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Did you check out the one that Randy (rharmelink) mentioned in another thread?

It works without registering and goes back more than 2 years. A few cases I checked appear to be dividend adjusted but I didn't do an exhaustive check.


Sorry. I just found that you already answered this question in a different thread at:

It seems to me that a perfect (free) alternative to Yahoo has not yet been found, but Investopedia is probably the best one reported here so far.

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