Getting Started with Launchpad

Polygon Launchpad provides everything you need to connect your application to the financial markets. Use our best-in-class technology to access news, charts, history, corporate actions, and more for any security.

Launchpad

Authentication

Pass your API key in the query string like follows:

https://api.polygon.io/v2/aggs/ticker/AAPL/range/1/day/2020-06-01/2020-06-17?apiKey=*

Alternatively, you can add an Authorization header to the request with your API Key as the token in the following form:

Authorization: Bearer <token>

Edge User Insights

Use custom request headers to pass along info about the user, location, and user agent that originated each API call so that Launchpad can provide usage analytics, track trends, and alert you to any problems.

X-Polygon-Edge-ID (required) - An alias that you can use to correlate usage in Polygon back to an individual user of your application. This should be a string, unique for each individual user of your application who accesses data. We'll keep logs and trends associated with each individual edge user, but their true identity is known only to you. We also use this information to calculate your Monthly Active Users for billing.

This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.

X-Polygon-Edge-IP-Address (required) - The IP Address information of the edge user originating the call. We use this for location insights, and to help you monitor for abuse.

This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.

X-Polygon-Edge-User-Agent - The User Agent information of the edge user originating the call. This can be used to see trends across different platforms, or different versions of your client application.

This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.

Usage

Many of Polygon.io's REST endpoints allow you to extend query parameters with inequalities like date.lt=2021-01-01 (less than) and date.gte=2020-01-01 (greater than or equal to) to search ranges of values. You can also use the field name without any extension to query for exact equality. Fields that support extensions will have an "Additional filter parameters" dropdown beneath them in the docs that detail the supported extensions for that parameter.

Response Types

By default, all endpoints return a JSON response. To request a CSV response include 'Accept': 'text/csv' as a request parameter.


Aggregates (Bars)

get
/v2/aggs/ticker/{stocksTicker}/range/{multiplier}/{timespan}/{from}/{to}

Get aggregate bars for a stock over a given date range in custom time window sizes.

For example, if timespan = ‘minute’ and multiplier = ‘5’ then 5-minute bars will be returned.

Headers
This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
Parameters

Specify a case-sensitive ticker symbol. For example, AAPL represents Apple Inc.

The size of the timespan multiplier.

  • The size of the time window.

    The start of the aggregate time window. Either a date with the format YYYY-MM-DD or a millisecond timestamp.

    The end of the aggregate time window. Either a date with the format YYYY-MM-DD or a millisecond timestamp.

  • Whether or not the results are adjusted for splits. By default, results are adjusted. Set this to false to get results that are NOT adjusted for splits.

  • Sort the results by timestamp. asc will return results in ascending order (oldest at the top), desc will return results in descending order (newest at the top).

    Limits the number of base aggregates queried to create the aggregate results. Max 50000 and Default 5000. Read more about how limit is used to calculate aggregate results in our article on Aggregate Data API Improvements.

    https://api.polygon.io/v2/aggs/ticker/{stocksTicker}/range/{multiplier}/{timespan}/{from}/{to}?apiKey=*
  • Response Attributes
    ticker*string

    The exchange symbol that this item is traded under.


    adjusted*boolean

    Whether or not this response was adjusted for splits.


    queryCount*integer

    The number of aggregates (minute or day) used to generate the response.


    request_id*string

    A request id assigned by the server.


    resultsCount*integer

    The total number of results for this request.


    status*string

    The status of this request's response.


    resultsarray
    c*number

    The close price for the symbol in the given time period.


    h*number

    The highest price for the symbol in the given time period.


    l*number

    The lowest price for the symbol in the given time period.


    ninteger

    The number of transactions in the aggregate window.


    o*number

    The open price for the symbol in the given time period.


    otcboolean

    Whether or not this aggregate is for an OTC ticker. This field will be left off if false.


    t*integer

    The Unix Msec timestamp for the start of the aggregate window.


    v*number

    The trading volume of the symbol in the given time period.


    vwnumber

    The volume weighted average price.


    next_urlstring

    If present, this value can be used to fetch the next page of data.


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    Response Object
    {
      "adjusted": true,
      "next_url": "https://api.polygon.io/v2/aggs/ticker/AAPL/range/1/day/1578114000000/2020-01-10?cursor=bGltaXQ9MiZzb3J0PWFzYw",
      "queryCount": 2,
      "request_id": "6a7e466379af0a71039d60cc78e72282",
      "results": [
        {
          "c": 75.0875,
          "h": 75.15,
          "l": 73.7975,
          "n": 1,
          "o": 74.06,
          "t": 1577941200000,
          "v": 135647456,
          "vw": 74.6099
        },
        {
          "c": 74.3575,
          "h": 75.145,
          "l": 74.125,
          "n": 1,
          "o": 74.2875,
          "t": 1578027600000,
          "v": 146535512,
          "vw": 74.7026
        }
      ],
      "resultsCount": 2,
      "status": "OK",
      "ticker": "AAPL"
    }

    Summaries

    get
    /v1/summaries

    Get everything needed to visualize the tick-by-tick movement of a list of tickers.

    Headers
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    Parameters

    Comma separated list of tickers. This API currently supports Stocks/Equities, Crypto, Options, and Forex. See the tickers endpoint for more details on supported tickers. If no tickers are passed then no results will be returned.

    Warning: The maximum number of characters allowed in a URL are subject to your technology stack.

    https://api.polygon.io/v1/summaries?apiKey=*
    Response Attributes
    request_id*string

    resultsarray
    branding*object
    icon_urlstring

    A link to this ticker's company's icon. Icon's are generally smaller, square images that represent the company at a glance. Note that you must provide an API key when accessing this URL. See the "Authentication" section at the top of this page for more details.


    logo_urlstring

    A link to this ticker's company's logo. Note that you must provide an API key when accessing this URL. See the "Authentication" section at the top of this page for more details.


    errorstring

    The error while looking for this ticker.


    last_updated*integer

    The nanosecond timestamp of when this information was updated.


    market_status*string

    The market status for the market that trades this ticker.


    messagestring

    The error message while looking for this ticker.


    name*string

    Name of ticker, forex, or crypto asset.


    options*object
    contract_type*enum [put, call, other]

    The type of contract. Can be "put", "call", or in some rare cases, "other".


    exercise_style*enum [american, european, bermudan]

    The exercise style of this contract. See this link for more details on exercise styles.


    expiration_date*string

    The contract's expiration date in YYYY-MM-DD format.


    shares_per_contract*number

    The number of shares per contract for this contract.


    strike_price*number

    The strike price of the option contract.


    underlying_ticker*string

    The ticker for the option contract.


    price*number

    The most up to date ticker price.


    session*object
    change*number

    The value of the price change for the asset from the previous trading day.


    change_percent*number

    The percent of the price change for the asset from the previous trading day.


    close*number

    The closing price of the asset for the day.


    early_trading_changenumber

    Today's early trading change amount, difference between price and previous close if in early trading hours, otherwise difference between last price during early trading and previous close.


    early_trading_change_percentnumber

    Today's early trading change as a percentage.


    high*number

    The highest price of the asset for the day.


    late_trading_changenumber

    Today's late trading change amount, difference between price and today's close if in late trading hours, otherwise difference between last price during late trading and today's close.


    late_trading_change_percentnumber

    Today's late trading change as a percentage.


    low*number

    The lowest price of the asset for the day.


    open*number

    The open price of the asset for the day.


    previous_close*number

    The closing price of the asset for the previous trading day.


    pricenumber

    The price of the most recent trade or bid price for this asset.


    volumenumber

    The trading volume for the asset for the day.


    ticker*string

    Ticker of asset queried.


    type*enum [stocks, crypto, options, fx]

    The market for this ticker of stock, crypto, fx, option.


    status*string

    The status of this request's response.


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    Response Object
    {
      "request_id": "abc123",
      "results": [
        {
          "branding": {
            "icon_url": "https://api.polygon.io/icon.png",
            "logo_url": "https://api.polygon.io/logo.svg"
          },
          "last_updated": 1679597116344223500,
          "market_status": "closed",
          "name": "Norwegian Cruise Lines",
          "price": 22.3,
          "session": {
            "change": -1.05,
            "change_percent": -4.67,
            "close": 21.4,
            "early_trading_change": -0.39,
            "early_trading_change_percent": -0.07,
            "high": 22.49,
            "late_trading_change": 1.2,
            "late_trading_change_percent": 3.92,
            "low": 21.35,
            "open": 22.49,
            "previous_close": 22.45,
            "volume": 37
          },
          "ticker": "NCLH",
          "type": "stock"
        },
        {
          "last_updated": 1679597116344223500,
          "market_status": "closed",
          "name": "NCLH $5 Call",
          "options": {
            "contract_type": "call",
            "exercise_style": "american",
            "expiration_date": "2022-10-14",
            "shares_per_contract": 100,
            "strike_price": 5,
            "underlying_ticker": "NCLH"
          },
          "price": 6.6,
          "session": {
            "change": -0.05,
            "change_percent": -1.07,
            "close": 6.65,
            "early_trading_change": -0.01,
            "early_trading_change_percent": -0.03,
            "high": 7.01,
            "late_trading_change": -0.4,
            "late_trading_change_percent": -0.02,
            "low": 5.42,
            "open": 6.7,
            "previous_close": 6.71,
            "volume": 67
          },
          "ticker": "O:NCLH221014C00005000",
          "type": "options"
        },
        {
          "last_updated": 1679597116344223500,
          "market_status": "open",
          "name": "Euro - United States Dollar",
          "price": 0.97989,
          "session": {
            "change": -0.0001,
            "change_percent": -0.67,
            "close": 0.97989,
            "high": 0.98999,
            "low": 0.96689,
            "open": 0.97889,
            "previous_close": 0.98001
          },
          "ticker": "C:EURUSD",
          "type": "fx"
        },
        {
          "branding": {
            "icon_url": "https://api.polygon.io/icon.png",
            "logo_url": "https://api.polygon.io/logo.svg"
          },
          "last_updated": 1679597116344223500,
          "market_status": "open",
          "name": "Bitcoin - United States Dollar",
          "price": 32154.68,
          "session": {
            "change": -201.23,
            "change_percent": -0.77,
            "close": 32154.68,
            "high": 33124.28,
            "low": 28182.88,
            "open": 31129.32,
            "previous_close": 33362.18
          },
          "ticker": "X:BTCUSD",
          "type": "crypto"
        },
        {
          "error": "NOT_FOUND",
          "message": "Ticker not found.",
          "ticker": "APx"
        }
      ],
      "status": "OK"
    }

    Tickers

    get
    /v3/reference/tickers

    Query all ticker symbols which are supported by Polygon.io. This API currently includes Stocks/Equities, Indices, Forex, and Crypto.

    Headers
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    Parameters

    Specify a ticker symbol. Defaults to empty string which queries all tickers.

    ticker.gtgreater than
    ticker.gtegreater than or equal to
    ticker.ltless than
    ticker.lteless than or equal to
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  • Specify the type of the tickers. Find the types that we support via our Ticker Types API. Defaults to empty string which queries all types.

  • Filter by market type. By default all markets are included.

    Specify the primary exchange of the asset in the ISO code format. Find more information about the ISO codes at the ISO org website. Defaults to empty string which queries all exchanges.

    Specify the CUSIP code of the asset you want to search for. Find more information about CUSIP codes at their website. Defaults to empty string which queries all CUSIPs.

    Note: Although you can query by CUSIP, due to legal reasons we do not return the CUSIP in the response.

    Specify the CIK of the asset you want to search for. Find more information about CIK codes at their website. Defaults to empty string which queries all CIKs.

    Specify a point in time to retrieve tickers available on that date. Defaults to the most recent available date.

    Search for terms within the ticker and/or company name.

  • Specify if the tickers returned should be actively traded on the queried date. Default is true.

  • Order results based on the sort field.

    Limit the number of results returned, default is 100 and max is 1000.

  • Sort field used for ordering.

    https://api.polygon.io/v3/reference/tickers?apiKey=*
  • Response Attributes
    countinteger

    The total number of results for this request.


    next_urlstring

    If present, this value can be used to fetch the next page of data.


    request_idstring

    A request id assigned by the server.


    resultsarray

    An array of tickers that match your query.

    Note: Although you can query by CUSIP, due to legal reasons we do not return the CUSIP in the response.

    activeboolean

    Whether or not the asset is actively traded. False means the asset has been delisted.


    cikstring

    The CIK number for this ticker. Find more information here.


    composite_figistring

    The composite OpenFIGI number for this ticker. Find more information here


    currency_namestring

    The name of the currency that this asset is traded with.


    delisted_utcstring

    The last date that the asset was traded.


    last_updated_utcstring

    The information is accurate up to this time.


    locale*enum [us, global]

    The locale of the asset.


    market*enum [stocks, crypto, fx, otc, indices]

    The market type of the asset.


    name*string

    The name of the asset. For stocks/equities this will be the companies registered name. For crypto/fx this will be the name of the currency or coin pair.


    primary_exchangestring

    The ISO code of the primary listing exchange for this asset.


    share_class_figistring

    The share Class OpenFIGI number for this ticker. Find more information here


    ticker*string

    The exchange symbol that this item is traded under.


    typestring

    The type of the asset. Find the types that we support via our Ticker Types API.


    statusstring

    The status of this request's response.


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    Response Object
    {
      "count": 1,
      "next_url": "https://api.polygon.io/v3/reference/tickers?cursor=YWN0aXZlPXRydWUmZGF0ZT0yMDIxLTA0LTI1JmxpbWl0PTEmb3JkZXI9YXNjJnBhZ2VfbWFya2VyPUElN0M5YWRjMjY0ZTgyM2E1ZjBiOGUyNDc5YmZiOGE1YmYwNDVkYzU0YjgwMDcyMWE2YmI1ZjBjMjQwMjU4MjFmNGZiJnNvcnQ9dGlja2Vy",
      "request_id": "e70013d92930de90e089dc8fa098888e",
      "results": [
        {
          "active": true,
          "cik": "0001090872",
          "composite_figi": "BBG000BWQYZ5",
          "currency_name": "usd",
          "last_updated_utc": "2021-04-25T00:00:00Z",
          "locale": "us",
          "market": "stocks",
          "name": "Agilent Technologies Inc.",
          "primary_exchange": "XNYS",
          "share_class_figi": "BBG001SCTQY4",
          "ticker": "A",
          "type": "CS"
        }
      ],
      "status": "OK"
    }

    Ticker Details v3

    get
    /v3/reference/tickers/{ticker}

    Get a single ticker supported by Polygon.io. This response will have detailed information about the ticker and the company behind it.

    Headers
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    Parameters

    The ticker symbol of the asset.

    Specify a point in time to get information about the ticker available on that date. When retrieving information from SEC filings, we compare this date with the period of report date on the SEC filing.

    For example, consider an SEC filing submitted by AAPL on 2019-07-31, with a period of report date ending on 2019-06-29. That means that the filing was submitted on 2019-07-31, but the filing was created based on information from 2019-06-29. If you were to query for AAPL details on 2019-06-29, the ticker details would include information from the SEC filing.

    Defaults to the most recent available date.

    https://api.polygon.io/v3/reference/tickers/{ticker}?apiKey=*
  • Response Attributes
    countinteger

    The total number of results for this request.


    request_idstring

    A request id assigned by the server.


    resultsobject

    Ticker with details.

    active*boolean

    Whether or not the asset is actively traded. False means the asset has been delisted.


    addressobject
    address1string

    The first line of the company's headquarters address.


    address2string

    The second line of the company's headquarters address, if applicable.


    citystring

    The city of the company's headquarters address.


    postal_codestring

    The postal code of the company's headquarters address.


    statestring

    The state of the company's headquarters address.


    brandingobject
    icon_urlstring

    A link to this ticker's company's icon. Icon's are generally smaller, square images that represent the company at a glance. Note that you must provide an API key when accessing this URL. See the "Authentication" section at the top of this page for more details.


    logo_urlstring

    A link to this ticker's company's logo. Note that you must provide an API key when accessing this URL. See the "Authentication" section at the top of this page for more details.


    cikstring

    The CIK number for this ticker. Find more information here.


    composite_figistring

    The composite OpenFIGI number for this ticker. Find more information here


    currency_name*string

    The name of the currency that this asset is traded with.


    delisted_utcstring

    The last date that the asset was traded.


    descriptionstring

    A description of the company and what they do/offer.


    homepage_urlstring

    The URL of the company's website homepage.


    list_datestring

    The date that the symbol was first publicly listed in the format YYYY-MM-DD.


    locale*enum [us, global]

    The locale of the asset.


    market*enum [stocks, crypto, fx, otc, indices]

    The market type of the asset.


    market_capnumber

    The most recent close price of the ticker multiplied by weighted outstanding shares.


    name*string

    The name of the asset. For stocks/equities this will be the companies registered name. For crypto/fx this will be the name of the currency or coin pair.


    phone_numberstring

    The phone number for the company behind this ticker.


    primary_exchangestring

    The ISO code of the primary listing exchange for this asset.


    round_lotnumber

    Round lot size of this security.


    share_class_figistring

    The share Class OpenFIGI number for this ticker. Find more information here


    share_class_shares_outstandingnumber

    The recorded number of outstanding shares for this particular share class.


    sic_codestring

    The standard industrial classification code for this ticker. For a list of SIC Codes, see the SEC's SIC Code List.


    sic_descriptionstring

    A description of this ticker's SIC code.


    ticker*string

    The exchange symbol that this item is traded under.


    ticker_rootstring

    The root of a specified ticker. For example, the root of BRK.A is BRK.


    ticker_suffixstring

    The suffix of a specified ticker. For example, the suffix of BRK.A is A.


    total_employeesnumber

    The approximate number of employees for the company.


    typestring

    The type of the asset. Find the types that we support via our Ticker Types API.


    weighted_shares_outstandingnumber

    The shares outstanding calculated assuming all shares of other share classes are converted to this share class.


    statusstring

    The status of this request's response.


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    Response Object
    {
      "request_id": "31d59dda-80e5-4721-8496-d0d32a654afe",
      "results": {
        "active": true,
        "address": {
          "address1": "One Apple Park Way",
          "city": "Cupertino",
          "postal_code": "95014",
          "state": "CA"
        },
        "branding": {
          "icon_url": "https://api.polygon.io/v1/reference/company-branding/d3d3LmFwcGxlLmNvbQ/images/2022-01-10_icon.png",
          "logo_url": "https://api.polygon.io/v1/reference/company-branding/d3d3LmFwcGxlLmNvbQ/images/2022-01-10_logo.svg"
        },
        "cik": "0000320193",
        "composite_figi": "BBG000B9XRY4",
        "currency_name": "usd",
        "description": "Apple designs a wide variety of consumer electronic devices, including smartphones (iPhone), tablets (iPad), PCs (Mac), smartwatches (Apple Watch), AirPods, and TV boxes (Apple TV), among others. The iPhone makes up the majority of Apple's total revenue. In addition, Apple offers its customers a variety of services such as Apple Music, iCloud, Apple Care, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple Card, and Apple Pay, among others. Apple's products run internally developed software and semiconductors, and the firm is well known for its integration of hardware, software and services. Apple's products are distributed online as well as through company-owned stores and third-party retailers. The company generates roughly 40% of its revenue from the Americas, with the remainder earned internationally.",
        "homepage_url": "https://www.apple.com",
        "list_date": "1980-12-12",
        "locale": "us",
        "market": "stocks",
        "market_cap": 2771126040150,
        "name": "Apple Inc.",
        "phone_number": "(408) 996-1010",
        "primary_exchange": "XNAS",
        "round_lot": 100,
        "share_class_figi": "BBG001S5N8V8",
        "share_class_shares_outstanding": 16406400000,
        "sic_code": "3571",
        "sic_description": "ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS",
        "ticker": "AAPL",
        "ticker_root": "AAPL",
        "total_employees": 154000,
        "type": "CS",
        "weighted_shares_outstanding": 16334371000
      },
      "status": "OK"
    }

    Ticker Events

    get
    /vX/reference/tickers/{id}/events

    Get a timeline of events for the entity associated with the given ticker, CUSIP, or Composite FIGI.

    This API is experimental.
    Headers
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    Parameters

    Identifier of an asset. This can currently be a Ticker, CUSIP, or Composite FIGI. When given a ticker, we return events for the entity currently represented by that ticker. To find events for entities previously associated with a ticker, find the relevant identifier using the Ticker Details Endpoint

    A comma-separated list of the types of event to include. Currently ticker_change is the only supported event_type. Leave blank to return all supported event_types.

    https://api.polygon.io/vX/reference/tickers/{id}/events?apiKey=*
    Response Attributes
    request_idstring

    A request id assigned by the server.


    resultsobject
    eventsarray [undefined]

    namestring

    statusstring

    The status of this request's response.


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    Response Object
    {
      "request_id": "31d59dda-80e5-4721-8496-d0d32a654afe",
      "results": {
        "events": [
          {
            "date": "2022-06-09",
            "ticker_change": {
              "ticker": "META"
            },
            "type": "ticker_change"
          },
          {
            "date": "2012-05-18",
            "ticker_change": {
              "ticker": "FB"
            },
            "type": "ticker_change"
          }
        ],
        "name": "Meta Platforms, Inc. Class A Common Stock"
      },
      "status": "OK"
    }

    Ticker News

    get
    /v2/reference/news

    Get the most recent news articles relating to a stock ticker symbol, including a summary of the article and a link to the original source.

    Headers
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    Parameters

    Return results that contain this ticker.

    ticker.gtgreater than
    ticker.gtegreater than or equal to
    ticker.ltless than
    ticker.lteless than or equal to
    Learn More

    Return results published on, before, or after this date.

    published_utc.gtgreater than
    published_utc.gtegreater than or equal to
    published_utc.ltless than
    published_utc.lteless than or equal to
    Learn More
  • Order results based on the sort field.

    Limit the number of results returned, default is 10 and max is 1000.

  • Sort field used for ordering.

    https://api.polygon.io/v2/reference/news?apiKey=*
  • Response Attributes
    countinteger

    The total number of results for this request.


    next_urlstring

    If present, this value can be used to fetch the next page of data.


    request_idstring

    A request id assigned by the server.


    resultsarray
    amp_urlstring

    The mobile friendly Accelerated Mobile Page (AMP) URL.


    article_url*string

    A link to the news article.


    author*string

    The article's author.


    descriptionstring

    A description of the article.


    id*string

    Unique identifier for the article.


    image_urlstring

    The article's image URL.


    keywordsarray [string]

    The keywords associated with the article (which will vary depending on the publishing source).


    published_utc*string

    The date the article was published on.


    publisher*object
    favicon_urlstring

    The publisher's homepage favicon URL.


    homepage_url*string

    The publisher's homepage URL.


    logo_url*string

    The publisher's logo URL.


    name*string

    The publisher's name.


    tickers*array [string]

    The ticker symbols associated with the article.


    title*string

    The title of the news article.


    statusstring

    The status of this request's response.


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    Response Object
    {
      "count": 1,
      "next_url": "https://api.polygon.io:443/v2/reference/news?cursor=eyJsaW1pdCI6MSwic29ydCI6InB1Ymxpc2hlZF91dGMiLCJvcmRlciI6ImFzY2VuZGluZyIsInRpY2tlciI6e30sInB1Ymxpc2hlZF91dGMiOnsiZ3RlIjoiMjAyMS0wNC0yNiJ9LCJzZWFyY2hfYWZ0ZXIiOlsxNjE5NDA0Mzk3MDAwLG51bGxdfQ",
      "request_id": "831afdb0b8078549fed053476984947a",
      "results": [
        {
          "amp_url": "https://amp.benzinga.com/amp/content/20784086",
          "article_url": "https://www.benzinga.com/markets/cryptocurrency/21/04/20784086/cathie-wood-adds-more-coinbase-skillz-trims-square",
          "author": "Rachit  Vats",
          "description": "<p>Cathie Wood-led Ark Investment Management on Friday snapped up another 221,167 shares of the cryptocurrency exchange <strong>Coinbase Global Inc </strong>(NASDAQ <a class=\"ticker\" href=\"https://www.benzinga.com/stock/coin#NASDAQ\">COIN</a>) worth about $64.49 million on the stock&rsquo;s Friday&rsquo;s dip and also its fourth-straight loss.</p>\n<p>The investment firm&rsquo;s <strong>Ark Innovation ETF</strong> (NYSE <a class=\" ticker\" href=\"https://www.benzinga.com/stock/arkk#NYSE\">ARKK</a>) bought the shares of the company that closed 0.63% lower at $291.60 on Friday, giving the cryptocurrency exchange a market cap of $58.09 billion. Coinbase&rsquo;s market cap has dropped from $85.8 billion on its blockbuster listing earlier this month.</p>\n<p>The New York-based company also added another 3,873 shares of the mobile gaming company <strong>Skillz Inc</strong> (NYSE <a class=\" ticker\" href=\"https://www.benzinga.com/stock/sklz#NYSE\">SKLZ</a>), <a href=\"http://www.benzinga.com/markets/cryptocurrency/21/04/20762794/cathie-woods-ark-loads-up-another-1-2-million-shares-in-skillz-also-adds-coinbase-draftkin\" >just a day after</a> snapping 1.2 million shares of the stock.</p>\n <p>ARKK bought the shares of the company which closed ...</p><p><a href=https://www.benzinga.com/markets/cryptocurrency/21/04/20784086/cathie-wood-adds-more-coinbase-skillz-trims-square alt=Cathie Wood Adds More Coinbase, Skillz, Trims Square>Full story available on Benzinga.com</a></p>",
          "id": "nJsSJJdwViHZcw5367rZi7_qkXLfMzacXBfpv-vD9UA",
          "image_url": "https://cdn2.benzinga.com/files/imagecache/og_image_social_share_1200x630/images/story/2012/andre-francois-mckenzie-auhr4gcqcce-unsplash.jpg?width=720",
          "keywords": [
            "Sector ETFs",
            "Penny Stocks",
            "Cryptocurrency",
            "Small Cap",
            "Markets",
            "Trading Ideas",
            "ETFs"
          ],
          "published_utc": "2021-04-26T02:33:17Z",
          "publisher": {
            "favicon_url": "https://s3.polygon.io/public/public/assets/news/favicons/benzinga.ico",
            "homepage_url": "https://www.benzinga.com/",
            "logo_url": "https://s3.polygon.io/public/public/assets/news/logos/benzinga.svg",
            "name": "Benzinga"
          },
          "tickers": [
            "DOCU",
            "DDD",
            "NIU",
            "ARKF",
            "NVDA",
            "SKLZ",
            "PCAR",
            "MASS",
            "PSTI",
            "SPFR",
            "TREE",
            "PHR",
            "IRDM",
            "BEAM",
            "ARKW",
            "ARKK",
            "ARKG",
            "PSTG",
            "SQ",
            "IONS",
            "SYRS"
          ],
          "title": "Cathie Wood Adds More Coinbase, Skillz, Trims Square"
        }
      ],
      "status": "OK"
    }

    Ticker Types

    get
    /v3/reference/tickers/types

    List all ticker types that Polygon.io has.

    Headers
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    Parameters
  • Filter by asset class.

  • Filter by locale.

    https://api.polygon.io/v3/reference/tickers/types?apiKey=*
  • Response Attributes
    countinteger

    The total number of results for this request.


    request_id*string

    A request ID assigned by the server.


    resultsarray
    asset_class*enum [stocks, options, crypto, fx, indices]

    An identifier for a group of similar financial instruments.


    code*string

    A code used by Polygon.io to refer to this ticker type.


    description*string

    A short description of this ticker type.


    locale*enum [us, global]

    An identifier for a geographical location.


    status*string

    The status of this request's response.


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    Response Object
    {
      "count": 1,
      "request_id": "31d59dda-80e5-4721-8496-d0d32a654afe",
      "results": [
        {
          "asset_class": "stocks",
          "code": "CS",
          "description": "Common Stock",
          "locale": "us"
        }
      ],
      "status": "OK"
    }

    Market Holidays

    get
    /v1/marketstatus/upcoming

    Get upcoming market holidays and their open/close times.

    Headers
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    https://api.polygon.io/v1/marketstatus/upcoming?apiKey=*
    Response Attributes
    responsearray
    closestring

    The market close time on the holiday (if it's not closed).


    datestring

    The date of the holiday.


    exchangestring

    Which market the record is for.


    namestring

    The name of the holiday.


    openstring

    The market open time on the holiday (if it's not closed).


    statusstring

    The status of the market on the holiday.


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    Response Object
    [
      {
        "date": "2020-11-26",
        "exchange": "NYSE",
        "name": "Thanksgiving",
        "status": "closed"
      },
      {
        "date": "2020-11-26",
        "exchange": "NASDAQ",
        "name": "Thanksgiving",
        "status": "closed"
      },
      {
        "date": "2020-11-26",
        "exchange": "OTC",
        "name": "Thanksgiving",
        "status": "closed"
      },
      {
        "close": "2020-11-27T18:00:00.000Z",
        "date": "2020-11-27",
        "exchange": "NASDAQ",
        "name": "Thanksgiving",
        "open": "2020-11-27T14:30:00.000Z",
        "status": "early-close"
      },
      {
        "close": "2020-11-27T18:00:00.000Z",
        "date": "2020-11-27",
        "exchange": "NYSE",
        "name": "Thanksgiving",
        "open": "2020-11-27T14:30:00.000Z",
        "status": "early-close"
      }
    ]

    Market Status

    get
    /v1/marketstatus/now

    Get the current trading status of the exchanges and overall financial markets.

    Headers
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    https://api.polygon.io/v1/marketstatus/now?apiKey=*
    Response Attributes
    afterHoursboolean

    Whether or not the market is in post-market hours.


    currenciesobject
    cryptostring

    The status of the crypto market.


    fxstring

    The status of the forex market.


    earlyHoursboolean

    Whether or not the market is in pre-market hours.


    exchangesobject
    nasdaqstring

    The status of the Nasdaq market.


    nysestring

    The status of the NYSE market.


    otcstring

    The status of the OTC market.


    indicesGroupsobject
    cccystring

    The status of Cboe Streaming Market Indices Cryptocurrency ("CCCY") indices trading hours.


    cgistring

    The status of Cboe Global Indices ("CGI") trading hours.


    dow_jonesstring

    The status of Dow Jones indices trading hours


    ftse_russellstring

    The status of Financial Times Stock Exchange Group ("FTSE") Russell indices trading hours.


    mscistring

    The status of Morgan Stanley Capital International ("MSCI") indices trading hours.


    mstarstring

    The status of Morningstar ("MSTAR") indices trading hours.


    mstarc

    The status of Morningstar Customer ("MSTARC") indices trading hours.


    nasdaqstring

    The status of National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations ("Nasdaq") indices trading hours.


    s_and_pstring

    The status of Standard & Poors's ("S&P") indices trading hours.


    societe_generalestring

    The status of Societe Generale indices trading hours.


    marketstring

    The status of the market as a whole.


    serverTimestring

    The current time of the server, returned as a date-time in RFC3339 format.


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    Response Object
    {
      "afterHours": true,
      "currencies": {
        "crypto": "open",
        "fx": "open"
      },
      "earlyHours": false,
      "exchanges": {
        "nasdaq": "extended-hours",
        "nyse": "extended-hours",
        "otc": "closed"
      },
      "market": "extended-hours",
      "serverTime": "2020-11-10T17:37:37-05:00"
    }

    Stock Splits v3

    get
    /v3/reference/splits

    Get a list of historical stock splits, including the ticker symbol, the execution date, and the factors of the split ratio.

    Headers
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    Parameters

    Specify a case-sensitive ticker symbol. For example, AAPL represents Apple Inc.

    ticker.gtgreater than
    ticker.gtegreater than or equal to
    ticker.ltless than
    ticker.lteless than or equal to
    Learn More

    Query by execution date with the format YYYY-MM-DD.

    execution_date.gtgreater than
    execution_date.gtegreater than or equal to
    execution_date.ltless than
    execution_date.lteless than or equal to
    Learn More
  • Query for reverse stock splits. A split ratio where split_from is greater than split_to represents a reverse split. By default this filter is not used.

  • Order results based on the sort field.

    Limit the number of results returned, default is 10 and max is 1000.

  • Sort field used for ordering.

    https://api.polygon.io/v3/reference/splits?apiKey=*
  • Response Attributes
    next_urlstring

    If present, this value can be used to fetch the next page of data.


    request_idstring

    resultsarray
    execution_datestring

    The execution date of the stock split. On this date the stock split was applied.


    split_from*number

    The second number in the split ratio.

    For example: In a 2-for-1 split, split_from would be 1.


    split_to*number

    The first number in the split ratio.

    For example: In a 2-for-1 split, split_to would be 2.


    tickerstring

    The ticker symbol of the stock split.


    statusstring

    The status of this request's response.


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    Response Object
    {
      "next_url": "https://api.polygon.io/v3/splits/AAPL?cursor=YWN0aXZlPXRydWUmZGF0ZT0yMDIxLTA0LTI1JmxpbWl0PTEmb3JkZXI9YXNjJnBhZ2VfbWFya2VyPUElN0M5YWRjMjY0ZTgyM2E1ZjBiOGUyNDc5YmZiOGE1YmYwNDVkYzU0YjgwMDcyMWE2YmI1ZjBjMjQwMjU4MjFmNGZiJnNvcnQ9dGlja2Vy",
      "results": [
        {
          "execution_date": "2020-08-31",
          "split_from": 1,
          "split_to": 4,
          "ticker": "AAPL"
        },
        {
          "execution_date": "2005-02-28",
          "split_from": 1,
          "split_to": 2,
          "ticker": "AAPL"
        }
      ],
      "status": "OK"
    }

    Dividends v3

    get
    /v3/reference/dividends

    Get a list of historical cash dividends, including the ticker symbol, declaration date, ex-dividend date, record date, pay date, frequency, and amount.

    Headers
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    Parameters

    Return the dividends that contain this ticker.

    ticker.gtgreater than
    ticker.gtegreater than or equal to
    ticker.ltless than
    ticker.lteless than or equal to
    Learn More

    Query by ex-dividend date with the format YYYY-MM-DD.

    ex_dividend_date.gtgreater than
    ex_dividend_date.gtegreater than or equal to
    ex_dividend_date.ltless than
    ex_dividend_date.lteless than or equal to
    Learn More

    Query by record date with the format YYYY-MM-DD.

    record_date.gtgreater than
    record_date.gtegreater than or equal to
    record_date.ltless than
    record_date.lteless than or equal to
    Learn More

    Query by declaration date with the format YYYY-MM-DD.

    declaration_date.gtgreater than
    declaration_date.gtegreater than or equal to
    declaration_date.ltless than
    declaration_date.lteless than or equal to
    Learn More

    Query by pay date with the format YYYY-MM-DD.

    pay_date.gtgreater than
    pay_date.gtegreater than or equal to
    pay_date.ltless than
    pay_date.lteless than or equal to
    Learn More
  • Query by the number of times per year the dividend is paid out. Possible values are 0 (one-time), 1 (annually), 2 (bi-annually), 4 (quarterly), and 12 (monthly).

    Query by the cash amount of the dividend.

    cash_amount.gtgreater than
    cash_amount.gtegreater than or equal to
    cash_amount.ltless than
    cash_amount.lteless than or equal to
    Learn More
  • Query by the type of dividend. Dividends that have been paid and/or are expected to be paid on consistent schedules are denoted as CD. Special Cash dividends that have been paid that are infrequent or unusual, and/or can not be expected to occur in the future are denoted as SC.

  • Order results based on the sort field.

    Limit the number of results returned, default is 10 and max is 1000.

  • Sort field used for ordering.

    https://api.polygon.io/v3/reference/dividends?apiKey=*
    Response Attributes
    next_urlstring

    If present, this value can be used to fetch the next page of data.


    request_id*string

    resultsarray
    cash_amount*number

    The cash amount of the dividend per share owned.


    currencystring

    The currency in which the dividend is paid.


    declaration_datestring

    The date that the dividend was announced.


    dividend_type*enum [CD, SC, LT, ST]

    The type of dividend. Dividends that have been paid and/or are expected to be paid on consistent schedules are denoted as CD. Special Cash dividends that have been paid that are infrequent or unusual, and/or can not be expected to occur in the future are denoted as SC. Long-Term and Short-Term capital gain distributions are denoted as LT and ST, respectively.


    ex_dividend_date*string

    The date that the stock first trades without the dividend, determined by the exchange.


    frequency*integer

    The number of times per year the dividend is paid out. Possible values are 0 (one-time), 1 (annually), 2 (bi-annually), 4 (quarterly), and 12 (monthly).


    pay_datestring

    The date that the dividend is paid out.


    record_datestring

    The date that the stock must be held to receive the dividend, set by the company.


    ticker*string

    The ticker symbol of the dividend.


    statusstring

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    Response Object
    {
      "next_url": "https://api.polygon.io/v3/reference/dividends/AAPL?cursor=YWN0aXZlPXRydWUmZGF0ZT0yMDIxLTA0LTI1JmxpbWl0PTEmb3JkZXI9YXNjJnBhZ2VfbWFya2VyPUElN0M5YWRjMjY0ZTgyM2E1ZjBiOGUyNDc5YmZiOGE1YmYwNDVkYzU0YjgwMDcyMWE2YmI1ZjBjMjQwMjU4MjFmNGZiJnNvcnQ9dGlja2Vy",
      "results": [
        {
          "cash_amount": 0.22,
          "declaration_date": "2021-10-28",
          "dividend_type": "CD",
          "ex_dividend_date": "2021-11-05",
          "frequency": 4,
          "pay_date": "2021-11-11",
          "record_date": "2021-11-08",
          "ticker": "AAPL"
        },
        {
          "cash_amount": 0.22,
          "declaration_date": "2021-07-27",
          "dividend_type": "CD",
          "ex_dividend_date": "2021-08-06",
          "frequency": 4,
          "pay_date": "2021-08-12",
          "record_date": "2021-08-09",
          "ticker": "AAPL"
        }
      ],
      "status": "OK"
    }

    Stock Financials vX

    get
    /vX/reference/financials

    Get historical financial data for a stock ticker. The financials data is extracted from XBRL from company SEC filings using the methodology outlined here.

    This API is experimental.
    Headers
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    Parameters

    Query by company ticker.

    Query by central index key (CIK) Number

    Query by company name.

    company_name.searchpartial-match text search
    Learn More

    Query by standard industrial classification (SIC)

    Query by the date when the filing with financials data was filed in YYYY-MM-DD format.

    Best used when querying over date ranges to find financials based on filings that happen in a time period.

    Examples:

    To get financials based on filings that have happened after January 1, 2009 use the query param filing_date.gte=2009-01-01

    To get financials based on filings that happened in the year 2009 use the query params filing_date.gte=2009-01-01&filing_date.lt=2010-01-01

    filing_date.gtgreater than
    filing_date.gtegreater than or equal to
    filing_date.ltless than
    filing_date.lteless than or equal to
    Learn More

    The period of report for the filing with financials data in YYYY-MM-DD format.

    period_of_report_date.gtgreater than
    period_of_report_date.gtegreater than or equal to
    period_of_report_date.ltless than
    period_of_report_date.lteless than or equal to
    Learn More
  • Query by timeframe. Annual financials originate from 10-K filings, and quarterly financials originate from 10-Q filings. Note: Most companies do not file quarterly reports for Q4 and instead include those financials in their annual report, so some companies my not return quarterly financials for Q4

  • Whether or not to include the xpath and formula attributes for each financial data point. See the xpath and formula response attributes for more info. False by default.

  • Order results based on the sort field.

    Limit the number of results returned, default is 10 and max is 100.

  • Sort field used for ordering.

    https://api.polygon.io/vX/reference/financials?apiKey=*
    Response Attributes
    count*integer

    The total number of results for this request.


    next_urlstring

    If present, this value can be used to fetch the next page of data.


    request_id*string

    A request id assigned by the server.


    results*array
    acceptance_datetime

    The datetime (EST timezone) the filing was accepted by EDGAR in YYYYMMDDHHMMSS format.


    cik*string

    The CIK number for the company.


    company_name*string

    The company name.


    end_datestring

    The end date of the period that these financials cover in YYYYMMDD format.


    filing_date

    The date that the SEC filing which these financials were derived from was made available. Note that this is not necessarily the date when this information became public, as some companies may publish a press release before filing with the SEC.


    financials*object
    balance_sheetobject

    Balance sheet. The keys in this object can be any of the fields listed in the Balance Sheet section of the financials API glossary of terms.

    *object

    An individual financial data point.

    derived_fromarray [string]

    The list of report IDs (or errata) which were used to derive this data point. This value is only returned for data points taken directly from XBRL when the include_sources query parameter is true and if source is SourceInterReportDerived.


    formulastring

    The name of the formula used to derive this data point from other financial data points. Information about the formulas can be found here. This value is only returned for data points that are not explicitly expressed within the XBRL source file when the include_sources query parameter is true and if source is SourceIntraReportImpute.


    label*string

    A human readable label for the financial data point.


    order*integer

    An indicator of what order within the statement that you would find this data point.


    source

    The source where this data point came from. This will be one of: SourceDirectReport, SourceIntraReportImpute or SourceInterReportDerived.


    unit*string

    The unit of the financial data point.


    value*number

    The value of the financial data point.


    xpathstring

    The XPath 1.0 query that identifies the fact from within the XBRL source file. This value is only returned for data points taken directly from XBRL when the include_sources query parameter is true and if source is SourceDirectReport.


    cash_flow_statementobject

    Cash flow statement. The keys in this object can be any of the fields listed in the Cash Flow Statement section of the financials API glossary of terms. See the attributes of the objects within balance_sheet for more details.

    comprehensive_incomeobject

    Comprehensive income. The keys in this object can be any of the fields listed in the Comprehensive Income section of the financials API glossary of terms. See the attributes of the objects within balance_sheet for more details.

    income_statementobject

    Income statement. The keys in this object can be any of the fields listed in the Income Statement section of the financials API glossary of terms. See the attributes of the objects within balance_sheet for more details.

    fiscal_period*string

    Fiscal period of the report according to the company (Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, or FY).


    fiscal_yearstring

    Fiscal year of the report according to the company.


    source_filing_file_url

    The URL of the specific XBRL instance document within the SEC filing that these financials were derived from.


    source_filing_urlstring

    The URL of the SEC filing that these financials were derived from.


    start_datestring

    The start date of the period that these financials cover in YYYYMMDD format.


    tickersarray [string]

    The list of ticker symbols for the company.


    timeframe*string

    The timeframe of the report (quarterly, annual or ttm).


    status*string

    The status of this request's response.


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    Response Object
    {
      "count": 1,
      "next_url": "https://api.polygon.io/vX/reference/financials?",
      "request_id": "55eb92ed43b25568ab0cce159830ea34",
      "results": [
        {
          "cik": "0001650729",
          "company_name": "SiteOne Landscape Supply, Inc.",
          "end_date": "2022-04-03",
          "filing_date": "2022-05-04",
          "financials": {
            "balance_sheet": {
              "assets": {
                "label": "Assets",
                "order": 100,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 2407400000
              },
              "current_assets": {
                "label": "Current Assets",
                "order": 200,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 1385900000
              },
              "current_liabilities": {
                "label": "Current Liabilities",
                "order": 700,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 597500000
              },
              "equity": {
                "label": "Equity",
                "order": 1400,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 1099200000
              },
              "equity_attributable_to_noncontrolling_interest": {
                "label": "Equity Attributable To Noncontrolling Interest",
                "order": 1500,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 0
              },
              "equity_attributable_to_parent": {
                "label": "Equity Attributable To Parent",
                "order": 1600,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 1099200000
              },
              "liabilities": {
                "label": "Liabilities",
                "order": 600,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 1308200000
              },
              "liabilities_and_equity": {
                "label": "Liabilities And Equity",
                "order": 1900,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 2407400000
              },
              "noncurrent_assets": {
                "label": "Noncurrent Assets",
                "order": 300,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 1021500000
              },
              "noncurrent_liabilities": {
                "label": "Noncurrent Liabilities",
                "order": 800,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 710700000
              }
            },
            "cash_flow_statement": {
              "exchange_gains_losses": {
                "label": "Exchange Gains/Losses",
                "order": 1000,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 100000
              },
              "net_cash_flow": {
                "label": "Net Cash Flow",
                "order": 1100,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": -8600000
              },
              "net_cash_flow_continuing": {
                "label": "Net Cash Flow, Continuing",
                "order": 1200,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": -8700000
              },
              "net_cash_flow_from_financing_activities": {
                "label": "Net Cash Flow From Financing Activities",
                "order": 700,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 150600000
              },
              "net_cash_flow_from_financing_activities_continuing": {
                "label": "Net Cash Flow From Financing Activities, Continuing",
                "order": 800,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 150600000
              },
              "net_cash_flow_from_investing_activities": {
                "label": "Net Cash Flow From Investing Activities",
                "order": 400,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": -41000000
              },
              "net_cash_flow_from_investing_activities_continuing": {
                "label": "Net Cash Flow From Investing Activities, Continuing",
                "order": 500,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": -41000000
              },
              "net_cash_flow_from_operating_activities": {
                "label": "Net Cash Flow From Operating Activities",
                "order": 100,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": -118300000
              },
              "net_cash_flow_from_operating_activities_continuing": {
                "label": "Net Cash Flow From Operating Activities, Continuing",
                "order": 200,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": -118300000
              }
            },
            "comprehensive_income": {
              "comprehensive_income_loss": {
                "label": "Comprehensive Income/Loss",
                "order": 100,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 40500000
              },
              "comprehensive_income_loss_attributable_to_noncontrolling_interest": {
                "label": "Comprehensive Income/Loss Attributable To Noncontrolling Interest",
                "order": 200,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 0
              },
              "comprehensive_income_loss_attributable_to_parent": {
                "label": "Comprehensive Income/Loss Attributable To Parent",
                "order": 300,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 40500000
              },
              "other_comprehensive_income_loss": {
                "label": "Other Comprehensive Income/Loss",
                "order": 400,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 40500000
              },
              "other_comprehensive_income_loss_attributable_to_parent": {
                "label": "Other Comprehensive Income/Loss Attributable To Parent",
                "order": 600,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 8200000
              }
            },
            "income_statement": {
              "basic_earnings_per_share": {
                "label": "Basic Earnings Per Share",
                "order": 4200,
                "unit": "USD / shares",
                "value": 0.72
              },
              "benefits_costs_expenses": {
                "label": "Benefits Costs and Expenses",
                "order": 200,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 768400000
              },
              "cost_of_revenue": {
                "label": "Cost Of Revenue",
                "order": 300,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 536100000
              },
              "costs_and_expenses": {
                "label": "Costs And Expenses",
                "order": 600,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 768400000
              },
              "diluted_earnings_per_share": {
                "label": "Diluted Earnings Per Share",
                "order": 4300,
                "unit": "USD / shares",
                "value": 0.7
              },
              "gross_profit": {
                "label": "Gross Profit",
                "order": 800,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 269200000
              },
              "income_loss_from_continuing_operations_after_tax": {
                "label": "Income/Loss From Continuing Operations After Tax",
                "order": 1400,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 32300000
              },
              "income_loss_from_continuing_operations_before_tax": {
                "label": "Income/Loss From Continuing Operations Before Tax",
                "order": 1500,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 36900000
              },
              "income_tax_expense_benefit": {
                "label": "Income Tax Expense/Benefit",
                "order": 2200,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 4600000
              },
              "interest_expense_operating": {
                "label": "Interest Expense, Operating",
                "order": 2700,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 4300000
              },
              "net_income_loss": {
                "label": "Net Income/Loss",
                "order": 3200,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 32300000
              },
              "net_income_loss_attributable_to_noncontrolling_interest": {
                "label": "Net Income/Loss Attributable To Noncontrolling Interest",
                "order": 3300,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 0
              },
              "net_income_loss_attributable_to_parent": {
                "label": "Net Income/Loss Attributable To Parent",
                "order": 3500,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 32300000
              },
              "net_income_loss_available_to_common_stockholders_basic": {
                "label": "Net Income/Loss Available To Common Stockholders, Basic",
                "order": 3700,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 32300000
              },
              "operating_expenses": {
                "label": "Operating Expenses",
                "order": 1000,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 228000000
              },
              "operating_income_loss": {
                "label": "Operating Income/Loss",
                "order": 1100,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 41200000
              },
              "participating_securities_distributed_and_undistributed_earnings_loss_basic": {
                "label": "Participating Securities, Distributed And Undistributed Earnings/Loss, Basic",
                "order": 3800,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 0
              },
              "preferred_stock_dividends_and_other_adjustments": {
                "label": "Preferred Stock Dividends And Other Adjustments",
                "order": 3900,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 0
              },
              "revenues": {
                "label": "Revenues",
                "order": 100,
                "unit": "USD",
                "value": 805300000
              }
            }
          },
          "fiscal_period": "Q1",
          "fiscal_year": "2022",
          "source_filing_file_url": "https://api.polygon.io/v1/reference/sec/filings/0001650729-22-000010/files/site-20220403_htm.xml",
          "source_filing_url": "https://api.polygon.io/v1/reference/sec/filings/0001650729-22-000010",
          "start_date": "2022-01-03"
        }
      ],
      "status": "OK"
    }

    Conditions

    get
    /v3/reference/conditions

    List all conditions that Polygon.io uses.

    Headers
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    Parameters
  • Filter for conditions within a given asset class.

  • Filter by data type.

    Filter for conditions with a given ID.

  • Filter by SIP. If the condition contains a mapping for that SIP, the condition will be returned.

  • Order results based on the sort field.

    Limit the number of results returned, default is 10 and max is 1000.

  • Sort field used for ordering.

    https://api.polygon.io/v3/reference/conditions?apiKey=*
  • Response Attributes
    count*integer

    The total number of results for this request.


    next_urlstring

    If present, this value can be used to fetch the next page of data.


    request_id*string

    A request ID assigned by the server.


    results*array

    An array of conditions that match your query.

    abbreviationstring

    A commonly-used abbreviation for this condition.


    asset_class*enum [stocks, options, crypto, fx]

    An identifier for a group of similar financial instruments.


    data_types*array [string]

    Data types that this condition applies to.


    descriptionstring

    A short description of the semantics of this condition.


    exchangeinteger

    If present, mapping this condition from a Polygon.io code to a SIP symbol depends on this attribute. In other words, data with this condition attached comes exclusively from the given exchange.


    id*integer

    An identifier used by Polygon.io for this condition. Unique per data type.


    legacyboolean

    If true, this condition is from an old version of the SIPs' specs and no longer is used. Other conditions may or may not reuse the same symbol as this one.


    name*string

    The name of this condition.


    sip_mapping*object

    A mapping to a symbol for each SIP that has this condition.

    CTAstring

    OPRAstring

    UTPstring

    type*enum [sale_condition, quote_condition, sip_generated_flag, financial_status_indicator, short_sale_restriction_indicator, settlement_condition, market_condition, trade_thru_exempt]

    An identifier for a collection of related conditions.


    update_rulesobject

    A list of aggregation rules.

    consolidated*object

    Describes aggregation rules on a consolidated (all exchanges) basis.

    updates_high_low*boolean

    Whether or not trades with this condition update the high/low.


    updates_open_close*boolean

    Whether or not trades with this condition update the open/close.


    updates_volume*boolean

    Whether or not trades with this condition update the volume.


    market_center*object

    Describes aggregation rules on a per-market-center basis.

    updates_high_low*boolean

    Whether or not trades with this condition update the high/low.


    updates_open_close*boolean

    Whether or not trades with this condition update the open/close.


    updates_volume*boolean

    Whether or not trades with this condition update the volume.


    status*string

    The status of this request's response.


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    Response Object
    {
      "count": 1,
      "request_id": "31d59dda-80e5-4721-8496-d0d32a654afe",
      "results": [
        {
          "asset_class": "stocks",
          "data_types": [
            "trade"
          ],
          "id": 2,
          "name": "Average Price Trade",
          "sip_mapping": {
            "CTA": "B",
            "UTP": "W"
          },
          "type": "condition",
          "update_rules": {
            "consolidated": {
              "updates_high_low": false,
              "updates_open_close": false,
              "updates_volume": true
            },
            "market_center": {
              "updates_high_low": false,
              "updates_open_close": false,
              "updates_volume": true
            }
          }
        }
      ],
      "status": "OK"
    }

    Exchanges

    get
    /v3/reference/exchanges

    List all exchanges that Polygon.io knows about.

    Headers
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    Parameters
  • Filter by asset class.

  • Filter by locale.

    https://api.polygon.io/v3/reference/exchanges?apiKey=*
  • Response Attributes
    countinteger

    The total number of results for this request.


    request_id*string

    A request ID assigned by the server.


    resultsarray
    acronymstring

    A commonly used abbreviation for this exchange.


    asset_class*enum [stocks, options, crypto, fx]

    An identifier for a group of similar financial instruments.


    id*integer

    A unique identifier used by Polygon.io for this exchange.


    locale*enum [us, global]

    An identifier for a geographical location.


    micstring

    The Market Identifier Code of this exchange (see ISO 10383).


    name*string

    Name of this exchange.


    operating_micstring

    The MIC of the entity that operates this exchange.


    participant_idstring

    The ID used by SIP's to represent this exchange.


    type*enum [exchange, TRF, SIP]

    Represents the type of exchange.


    urlstring

    A link to this exchange's website, if one exists.


    status*string

    The status of this request's response.


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    Response Object
    {
      "count": 1,
      "request_id": "31d59dda-80e5-4721-8496-d0d32a654afe",
      "results": [
        {
          "acronym": "AMEX",
          "asset_class": "stocks",
          "id": 1,
          "locale": "us",
          "mic": "XASE",
          "name": "NYSE American, LLC",
          "operating_mic": "XNYS",
          "participant_id": "A",
          "type": "exchange",
          "url": "https://www.nyse.com/markets/nyse-american"
        }
      ],
      "status": "OK"
    }

    Related Companies

    get
    /v1/related-companies/{ticker}

    Get a list of tickers related to the queried ticker based on News and Returns data.

    Headers
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    This should be a string in IPv4 dotted decimal ("192.0.2.1"), IPv6 ("2001:db8::68"), or IPv4-mapped IPv6 ("::ffff:192.0.2.1") form.
    This should be a string between 1 and 80 characters long.
    Parameters

    The ticker symbol to search.

    https://api.polygon.io/v1/related-companies/{ticker}?apiKey=*
    Response Attributes
    request_idstring

    A request id assigned by the server.


    resultsarray
    ticker*string

    A ticker related to the requested ticker.


    statusstring

    The status of this request's response.


    tickerstring

    The ticker being queried.


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    Response Object
    {
      "request_id": "31d59dda-80e5-4721-8496-d0d32a654afe",
      "results": [
        {
          "ticker": "MSFT"
        },
        {
          "ticker": "GOOGL"
        },
        {
          "ticker": "AMZN"
        },
        {
          "ticker": "FB"
        },
        {
          "ticker": "TSLA"
        },
        {
          "ticker": "NVDA"
        },
        {
          "ticker": "INTC"
        },
        {
          "ticker": "ADBE"
        },
        {
          "ticker": "NFLX"
        },
        {
          "ticker": "PYPL"
        }
      ],
      "status": "OK",
      "stock_symbol": "AAPL"
    }

    Stocks WebSocket Documentation

    The Launchpad Stocks WebSocket API provides streaming access to market data for Launchpad subscribers. You can specify which channels you want to consume by sending instructions in the form of actions. Our WebSockets emit events to notify you when an event has occurred in a channel you've subscribed to.

    Our WebSocket APIs are based on entitlements that control which WebSocket Clusters you can connect to and which kinds of data you can access. You can login to see examples that include your API key and are personalized to your entitlements.

    Step 1: Connect

    With a premium Stocks plan, you will be able to use a single connection to the Stocks Cluster. If another connection attempts to connect to the Stocks Cluster simultaneously, the current connection will be disconnected. If you need more simultaneous connections to this cluster, you can contact support.

    Connecting to a cluster:

    Real-time:wscat -c wss://launchpad.polygon.io/stocks

    On connection you will receive the following message:

    [{
    	"ev":"status",
    	"status":"connected",
    	"message": "Connected Successfully"
    }]

    Step 2: Authenticate

    You must authenticate before you can make any other requests.

    {"action":"auth","params":"********"}

    On successful authentication you will receive the following message:

    [{
    	"ev":"status",
    	"status":"auth_success",
    	"message": "authenticated"
    }]

    Step 3: Subscribe

    Once authenticated, you can request a stream. You can request multiple streams in the same request.

    {"action":"subscribe","params":"AM.LPL"}

    You can also request multiple streams from the same cluster.

    {"action":"subscribe","params":"AM.LPL,AM.MSFT"}

    Usage

    Things happen very quickly in the world of finance, which means a Polygon.io WebSocket client must be able to handle many incoming messages per second. Due to the nature of the WebSocket protocol, if a client is slow to consume messages from the server, Polygon.io's server must buffer messages and send them only as fast as the client can consume them. To help prevent the message buffer from getting too long, Polygon.io may send more than one JSON object in a single WebSocket message. We accomplish this by wrapping all messages in a JSON array, and adding more objects to the array if the message buffer is getting longer. For example, consider a WebSocket message with a single trade event in it:

    [{"ev":"LV","sym":"MSFT","val":215.9721,"t":1611082428813}]

    If your client is consuming a bit slow, or 2+ events happened in very short succession, you may receive a single WebSocket message with more than one event inside it, like this:

    [
    		{"ev":"LV","sym":"MSFT","val":215.9721,"t":1611082428813}, 
    		{"ev":"LV","sym":"MSFT","val":215.9893,"t":1611082428814}
    	]

    Note that if a client is consuming messages too slowly for too long, Polygon.io's server-side buffer may get too large. If that happens, Polygon.io will terminate the WebSocket connection. You can check your account dashboard to see if a connection was terminated as a slow consumer. If this happens to you consistently, consider subscribing to fewer symbols or channels.

    Aggregates (Per Minute)

    ws
    wss://launchpad.polygon.io/stocks

    Stream real-time minute aggregates for a given stock ticker symbol.

    Parameters

    Specify a stock ticker or use * to subscribe to all stock tickers. You can also use a comma separated list to subscribe to multiple stock tickers. You can retrieve available stock tickers from our Stock Tickers API.

    {"action":"subscribe", "params":"AM.{ticker}"}
    Response Attributes
    ev

    The event type.


    symstring

    The ticker symbol for the given stock.


    vinteger

    The tick volume.


    avinteger

    Today's accumulated volume.


    opnumber

    Today's official opening price.


    vwnumber

    The volume-weighted average value for the aggregate window.


    onumber

    The open price for the symbol in the given time period.


    cnumber

    The close price for the symbol in the given time period.


    hnumber

    The highest price for the symbol in the given time period.


    lnumber

    The lowest price for the symbol in the given time period.


    anumber

    Today's volume weighted average price.


    zinteger

    The average trade size for this aggregate window.


    sinteger

    The start timestamp of this aggregate window in Unix Milliseconds.


    einteger

    The end timestamp of this aggregate window in Unix Milliseconds.


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    Response Object
    {
      "ev": "AM",
      "sym": "GTE",
      "v": 4110,
      "av": 9470157,
      "op": 0.4372,
      "vw": 0.4488,
      "o": 0.4488,
      "c": 0.4486,
      "h": 0.4489,
      "l": 0.4486,
      "a": 0.4352,
      "z": 685,
      "s": 1610144640000,
      "e": 1610144700000
    }

    Value

    ws
    wss://launchpad.polygon.io/stocks

    Real-time value for a given stock ticker symbol.

    Parameters

    Specify a stock ticker or use * to subscribe to all stock tickers. You can also use a comma separated list to subscribe to multiple stock tickers. You can retrieve available stock tickers from our Stock Tickers API.

    {"action":"subscribe", "params":"LV.{ticker}"}
    Response Attributes
    evenum [LV]

    The event type.


    val

    The current value of the security.


    sym

    The ticker symbol for the given security.


    t

    The nanosecond timestamp.


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    Response Object
    {
      "ev": "LV",
      "val": 189.22,
      "sym": "AAPL",
      "t": 1678220098130
    }
    All data provided on Polygon is provided for informational purposes only, and is not intended for trading or investing purposes. Polygon provides all information as is. You must not redistribute information displayed on or provided by Polygon. Stock prices displayed in the ticker are from a subset of exchanges, this price does not represent the real-time price from the SIP.

    © Polygon.io, Inc