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stock-analysis-engine - Backtest 1000s of minute-by-minute trading algorithms for training AI with automated pricing data from: IEX, Tradier and FinViz

  •    Jupyter

Build and tune investment algorithms for use with artificial intelligence (deep neural networks) with a distributed stack for running backtests using live pricing data on publicly traded companies with automated datafeeds from: IEX Cloud, Tradier and FinViz (includes: pricing, options, news, dividends, daily, intraday, screeners, statistics, financials, earnings, and more). This will pull Redis and Minio docker images.

iexfinance - Python SDK for IEX Cloud

  •    Python

Python SDK for IEX Cloud. Architecture mirrors that of the IEX Cloud API (and its documentation). Stable documentation is hosted on github.io.

IEX-API - The IEX API provides any individual or academic, public or private institution looking to develop applications that require stock market data to access near real-time quote and trade data for all stocks trading on IEX


After this date, you will no longer be able to access IEX Exchange market data through this API. IEX Exchange market data will continue to be available via the TOPS and DEEP feeds, as well as through commercial vendors such as IEX Cloud, which is operated separately from IEX Exchange. If you have any questions, please reach out to api@iextrading.com. This github repository is not a support channel for IEX Cloud. We are looking to migrate to a more centralized, scalable community support site in 2021. In the mean time, please consult the following links for information and support.

pipeline-live - Pipeline Extension for Live Trading

  •    Python

pipeline-live is an extension for zipline pipeline independently usable for live trading, outside of zipline. While zipline is a great backtesting library, the default Pipeline API requires complicated setup for data bundle, which is often challenging to average users. Quantopian's proprietary data sources such as Morningstar is also not available to many. This library is to address this issue by using online API data sources and simplify the interface for live trading usage. The interface complies the original zipline/pipeline for the most part. For more details about the Pipeline API, please see Quantopian's tutorial and zipline document. If you are looking to use this library for your Quantopian algorithm, check out the migration document.

iex-api - Unofficial SDK for using the IEX API

  •    TypeScript

Currently still a work-in-progress, but it should already be quite usable. An unofficial SDK for using the free IEX API. You can use this to get stock market information. This module is usable in Web Browsers, React Native, and NodeJS (though a polyfill/ponyfill for the fetch API is needed in NodeJS).

iexcloud - Go library for accessing the IEX Cloud API

  •    Go

Go library for accessing the IEX Cloud API. iexcloud provides a Go interface to the IEX Cloud API. To access the IEX Cloud API an account and token are required. The goal is for iexcloud to be compatible with the v1 version of the IEX Cloud API. There were some changes from the beta version to v1 of the API, so things may still be a in flux for this library.

iex_data - API for getting market data from IEX

  •    Python

API for getting market data from IEX

ticker-elixir - Elixir OTP Stock Quotes App (IEX Group) | Current Branch: elixir_1.8_iex

  •    Elixir

ticker-elixir is an example Elixir OTP app which periodically pulls quotes for configured symbols. In this example, quotes are pulled from the defunct, but still available, Google Finance API. Additiionly, quotes can be simulated (the current default). Retrieved quotes are stored within individual symbol GenServers. These quotes are then rolled up into time-frame intervals using ETS tables, stored within additional GenServers, all supervised by OTP. To broadcast quote/time-frame information, callbacks can be configured to notify of updates. These callbacks are how the ticker-phoenix application captures quotes/time-frames and publishes them to Phoenix channels.

ticker-phoenix - Elixir Phoenix Stock Quotes API (IEX Trading)

  •    Javascript

ticker-phoenix is an example Elixir Phoenix app which provides an API for pulling stock quotes from the (defunct but still available) Google Finance API by using the ticker-elixir Elixir OTP app. Clients can subsribe to Phoenix Channels with stock ticker symbols and be periodically notified of updates. Note: Pull the elixir_1.4 branch to use Elixir 1.4.

ticker-react - React Client for displaying Stock Quotes (IEX Trading)

  •    Javascript

ticker-react is an example React client which pulls stock quotes from the (defunct but still available) Google Finance API by using the ticker-phoenix Elixir Phoenix app. This React client app subsribes to Phoenix Channels with stock ticker symbols and is periodically notified of updates. You'll want to make sure the Elixir Phoenix app is also running. If you haven't done so, follow the instructions for getting it installed and running at ticker-phoenix.

iex-rs - Rust wrapper around the IEX API.

  •    Rust

This is an early work-in-progress wrapper around the IEX API. It's not yet a crate or anything, I'm working towards getting a complete mapping of the API before I release anything.

iexcloudR - iexcloud api wrapper

  •    R

An R language wrapper for the new iexcloud market data API from IEX Group Inc. All data is returned dataframes (actually tibbles). iexcloud is a product of IEX Group Inc. which operates the Investors Exchange IEX, a stock exhange for US equities which trades > 9B notational value on a daily basis.

iexcloud_api_wrapper - iexcloud api wrapper written in typescript (asynchronous interface)

  •    TypeScript

A Typescript wrapper for the new iexcloud market data API from IEX Group Inc. All data is returned as Promises for asynchronous data requests. A complementary R package is also availiable.

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