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Need Source to Acquire Full Tick Data on Multiple Market Since Inception

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First let me thank everyone who has uploaded and made available many months worth of tick data on this site. I have read every post on the data gathering subject here at futures.io (formerly BMT).

Since most of these were from a while back I am wondering if there might be any new sources.

We are looking specifcially for a source to provide full tick data on 20 different markets from inception to current.

Other than basically needing to take out a second mortgage to buy the full data files needed from the sites we found (haha) we are hoping there might be a rock we left unturned and source we are unaware of to procure this information.

Any help in this search is much appreciated! Thanks

New tick data is posted every month for over a dozen instruments. Popular instruments have 10+ years of tick data on futures.io (formerly BMT).

https://futures.io/elite-circle/7279-official-gomrecorder-qcollector-tick-data-sharing-thread.html

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