How do you find historical stock quote prices?


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Find historical stock quote prices by navigating to the Nasdaq website, clicking on "Quotes" and then clicking on "Historical Prices." This brings up a search box to enter up to 25 stock symbols separated by commas or spaces to find up to 10 years of historical stock prices and daily volumes, notes Nasdaq. To find a stock's symbol, click on the blue "Symbol Lookup" link on the same page.

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  1. Click on "Quotes"
  2. On the Nasdaq website, click on the blue "Quotes" tab that is second from the left along the row of tabs at the top of the homepage.

  3. Select "Historical Prices"
  4. The "Historical Prices" opting brings up a search box that can have up to 25 stock symbols entered, separated by commas or spaces. To find a specific stock symbol, click on the "Symbol Lookup" link located above the search box.

  5. Find historical stock prices
  6. The search feature on the "Historical Prices" page will bring up results for up to 10 years of historical stock prices and daily volumes.

Visitors to the "Historical Prices" page can also opt to search for specific time periods for stocks, according to Nasdaq. To change the display of data in the table, visitors select "Timeframe" from the drop-down menu on the Historical Prices" search page.

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