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It would appear that Investopedia have recently stopped providing free historical price data...

I've been using that as my main data source lately, and ran into the same problem. The solution I found was . They give price data with splits and dividends, in an otherwise unadjusted format - exactly what I need. They call it "adjusted" but that just means they also include an adjusted close that I ignore. They want you to get your own API key (for free), and then you can easily fetch their data - no web scraping required.

Hopefully these guys will last!

- Jamie
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