US Stocks Database

The US Stocks Database is the newest addition to suite of GFD products. The USDatabase complements the GFDatabase by enabling you to combine the financial indicators from the United States and 200 other countries with the historical price data on over 40,000 individual current and delisted stocks from every US exchange. The USDatabase is the most extensive collection of individual securities ever compiled including delisted stocks from National and Regional Stock exchanges such as NASDAQ, the New York, Chicago, Philadelphia or Boston Stock Market Exchange.

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The US Stock Database provides the most extensive historical coverage and an impressive set of current market coverage, including fundamentals. Our daily stock market histories begin as early as 1962 for major US securities. We offer the original trading values for each day, and enable you to adjust for splits and distributions. In addition to the stock market price and volume for each day, we also provide information on the date and amount of dividend payments, splits and distributions made by each company.

GFD combines historical information not only on the components of major indices such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500, but also historical information on sector indices. This information links directly to the data on individual stocks. For example, you can analyze how Oil stocks performed in the 1970s or study the behavior of the Software stocks during the 1990s. No other data vendor allows for this cross section of analysis in one source.

GFDs comprehensive research has allowed it to provide superior coverage of current and historical US Stock Markets. By combining the Cowles Indices and S&P GICS data, GFD has created continuous, chain-linked data series extending back to 1871. Similar research methodologies have unveiled an intraday data index for the Dow Jones Industrial Average going back to 1933. These unrelenting research methods are what GFD has built its reputation on and what our Client’s have come to expect.


Global Financial Data provides end-of-day closing prices for individual United States Equities as well as historical data on over 11,000 US stocks and covers 30,000 discontinued stocks


Call Today for an online presentation of the unique feature of searching constituent members of the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones 30.

Could This Decade Be the Next 1930s? – A Review of World Stock Markets in the 1920s looks at whether the current bear market could lead to a global stock market collapse similar to the 1930s.

Mebane T. Faber and Eric W. Richardson, The Ivy Portfolio,
John Wiley & Sons, 2009