Daily (historical)mutual fund prices
January 31, 2012 5:54 AM   Subscribe

Where can I find daily (historical) mutual fund prices?
posted by page123 to Work & Money (6 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
Yahoo Financial is pretty easy to use, e.g. VPACX.
posted by magicbus at 6:00 AM on January 31, 2012


Seconding Yahoo. But I want to point out that there's a "download to spreadsheet" link at the bottom to get the page as a .csv. There's also a perl module, Finance::Quote, for scripted downloads.
posted by mad bomber what bombs at midnight at 6:10 AM on January 31, 2012


This is probably silly in this day and age but: newspapers at the library.
posted by dpx.mfx at 6:22 AM on January 31, 2012


If it's an exchange traded fund, almost any website that will give you a quote on stock symbols will give you a quote on ETFs. They've mostly got historical graphs, and you can figure out pretty quickly what's going on.
posted by valkyryn at 6:40 AM on January 31, 2012


bigcharts.marketwatch.com

Click on "Historical quotes" link in the navigation bar -- you can choose a ticker symbol and a date. Alternately you can use the historical chart function. (I remember reading somewhere that there's an option to include dividends in the growth chart but can't remember how to do this.)
posted by honkeoki at 8:02 AM on January 31, 2012


The website of the fund manager.
posted by cecic at 10:53 AM on January 31, 2012


« Older Will I get this done, even if ...   |  Where can I find a German dict... Newer »
This thread is closed to new comments.