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DTNIQ Client Software Wish List » iqconnect.exe & iqconnect_console.exe Dec 13, 2016 05:00 AM (Total replies: 7)

That's great. Very glad to hear IQFeed is taking note of the large user base it has of linux users.

Although iqfeed works on Linux using Wine it is a bloated and unfortunate solution. First prize would be a non GUI version. Simply run it from the terminal with your login details,...done!

Data and Content Support » Earnings date Oct 20, 2015 02:23 PM (Total replies: 1)

Hi,

Is it possible to get a stock's next earnings date from the datafeed? I see there is a field: 'Balance sheet date' which is the 'Last date that a company issued their quarterly report.'. What about the next earnings date?

If this isn't currently available, would it be possible to add? This information is available from morningstar etc so I presume it should be possible to get via the feed?

Many thanks.

Data and Content Support » Understanding intraday vs EOD futures data Aug 12, 2015 10:06 AM (Total replies: 2)

Here's a screenshot to illustrate my question. It contains a 5minute chart for the entire 24hour period of 2014-01-28 and a smaller image within of the daily bar.

Please could someone reply.

Data and Content Support » Understanding intraday vs EOD futures data Aug 12, 2015 08:29 AM (Total replies: 2)

Hi,

In terms of continuous contracts, if I request 1 day of EOD data using HDT for @ES# on 2014-01-28 I will get:
Open: 1771.25
High: 1797.00
Low: 1771.00
Close: 1788.25

If a request 1 minute (60 second) data for the same day of @ES# data using HIT, but requesting data for the entire day (24hrs):
the high of the day is: 1801.25
the low of the day is: 1775.50

Am I correct that requesting daily bars using HDT returns the RTH session?

How can the low of the day for the intraday 60second data which includes the entire 24hour day, be higher than the RTH session low. According the 60second data, the market never traded as low as 1771.00. Also, the 60second high of day is lower than the RTH high of day.

What am I not understanding? Is it something to do with back adjusting?

IQFeed Developer Support » Qualified vs Non-Qualified trades Jul 29, 2015 03:04 AM (Total replies: 2)

Thanks Tim.

IQFeed Developer Support » Qualified vs Non-Qualified trades Jul 28, 2015 03:36 AM (Total replies: 2)

Hi,

Please could you advise what the difference is between Qualified vs Non-Qualified fields/trades in the Summary/Update message fields.

If I am monitoring symbols during the pre-market and I would like the Summary message (P) to include the most recent trade date, time and price including whatever has been happening in the premarket, which fields should I use. I presume I should use fields that include non-qualified trades:

- Most Recent Trade Date
- Most Recent Trade TimeMS
- Most Recent Trade

Thanks.

IQFeed Developer Support » Stocks with more than 2 decimal places Jul 24, 2015 11:40 PM (Total replies: 2)

Interesting. Thanks Tim.

IQFeed Developer Support » Stocks with more than 2 decimal places Jul 24, 2015 04:08 AM (Total replies: 2)

Hi,

I've noticed when pulling historical daily data, there are cases where certain stocks have more than 2 decimal places for open/high/low/close.

A few examples:

CDRB:

2002-04-26,0.0025,0.0025,0.0025,0.0025,300,0,
2002-04-24,0.0025,0.0025,0.0025,0.0025,3000,0,
2002-04-08,0.0025,0.0025,0.0025,0.0025,5000,0,

CIZ:

2000-10-23,17,17,17,17,300,0,
2000-10-20,16.875,16.750,16.875,16.750,1200,0,
2000-10-19,17.125,17.125,17.125,17.125,1000,0,
2000-10-18,0.000,0.000,0.000,17.375,0,0,
2000-10-17,0.000,0.000,0.000,17.375,0,0,
2000-10-16,17.375,16.875,16.875,17.375,3400,0,

EYES:

2012-10-25,0.0015,0.0015,0.0015,0.0015,200,0,
2012-10-01,0.0015,0.0015,0.0015,0.0015,1000,0,

Please could you advise how this happens and if it is correct? Shouldn't the maximum be 2 decimal places?

Thanks.

Data and Content Support » Explanation of market stats Jul 17, 2015 10:19 PM (Total replies: 2)

Hi,

Are there explanations available for all the market stats? I know each stat has a short description, but im hoping to find a more detailed explanation so that I can understand how each is calculated.

Thanks.


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