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STOCKHISTORY: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use STOCKHISTORY in Excel?

I use STOCKHISTORY to get the historical stock prices of a particular company. I can then use this data to create a chart or to analyze the trend of the stock prices over time.

What is the syntax of STOCKHISTORY in Excel?

The syntax of STOCKHISTORY in Excel is as follows:

=STOCKHISTORY(ticker, [interval], [start_date], [end_date])

Where:

ticker is the ticker symbol of the stock

interval is the time interval for which to return data

start_date is the start date for the time interval

end_date is the end date for the time interval

What is an example of how to use STOCKHISTORY in Excel?

There are a few different ways to use STOCKHISTORY in Excel. You can use it to get the historical stock prices for a particular company, to get the historical stock prices for a particular index, or to get the historical stock prices for a particular exchange.

To get the historical stock prices for a particular company, you can use the following formula: =STOCKHISTORY("Company Name", "Date")

The "Company Name" is the name of the company for which you want to get the historical stock prices. The "Date" is the date for which you want to get the historical stock prices.

To get the historical stock prices for a particular index, you can use the following formula: =STOCKHISTORY("Index Name", "Date")

The "Index Name" is the name of the index for which you want to get the historical stock prices. The "Date" is the date for which you want to get the historical stock prices.

To get the historical stock prices for a particular exchange, you can use the following formula: =STOCKHISTORY("Exchange Name", "Date")

The "Exchange Name" is the name of the exchange for which you want to get the historical stock prices. The "Date" is the date for which you want to get the historical stock prices.

When should you not use STOCKHISTORY in Excel?

There are a few occasions when you should not use STOCKHISTORY in Excel. One is when you are trying to import prices from a different source. Another is when you are trying to calculate a moving average or another technical indicator.

What are some similar formulae to STOCKHISTORY in Excel?

The STOCKHISTORY function in Excel is used to return the stock history for a given stock symbol. There are a number of other similar functions that can be used to get stock information in Excel. The functions include:

- GET.STOCK.PRICE: This function returns the current stock price for a given stock symbol

- GET.STOCK.CHANGE: This function returns the percentage change in the stock price for a given stock symbol over a given time period

- GET.STOCK.VOLUME: This function returns the volume of stock traded for a given stock symbol over a given time period

- GET.STOCK.AVERAGE: This function returns the average stock price for a given stock symbol over a given time period

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