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JSON is one of those ones that I just haven't spent enough time on yet to figure it out.

That particular set of JSON data is easy to parse:

* Read the source code of the web page
* Extract everything between "HistoricalPriceStore" and "]"
* Split the extracted data using "},{"

Then it's just a matter of cycling through the split results, one day at a time, parsing out the items you want.
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