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Zacks offers fundamental data in three collections (Zacks Fundamentals Collection A,B,C). The most affordable one (ZFA, $1000 a year) returns 200 fundamental items and the most complete delivers 600 items.
https://www.quandl.com/databases/ZFA/pricing/plans
https://www.quandl.com/databases/ZFB/pricing/plans
https://www.quandl.com/databases/ZFC/pricing/plans

A fundamental provider for this many items would be insane so an Indicator that downloads and updates data behind the scenes might be the solution. For example, here's how smooth is the experience with market sentiment data:
https://www.wealth-lab.com/extension/detail/DataExtensions#screenshots
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I don't mean to hijack this thread (https://www.wealth-lab.com/Discussion/How-do-I-determine-Earnings-Dates-using-Fundamental-Extensions-6672), but I have a question about the Zacks earnings provider used in the Reply# 2 example. If you're using the "free" Zacks earnings provider, then the line
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earnings = bars.GetEventDataPoints("Earnings");
will only return historical earnings results and dates, but nothing for the wall-clock future.

So does the "paid" Zacks earnings provider return future (as in wall-clock future) earnings estimates and future dates? If so, how far in the future are Zacks' estimates and earnings dates available for (on their paid plan)?
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I don't mean to hijack this thread (https://www.wealth-lab.com/Discussion/How-do-I-determine-Earnings-Dates-using-Fundamental-Extensions-6672)

No worries, I've moved your post to the most suitable thread.

To answer your question, this topic's title post contains links to Quandl for your own research.
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I'm rejecting own feature request due to a complete lack of interest from the community.
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