From real-time prices and Greeks to historical prices and technicals, we've got you covered on US stocks, ETFs, and options
Real-time snap and streaming equity prices are essential for driving trading decisions, creating buy and sell sentiment, and powering trade execution platforms.
Bid price and size
Ask price and size
Open, high, and low
Data from a single exchange will have “drift” from the National Best Bid and Offer (NBBO) across all exchanges. A higher-volume exchange, such as NASDAQ, has less drift than a lower-volume exchange like IEX.
Each exchange has different reporting requirements and fees, plus complex paperwork and regulatory oversight. We advise clients on the right exchange to minimize costs and work with exchanges to coordinate paperwork, reporting, and delivery.
Integrating real-time data is also a serious challenge for businesses. We provide SDKs, technical consulting and implementation help, third-party coordination, a built-in ticketing system for technical and data quality issues, and account management to simplify the process.
Businesses that need to display pricing data on their platform or website can gain huge cost savings by using 15-minute delayed pricing data.
Bid price and size
Ask price and size
Open, high, and low
Unless your company requires real-time data, we recommend a delayed feed; it typically saves clients $1,000 to $5,000 a month in exchange fees. For most delayed datasets, there are also no exchange reporting requirements or variable per-user fees associated, which require sophisticated entitlement systems to maintain.
We’ll recommend the best 15-minute delayed solution based on your specifications and help you navigate the process of working with different exchanges.
Our filtered US options feed provides NBBO quotes and all trades from the Options Price Reporting Authority (OPRA) without sacrificing data quality.
Greeks (delta, gamma, theta, and vega)
Last trade price, size, and timestamp
Total trade volume
Last ask/bid price, size, and timestamp
Put or call
We recommend starting with a 15-minute delayed trial feed. This option has no exchange fees for internal use, and we waive any licensing fees during the testing period. Upgrading to real-time options from the delayed feed is simple; the connection to the OPRA exchange is identical and our experts will help facilitate all exchange paperwork.
Options are complex with hundreds – or even thousands – of contracts and expiration dates for a given security. Our filtered options feed reduces bandwidth up to 80% by eliminating unactionable data while still delivering all trades and NBBO quotes.
These datasets provide a massive amount of historical intraday and end of day prices for US stocks, ETFs, and options – valuable for backtesting, charting, and historical analysis.
Historical unadjusted and adjusted prices
Adjustment factors, splits, and dividends
Technical indicators (i.e. VWAP, ADTV)
Closing ask price and size
Closing bid price and size
Implied volatility and implied volatility change
Next day open interest
Open interest and open interest change
Direct database access
EOD US stock and ETF data back to 1969 for actively trading securities, when applicable
Intraday US stock and ETF data back to 2019
Delisted US stock and ETF data back to 2007
EOD options data back to 2008
Useful for creating charts of historical performance, this dataset forms the core of many backtesting strategies and investor terminal/research applications.
With proactive algorithmic and machine learning approaches, supplemented with human review by our data quality team, we catch and correct splits, dividends, and errors in the data before they reach your servers. Technical support, SDKs, multiple access methods, and other resources make integration and implementation easy.
We supplement standardized and as-reported financial statement data for US public companies with calculations, news, IPOs, and more.
Lower your processing requirements with our real-time and delayed streaming feeds for US options.
Intrinio is a full-service financial data technology partner. We help businesses of all sizes license financial data such as market data and fundamentals into their internal or public-facing applications.
We grow with you, investing in your success with a dedicated customer success team, marketing services, and responsive technical support. From our data sourcing program to our integration support to our modern access methods and beyond, we take the pain out of your financial data experience.
We provide real-time, intraday, EOD, and historical market data; real-time and delayed US options data; and standardized and as-reported US fundamentals, supplemented with company metadata, news, IPO information, insider transactions and ownership, and institutional holdings. We can also leverage our extensive partner network to match you with providers for other datasets like international market data, ETF data, mutual funds, and analyst estimates.
Our data is available through flexible delivery mechanisms tailored to your needs, including our powerful, easy-to-use REST API, WebSocket API, CSV downloads, FTP, Snowflake direct database access, and AWS. Plus, you’ll get built-in ticketing, US-based chat and email support, and developer assistance to make integration as smooth as possible.
We encourage prospective Intrinio customers to request a consultation with our team. A consultation is a 10- to 20-minute call with one of our sales development representatives.
We ask a few questions about your business, timeline, and data needs. The consultation ensures that Intrinio is a good fit for your business before we move forward.
Intrinio has matched thousands of clients with the right financial data. A consultation puts that expertise to work for you. It’s a simple way to find out if Intrinio can provide the right data, format, licensing, and coverage for your use case.
You’ll want a consultation if you:
a) have a serious business need for financial data, and
b) don’t want to spend days sifting through marketing material and technical jargon.
If we can help your business, we schedule a 30- to 60-minute follow-up call with our product specialists to begin developing your customized solution architecture.
After the sales call, we send a proposal detailing the solution architecture discussed with associated pricing.
Once you sign off on the proposal, we set up a 2-week trial period. Our CTO hosts an initial trial kick-off call to help your technical team get started and is available to answer all of your questions over the trial period.
If you confirm during the trial that our solution meets your needs, you'll simply need to sign the contract to begin our long-term partnership.
Our customer success team facilitates account creation and begins with the official onboarding process.
We provide ongoing support via: