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Since Yahoo became seriously unreliable as a data source for split & dividend adjusted historical data a couple of years ago, I have been using Investopedia discussed in this post:
https://boards.fool.com/boris-did-you-check-out-the-one-that...

It would appear that Investopedia have recently stopped providing free historical price data in spite of what it says here:
https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/find-historical-sto...

If you try to follow these instructions, you will find that the "Historical Data" link is missing.

Looks like I'll have to figure out one of the other solutions...

StevnFool
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