What We Do
Premium Data provides end-of-day data update services, and historical daily data, for selected exchanges and markets across Stocks, Futures and Forex.
There is an easy-to-use Windows-based updating application for each of these security types.
The data is held in the "MetaStock" data format and can be accessed by any charting or analysis program that reads this format.
A basic charting program ("Premium Charts") is installed along with any of our updating programs for the benefit of subscribers who don't have a suitable charting package of their own.
The Forex data can also be updated in ascii/csv. For Stocks and Futures, we have tools available to convert the historical data to ascii.
Our updating services are reliable. Furthermore, our set-ups are easy to recover.
Separate history and program installers are always available to current subscribers from our Downloads area in the event of hard-drive failure, virus attack, machine upgrade etc.
Premium Data is operated by a licensed data vendor for the Australian Securities Exchange, the CME Group, the London Metals Exchange and other exchanges.
We also have licensing arrangements with leading index providers and upstream suppliers such as Thomson Reuters and S&P Dow Jones Indices.
Mar 6, 2019
Changes to the Update Schedule
Daylight Saving Time starts in the U.S. and Canada on Sunday March 10.
After the transition, subscribers outside of the US time zone can expect the Forex, U.S. Stocks and the "North American" and "Final" Futures editions to be published one hour earlier.
The new update schedules can be found here:
Europe is due to start DST on March 31 and Australia will end DST on April 7, so further schedule changes will occur in the coming weeks.
Aug 28, 2018
MetaStock™ v16 - significant upgrade
For information about how the upgrade to version 16.1.18229 better accommodates our "Local Data", please see here.
Jun 1, 2018
Norgate Data Updater platform released
We have developed an entirely new and separate updating platform ("NDU") that interfaces directly with back-testing applications such as AmiBroker and RightEdge and has a website of its own.
An overview of NDU and how to switch to it can be found here.