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Yes, you can, if they are visible on Yahoo Finance. Just use the relevant ticker in your requests.
Thu 1:24 8/9/22
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Sorry, we do not provide custom development for free. Regards, integraatio.
Sat 9:42 30/7/22
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Hi, you can largely ignore the ResponseStatus, it is a concept from the underlying ServiceStack API and won't contain any useful data or information that you can act on directly, typically. If you are interested, you can read more about it (and find the object definition) here: https://docs.servicestack.net/error-handling#httperror-with-a-custom-response-dto
Fri 1:42 8/7/22
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I am not familiar with the Momentum extension, but the list of URLs are found at the Endpoints tab (above) and you could use the Code Snippets tab on the right of that page to get familiar with the full URL and how to send your membership token with your requests. Hopefully that helps integraatio
Thu 6:17 16/6/22
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I am not familiar with the Momentum extension, but the list of URLs are found at the Endpoints tab (above) and you could use the Code Snippets tab on the right of that page to get familiar with the full URL and how to send your membership token with your requests. Hopefully that helps integraatio
Thu 6:17 16/6/22
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Hi. Using that ticker VTSAX for the live data > metadata endpoint should return you content, please let me know if it doesn't. There are not "statistics" available for funds, compare: https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/VTSAX?p=VTSAX&.tsrc=fin-srch vs https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/AAPL (second link to a common stock, Apple, has Statistics tab, Funds do not have this content available on Yahoo). The endpoints are designed with common stocks in mind, not Funds, so Funds wont appear in the "list all stocks" endpoints. However, as shown above, certain types of content, eg. the Metadata, are available using those same endpoints. Hopefully this helps.
Fri 3:22 22/4/22