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Financial Modeling Prep

Access all stocks discounted cash flow statements, market price, stock markets news, and learn more about Financial Modeling. Learn M&A, LBO, DCF, Comps, and Financial Statement Modeling thought concrete examples

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  • Looking for someone to share FMP (financialmodelingprep) API access with
    I'm looking for someone to share the FMP (financialmodelingprep) starter plan, which is normal $19/month (annually). Source: 6 months ago
  • What would you like to see in a stock analysis app? (development in progress)
    Hi, I use FMP as my data provider: https://site.financialmodelingprep.com/ , there are a few more comparable providers but FMP is the best for my needs. Source: about 1 year ago
  • 8 things that made me quitting learning programming and developing my first app — and how I overcame them and continued
    Quite some time went by as I read about Financial Modeling Prep, an at this time relatively new finance API, in some online forum. It seemed very promising and suitable, as it was affordable, offered real-time prices, and also covered European assets. Of course, there were also some minor downsides, but more or less, all of my requirements were met, so the project was not dead at all but could finally continue. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Best source of financial data?
    I use fmp. There are some limitations compared to others. The pros are its easy to integrate via REST and its free to use all thw historicals for reports and price data. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Sources for Historical Market Data
    Another good source is https://site.financialmodelingprep.com/ I only request the financial statements but they also offer historical price quotes and stock prices for 1m candles for the last 50 years. They have a free tier but I do not know if the market data is part o it. Other prices start with 10$/month. I can not tell you if the 1m/1d candles are any good as I am only interested in SEC statements and news so... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Built an app to study businesses - visualize financials, annotate filings & transcripts, and more! (Update Post)
    Hey man! I get my financials from Financial Modeling Prep (https://site.financialmodelingprep.com/), they are the best bang for your buck if you ask me. Initially I was going to do it myself with SEC API but I really wanted international coverage. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • I built an app to study companies & follow investors (Update Post)
    Thank you for the kind words! Really glad to hear the website inspired you! About the parsing, you are right things are messy. That's also why I opted out for financial modelling prep (https://site.financialmodelingprep.com/) is to fill gaps like this but especially because of their international coverage (if you think SEC filings are hard to parse...). If you have $10 to spare, could be worth it (or not -... Source: almost 2 years ago
  • I built an app to study companies & follow investors (Update Post)
    I didn't make use of those endpoints but I can try to help. For starters, I get my descriptions from (the only) paid API. I added a json with descriptions for all U.S. Companies on my website for you to get them (10kreader.com/jsons/descriptions.json) but you should probably download JSON and upload to your own database since the file is quite large. For getting the company facts I haven't tried to be honest since... Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Built an app to study businesses - visualize financials, annotate filings & transcripts, and more!
    Thanks! So the filings are from SEC (https://www.sec.gov/os/webmaster-faq#developers). I also used the Python module sec-edgar-downloader (https://pypi.org/project/sec-edgar-downloader/) to download all 13F filings and parse them with BeautifulSoup, so that's where the investor holdings are coming from. The only paid API for the app is Financial Modeling Prep (https://site.financialmodelingprep.com/). Transcripts... Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Free Resource: annotate filings & transcripts, visualize financials, study investors, and more!
    Thanks! So for the financials, I am using FMP (https://site.financialmodelingprep.com/) because they can parse international filings, which is very hard. Intuitively, I think they have an array of synonyms to check against for Revenue and other line items that differ quite a bit by country. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Free Resource: annotate filings & transcripts, visualize financials, study investors, and more!
    Of course! Unfortunately, this is one of the few resources I pay for (this and the financials). I got the starter tier from https://site.financialmodelingprep.com/ on sale, so it felt like a deal, but still, $10 per month is not free. My justification is that I can now provide it for free for everybody else. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Use Rust (instead of C++) to develop some algorithms used in Flutter in a real app used in the *production environment* - Is it mature enough? Will I face troubles? Do you suggest it? Has anyone used it?
    Depends on what you are building. Note - you can even use multiple based on specific features. Start with https://twelvedata.com or https://financialmodelingprep.com. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Market data question
    Quandl has lot of data sources, some are free to use. Check financialmodelingprep too. Source: over 2 years ago
  • What is your preferred value investing screener DCF/MOS? Free and Paid service?
    I'm currently using stockrover.com and https://financialmodelingprep.com for getting DCF/Fair Value and Safety Margins and to Screen stocks according to my strategies. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Exporting financials into Excel
    Check out https://financialmodelingprep.com/ . You can download the financials .. What are you planning to do with them? Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Profitability Margin Analysis with Python
    This is my favourite part of the post. We will be using financialmodelingprep in order to retrieve and process the required financial data. The code presented in this post is very straightforward. Below are the high level steps that the script performs:. - Source: dev.to / about 3 years ago
  • Here’s the gist of my algorithm. I want to go big with my algorithm and I need some help from you.
    You can check out https://financialmodelingprep.com/ . They have a minute-by-minute breakdown, and their free account where you can request 250/day. You can also pay $20/month for 'unlimited' requests, but I've found that they actually rate limit you to an average of 1 request per second over a 30 minute time frame. Not a big deal usually unless you're trying to pull a bunch of information at the eod. Then you... Source: about 3 years ago
  • Best Financial Data API?
    I've had a look around and financialmodelingprep.com looks pretty good. I was wondering if you guys had any experience with this or have any better suggestions/recommendations? Source: about 3 years ago
  • $SPRWF/$FIRE - Weekend Discussion - March 19.2021
    Right now I'm pulling data with https://polygon.io/ and https://financialmodelingprep.com/. Source: about 3 years ago

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