Quandl clients wanting to access Sharadar's database will be subject to a tiered fee schedule staring at $50 per month for individual users and $100 per month for speculative developers─such as individuals and startups in the early stages of growing their business─rising to $500 per month for developers who want to redistribute the data.
The database covers financial statement indicators and ratios for more than 2,000 US public and over-the-counter-traded companies, which the vendor scrapes from
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