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Where can I get free, historical information on share prices?

Thursday 24th January 2002

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Q: I am looking for a source of free, historical downloadable sharemarket data for the NZ and Australian exchanges. Until recently this was available from, but they have now started charging for this. I am seeking to familiarise myself with market fluctuations and technical analysis generally, and would like to test various hypothetical approaches against current market sentiment.

A: Unfortunately I can't find anywhere you can get the information you are after for free. There are lots of places where you can get the information for a fee. These companies have to pay the NZSE for this information so they charge for it. You could try asking your broker for the information - they might be able to arrange for you to receive it for a period of time at no cost. Here are some websites to visit and compare prices if you have no luck finding this information for free:

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