Real-Time RESTful APIs and Websocket for Stocks, Currencies, and Crypto.
Free, easy-to-use REST API interface delivering worldwide stock market data. Obtain real-time stock data for any ticker down to the minute, request intraday quotes or search 30+ years of accurate historical market data. Easily integrate the API and make use of 170,000+ worldwide stock tickers, collected from 70 global exchanges, including Nasdaq, NYSE, and more
Free tier: 100 requests / month
Market index figures are unavailable at the free tier.
Set up a free account, get access to NASDAQ data through their APIs.
Analyze a company's investment profile by looking at pertinent news, stock price patterns, and overall sentiment.
Has a REST API. Free tier offers 1 API key, 60 requests per minute, 1000 requests per day. The premium tier isn't too bad ($25us/month) if you need to heavily use their service.
A django-framework self-hosted invest statistics tool. Works well in analysis index-based investments.
This is a self-hosted stock portfolio tracking software based on MariaDB/PHP which tracks portfolios across multiple borkers and automatically updates daily stock data from multiple sources.
I don't know much about this application. Still early in the development process. Keep an eye on it?
A service which tries to make it easy to do paper and algorithmic trading. Paper trading is read-only access to live market data, which is exactly what I need.
Rate limit: 200 requests/API key/minute
API keys are transmitted in headers.
SilverStrike is a Django webapp that you can use to manage your finances. Tries to make finance management easy. Heavily influenced by Firefly-iii (in particular the UI; both use AdminLTE) but tries to add some new features and leave out some less useful ones. Specifically supports multiple users accessing the same budget, i.e., a household. Supports multiple kinds of transactions (not just bill). Written in Python, uses Django. Has a REST API.
A company that integrates with banks and financial institutions and provides an API when said institutions don't. Some fairly prominent companies seem to use them (Betterment, Venmo, Coinbase, Fanny Mae, AmEx). Intended for helping users budget, manage payments, and bookkeeping.
API docs: https://plaid.com/docs/
A web application made to ease shared budget management. It keeps track of who bought what, when, and for whom; and helps to settle the bills. Written in Python, uses a database (MySQL, Postgres, SQLite) as its back-end. Can be installed as a first-class Pip module. Has a REST API, of course.
A self-hosted financial manager. It can help you keep track of expenses, income, budgets and everything in between. It supports credit cards, shared household accounts and savings accounts. It’s pretty fancy. You should use it to save and organize money. Does double-entry bookkeeping. Can interface with some banking APIs.
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