Marketstack is a Real-Time, Intraday & Historical Market Data API

Marketstack is a Real-Time, Intraday & Historical Market Data API

For developers looking to implement real-time stock market data into their app, marketstack is the best solution. Marketstack has the ability to feed live data, as well as historical data, to your app. This comes with easy search functions and filters that help your users find specific information. Developers prefer the easy REST API interface which can deliver worldwide stock market data in JSON format.

The marketstack API is able to obtain real-time stock data for any ticker, down to the minute. Your users will be able to request intraday quotes, as well as search 30+ years of market history. With over 125,000 stock tickers, data is collected from over 72 global exchanges including Nasdaq, NYSE, and more. This REST API is scalable to accommodate any sized audience.

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You can get started with the free plan, with no credit card required. You’ll have access to 1,000 data requests per month on the free plan. This is a good opportunity to see if the API is right for you and your app, before deciding on a plan.

Our stock market API is powered by cutting-edge technology and highly scalable cloud infrastructure, capable of handling anything from a few hundred requests per month all the way to millions of hits per day. No matter which volume – we’ve got you covered!

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Currently, over 30,000 companies and 80+ universities trust marketstack and use their API. Start using marketstack today for your JSON market API.

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