How to create a custom database or watchlists using Norgate data?

Hi all,
How can I create AFL customer database or watch list from norgate data, for example, nasdaqGS?
Thanks,
Maury

@maury314 here are some possible useful resources for you to review. Let us know if they are not helpful.

From Norgate,
https://norgatedata.com/beta-testing-program/amibroker-faq.php#freshdb

https://norgatedata.com/beta-testing-program/amibroker-database-creation.php

From AmiBroker,
https://www.amibroker.com/guide/h_workspace.html

Please note that Norgate Data doesn't support any filtering of the Nasdaq tiers. It's not that it's not possible to do, but nobody previously has ever asked.

Why do you need it?

Given that the primary listing venue is fairly irrelevant these days, we've decided to put our effort into index constituents instead.

You could always maintain your own watchlist of Nasdaq GS listings of course within AmiBroker by downloading lists from Nasdaq, and creating your own watchlists. Be sure to delete the components of the watchlist each time to re-import. An alternative to importing is direct editing of the .tls file, but make sure you have AmiBroker shut down while you do this.

https://www.nasdaq.com/screening/companies-by-industry.aspx?exchange=NASDAQ&market=NGS
https://www.amibroker.com/guide/h_watchlist.html

Are there any fields in the Norgate Nasdaq data, that allow to differentiate Global Select, Global Market, Capital Market?

Maury,

This seems to be a duplicate of your previous question here, which was previously answered:

The answer is still the same - no.

Usually I say thank you very little, but now thank you very much!

Hi,

Do Norgate data include a fundamental data, like SalesPerShare ?

Maury

NorgateData

    March 10

Maury,

This seems to be a duplicate of your previous question here, which was previously answered:

[How to create customer database or watch list , using Norgate data?](http://forum.amibroker.com/t/how-to-create-customer-database-or-watch-list-using-norgate-data/5001/3) [AFL Programming](http://forum.amibroker.com/c/afl)

Please note that Norgate Data doesn't support any filtering of the Nasdaq tiers. It's not that it's not possible to do, but nobody previously has ever asked. Why do you need it? Given that the primary listing venue is fairly irrelevant these days, we've decided to put our effort into index constituents instead. You could always maintain your own watchlist of Nasdaq GS listings of course within AmiBroker by downloading lists from Nasdaq, and creating your own watchlists. Be sure to delete th…

The answer is still the same - no.

Hi Maury,

Current fundamental data is include with Norgate Data US or Australian stock subscriptions at the Gold level or above. The list of fundamental fields is extensive and can be seen here:
https://norgatedata.com/data-content-tables.php#fundamentals

What is "... the Gold level or above ... " ?

We have multiple levels of stocks subscriptions.

For US Stocks, we have four levels:
Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond.

Each level provides a certain data set and capabilities.

Fumdamental data is only availalble on the Gold package and above. The US stocks packages are described here:
https://norgatedata.com/stockmarketpackages.php#usstocks
and pricing here:
https://norgatedata.com/prices.php

Hi there @NorgateData I am interesting in subscribing your ticker data feed service, but I was searching in FAQs and other info about the historic data since 1950s and I dont find a explicit mention of fundamental data also available since the 1950s ... One of my goals was to make a chart of S&P 500 Sector Weightings since the 1950s, was really nice if that data since the 1950s had also the number of shares outstanding in order to calculate the market cap sector.. Thanks. Regards.

We don't supply any form of historical market cap, so it's not possible to calculate that.

Also, with regards to sectors, note that the GICS was only developed in 1999, so classifications don't go back to 1950.

Thanks @NorgateData, I just know this service that provides this data, but its pre build I think. http://siblisresearch.com/data/sp-500-sector-weightings/

Is there any alternative for this?
Anyway looking forward for subscribe your data service later on, after a vacations in troia. Thanks. Regards.

I recall seeing that in the academic/institutional area that there has been work done to simulate classifications back in time (and therefore weightings) but I can't recall exactly where.

Cheers,
Richard.