Downloading stock prices, divs and splits in F# updated to Visual Studio 2010

I’m working on a program to keep track of paired trades with trailing stops. I need to download stock prices, so I thought I might reuse some old code of mine. Here is the updated framework.

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4 thoughts on “Downloading stock prices, divs and splits in F# updated to Visual Studio 2010

  1. Hey Luca, very nice work on F#. I’ve just watched your 2008 PDC talk. Good luck with your new role at CS (I used to work there myself in Zurich). BTW, what is your opinion on how good f# will be for computational finance and financial engineering.
    Cheers,
    oz

  2. I’m the wrong person to ask that question. I’m biased. I was part of the F# team until last week.

    But judging from the number of people using it in finance, it got to be good …

  3. Pingback: Rick Minerich's Development Wonderland : F# Discoveries This Week 03/12/2010

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