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Stock tweets from millions of Twitter posts leading up to, during, and after the Global Financial Crisis (March 2006 – March 2010). The data comes from analysis of 1.6 billion tweets during that time period, from approximately 40 million users. This data set includes 2.3 million stock tweets with the ticker symbol and keyword references.
Twitter users will post the convention: $[TICKER SYMBOL] or $$ in a stock tweet to discuss stock quotes, companies, and other information relevant to the financial industry. While not every data point in this set references a specific ticker symbol, it represents a collection of all uses of [$], including ticker symbols and other financial keywords from the associated tweet. Each stock tweet includes a timestamp, $[TICKER SYMBOL] or $$, tweet id, and any associated keywords found in the text of the tweet.
Stock Tweet Samples From The Data Set:
Check out this excerpt of stock tweets from the data set from March 9, 2009, the day that the Dow Jones Industrial Average reached a 12-year low of 6,547, the market bottom during the recent Global Financial Crisis:
|Timestamp||$TICKER SYMBOL||Tweet ID||Related Keywords|
Or check out the stock quote API for historical stock quotes from the NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ from 1962 – 2011, including daily open, close, low, high, exchange and trading volume figures.
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