One challenge developers face when working with financial data is identifying a stock, company, security, index or other financial entity across data sets. Is Apple Inc. the same as AAPL in your code? This seems like a simple example but things can quickly get more complicated when working with numerous data types and thousands of securities in the same application. The Security Master Data Feed serves as a guide for investors and developers working with multiple data sets, providing an authoritative source of information about the various identifiers associated with an economic entity.
The Security Master Data Feed is designed to make it possible to bring multiple data sets together without running into confusion when the curators of those data sets create non-unique names. Typically, when users run into these challenges, they are forced to use the names used by the data providers, which can slow down development and create headaches for end-users who aren't sure what they are looking at. With the Security Master data feed, investors and developers can use the identifier that suits their needs rather than adjusting their system to suit the data provider's naming convention. By searching the security master, users can quickly and definitively see how that entity is named across data sets.
Intrinio makes securing the best financial data easier and more affordable than ever. Take your pick from hundreds of high-quality international and domestic feeds, many of which can be redistributed without penalty or additional fees. Let us clean up the messy parts of data collection and standardization so you can spend more time working on what matters.
Choose this option if you are the only person that needs access to the data and you don’t make your living from finance or work at a company that relies on your financial analysis. Individual investors, students, researchers, and developers building apps for personal use qualify.
Choose this option if you need multiple users to access a single subscription and your business makes less than $10,000/mo and has raised less than $200,000 in capital. This discount is intended to help new enterprises get off the ground. Independent app developers, startups, and very small businesses qualify.
Choose this option if more than one person needs access to the data. You will be able to add collaborators to your subscription who can also access the data using a single subscription. Businesses with multiple analysts, developers building apps for multiple users, and enterprises looking for a site license qualify.
Student/Military, 50% off
Student/Military, 50% off
Choose this option if:
You need financial data as a part of your schoolwork, research for publication in peer-reviewed journals, or teaching role at a school. You must sign up with an “.edu” email address to select this option, and only non-professionals qualify. Students learning finance, computer science/APIs, professors, and graduate researchers qualify.
You serve, or have served, in the military. You must sign up with a “.mil” email address to select this option, and only non-professionals qualify. If you do not have access to a .mil email address, please chat our support team and they will help you out!
Choose this option if you need to share data within the organization but not with outside users. By default, professional and non-professional users cannot display data. Companies building apps for their own employees, firms with multiple analysts that need access, and startups that do not show raw data to their own end users qualify.
This option is only available for companies that need to show data to users outside of their organization. This includes developers building public facing applications, firms that need to display data on their website, and organizations that display data in portals for their own users or clients.