Python stock market analysis tools?

Mudcat mnations at gmail.com
Mon Mar 5 18:36:41 CET 2007


> What kind of tool do you want?  Getting quotes is the easy part:
>
> import urllib
> symbols = 'ibm jpm msft nok'.split()
> quotes = urllib.urlopen( 'http://finance.yahoo.com/d/quotes.csv?s='+
>          '+'.join(symbols) + '&f=l1&e=.csv').read().split()
> print dict(zip(symbols, quotes))
>
> The hard part is raising capital and deciding what to buy, sell, or
> hold.
>
> Raymond

Yeah, I have something that pulls quotes. So the data isn't hard to
get, but I'm not really interested in building the graphs. I was
hoping to find something already built with the common indicators
already built in that I could add my own to.




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