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Where to find 1min data from previous years?

Old February 15th, 2011, 08:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Where to find 1min data from previous years?

First off, if this is in the wrong forum, my apologies. Moderators, feel free to move.

I'm looking for a source of 1min data that I can load into Ninja Trader. Specifically, I'm looking for TF (russel 2000) prior to 8/4/2008. If anyone has this or has a source where I can get this, please let me know. I need to do some additional backtesting to make sure a strategy is doing what it is supposed to.


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