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Hello guys,

I'm having a lot of trouble to get the data from Brazilian Futures

So i spoke with Robert and give him the idea to integrate WealthLab with Nelogica plataforms. The most used plataform for traders in Brasil.

Because when i try to export the data for CSV, it only comes with 3 months and i cant have a realiable backtest.

Thanks
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Cone8
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I wasn't able to find information about an API on their websites, but I sent them a message asking about one -
https://www.nelogica.com.br/
https://www.nelogica.com/
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#2
Hey Cone, thanks for replying.

Maybe you can try https://www.metatrader5.com/pt as well

It would help your Brazilian Costumers a lot...

Cheers
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#3
We do have a data provider for MetaTrader 4 data already:

https://www.wealth-lab.com/extension/detail/Forex
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Cone8
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#4
@Eugene, we're looking for a solution for Bovespa stocks and futures - historical and streaming, and even a broker connection.
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#5
ProfitChart from Nelogica would be perfect, it's the most popular here and works with several brokers in Brazil.
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#7
Goodnight.

Did you find any solution to this issue?

I also need information from the Brazilian market.

Through morningstar and yahoo providers it was possible to get the data. But both are not working anymore.
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#8
Yahoo is working but you have to reduce the number of symbols downloaded.

Although Morningstar will be restored, I'm doubtful about international symbols like those that start from BVMF: (Bovespa). Most likely they will not work in the changed circumstances.
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#9
Brazilian guys should vote for this, I'm pretty sure we have a good number here
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QUOTE:
I wasn't able to find information about an API on their websites, but I sent them a message asking about one -
https://www.nelogica.com.br/
https://www.nelogica.com/

By the way, @Cone, did Nelogica answer you?
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Glitch8
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#11
Keep us posted, Brazil is one of our top markets and it would be great to find a broker that offers an API!
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#12
I found something in B3 site (B3 it's like our "NYSE" or something)

https://developers.b3.com.br/images/b3_docs/up2data_cloud.pdf

I don't know if it's helpful, because I really do not understand how API's work.
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#13
Question to our fellow Brazilians. Is this data feed still operational? It looks promising for having REST and WebSocket APIs for Brazilian data (Bovespa) but I couldn't find how to subscribe (of course my absolutely rudimentary Portuguese may be the culprit):
https://www.marketdatacloud.com.br/
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#14
If I'm not wrong, you need to pass your contact info so they contact you.

https://www.marketdatacloud.com.br/fale-com-um-especialista/
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#15
Thanks for confirming my suspicion Emilio. I guess this ain't too user friendly or perhaps their pricing is on the high side. The way I see it, this WL8 data provider for Bovespa data should target Brazilian retail users.
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#16
Since dxFeed.com supports Brazilian markets, the upcoming Medved Trader extension could bring this data to WL8? It's listed on Medved's "Subscription" tab:

https://www.medvedtrader.com/www/frontend/datasource
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#17
Theoretically, yes dxFeed with Medved Trader extension would work. However, you would first have to get dxFeed to enable Brazilian market data on Medved Trader subscriptions - they currently don't have it enabled, though guessing it is just an administrative thing.
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#18
To get the future data use ProftChart. You need to take the perpetual data like WINFUTV, WSPFUTV and etc.
For stocks use QuoteBr
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