BigCharts

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Dow Jones & Company, Inc. is an American publishing firm that is owned by News Corp and led by CEO Almar Latour.The company publishes The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, Market Watch, Mansion Global, Financial News and Private Equity News. BigCharts is the world's most comprehensive and easy-to-use investment research Web site, providing access to professional-level research tools such as interactive charts, quotes, industry analysis and intraday stock screeners, as well as market news and commentary. These tools combine with a graphical interface and our intuitive navigation to make your research experience productive, entertaining and fun. Best of all, BigCharts is a free service supported entirely by our site sponsors. In addition to operating BigCharts.com, MarketWatch Licensing Services designs, produces and markets customized online financial content and interactive investment tools for financial institutions and other Web sites. MarketWatch, Inc. is a service of Dow Jones & Company.

Bmcn shared in a review "The BigCharts site design is from 1995, which would be ok if they didn't also have minimal free content. You can't even plot a moving average unless you pay them. Historical download is limited to 1 day at a time. Why bother with this site when you can go to any of a number of sites with better data for free?"