Once you are
logged in you will see the following if you are a paid up subscriber
(If you are a free member the list below is restricted to Metastock
and CSV files)
list, click on the EOD link that corresponds to the data type
You are now
shown a list of data file names. The name of the file indicates
(for this example I will use the file ms20090101.txt)
ms - indicates the data type
20090101 - indicates the date of the file yyyymmdd
.txt - indicates the type of file
So ms20090101.txt is a text file containing data for the the
1st of January, 2009 in the Metastock format. The list below is
what you will see when you chose Metastock EOD as above.
on your browser settings, you can left click on the data file
links and you should be asked for a location to save the file.
Where you do this is up to you. If you see a long list of code
click back in you browser (you will return to the list) and Right
click on the data link. If you right click you are given several
options, choose Save Target As... or Save Link As... ( different
browsers have different wording here) and save the file to where
now have a data file on your computer. You can check the links
in the menu at the top right of this page for importing instructions
to your software.