Live Stock Prices for WordPress

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Easy to use stock prices plugin to get stock prices on your WordPress website.
We do support 60+ exchanges all over the world.

Author:Eod Historical Data (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:4.0
WordPress version tested:5.4.1
Plugin version:1.1.5
Added to WordPress repository:27-08-2018
Last updated:30-04-2020
Rating, %:100
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Plugin URI:https://eodhistoricaldata.com/knowledgebase/p...
Total downloads:2 100
Active installs:100+
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Live Stock Prices for WordPress is an easy to use stock prices plugin to get stock prices on your WordPress website. It’s easy to add real-time prices for more than 60 stock exchanges, including Forex data and cryptocurrencies all over the world in your WordPress blog, company page or personal site based on it.

Benefits

  • NO CODING. Easy installation and use.
  • Live Stock Prices works in two modes: inline mode and widget.
  • Our market coverage is more than 60+ stock exchanges and more than 120 000+ symbols all over the world.
  • We support 120+ CRYPTO currencies and 150+ FOREX pairs.

How to use the plugin?

With the provided by default DEMO API Key:

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the plugin has only access to Apple Inc (AAPL.US) and Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF (VTI.US).
To get the full coverage, you should subscribe to EOD Historical Data service and get your own API key.

The full documentation for all available symbols, exchanges and API methods is provided as well as email support for all subscribers.

There are two ways to use the plugin.

INlINE MODE

To show the current price of an asset on your page, put the following code:

[eod_ticker target="AAPL.US"]

and you will get an actual price for Apple Inc – “AAPL.US” symbol, which is traded on NASDAQ. The data will be updated every time when visitor requests the page.
For more information, see screenshots below.

WIDGET MODE

You can also configure the widget mode with ‘EOD Stock Prices Ticker’ widget on the widget settings page.
For more information, see screenshots below.


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