How To Calculate Altman Z-Score or Piotrosky Score

As our previous article explained, fundamental data is used to assess a company’s value and for fundamental analysis of the asset. Here we will provide a couple of interesting scores that can help to evaluate a company’s stock. The main difference of this article in comparison with others about Altman Z-Score and Piotrosky score in […]

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Technical Indicators. Basics

Split Only Adjusted Data We at EOD Historical Data adjust historical prices for splits and dividends (more on adjusted closes you can read on this documentation page). If for some reason one only needs data adjusted for splits, but not for dividends, then this API can be used to obtain splits-only adjusted data. Average Volume […]

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Fundamental Data Explained

The Fundamental Data of equity includes information that pertains to the qualities and quantities of equity performance on financial markets. This information is used to assess a company’s value and for fundamental analysis of the asset. There is a whole lot of fundamental data available for equity. Some of the more important metrics from the […]

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Adjusted Close and Close. What’s The Difference?

End-of-day data for stocks has, among others, two values that shouldn’t be confused with each other: close and adjusted close. This article will explain the difference between the two and the need to have both of these. The close (of the OHLC, open-high-low-close) is more or less straightforward: the closing price of a stock that […]

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