Using XLQ to get Yahoo Finance Bid and Ask in DotNet CSharp

(Last Updated On: March 18, 2015)

Using XLQ to get Yahoo Finance Bid and Ask in DotNet CSharp

This is a very good tool to retrieve data so search it on my youtube.com/quantlabs channel.   You can retrieve multiple data sources including Yahoo Finance. Also, the coding is much simpler and cleaner than something like TWSLink or the Interactive Brokers API.

The Visual Studio solution package with source code is availabe to my Quant Elite members 

http://www.qmatix.com/

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HIgher resolution version but you still need to make full screen.

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