deprecated and will soon be removed because the source stopped updating it on July 31, 2018.
Free (with holdout)
Corporate fundamental data with 800+ fields.
StockTwits Trader Mood from PsychSignal
Free
The mood of traders posting messages on StockTwits
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FAQ
What is sold here?
Data. Hedge funds and institutions buy expensive data for use in their strategies. We sell these very same data feeds at prices you can afford, for use in your strategy. These data sources are accessed natively on Quantopian.
Why would I use this data?
The data can provide signal for use in your trading strategies. This data is cleansed and mapped to our freely available market data, allowing you to research a whole new class of strategies.
Do I need to pay to use Quantopian?
No. The product has always been free to use. This continues to be the case. You can research, write algos, run backtests, and live trade for free. Some services, like these third party data feeds, are offered for a monthly fee.
How will I pay for these services?
You will be prompted for a credit card. Quantopian will bill you immediately for the first month's subscription. Quantopian will subsequently bill you on a monthly cycle. You can cancel your subscription at any time.
Can I access these data sets without buying them?
Yes! A subset of each dataset is available at no charge. The volume of free sample data is different from dataset to dataset. More recent time periods require a monthly fee but you can typically access the free data by appending '_free' to the name of a data set. More >>
What do I get for free on Quantopian?
Practically everything on the site. The backtester, research platform and live trading features are all free to use. The market data (pricing for U.S. Equities) and 600+ fundamentals metrics are also free. Each of the data feeds displayed also provide free samples, typically covering at least 3 years of historical data. More >>
Where can I use this data?
The data is available for use both in algorithms (through the pipeline API) and the Quantopian research environment (both through the pipeline API and the interactive API).
Can I download this data?
With all third party data provided on this site, Quantopian restricts its use to this website. These restrictions are part of the deal we've struck with the data providers. We suggest trying out the research environment as an alternative.
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