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Historical breadth datafiles on 130 major stock indexes and all US traded ETFs in .csv format.  
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  Historical Breadth Datafiles In ".csv" Format

(Microsoft Excel as well as many charting and financial analysis programs use .csv datafiles either by default or can readily import data from this type of file)

Breadth data is a very powerful trading tool.  Compiling  breadth data, however, is very time consuming and challenging to accurately maintain.  MasterDATA is currently the only source of index and ETF  breadth data available at any price.

Datafiles available on 122 major stock indexes and all (currently about 2700) US traded Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
Daily breadth data is be updated daily just after the close.
Download updated breadth datafiles automatically in the background with the MasterDATAdownloader ,  included free with your subscription.  No installation required (its a batch file).  Or just go to the website and select the files you want.
All data generated in-house and fully regenerated every night
Datafiles include statistics starting January, 1990, or the start date of the index or ETF through current trading.  For information on statistics included in the historical datafiles, click here.  Downloading the datafiles is accomplished by using our  free downloader program, MasterDATAlink, which will download any or all of the  datafiles either manually or automatically at times you specify.

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S & P 500 Group Select Sector Group
includes the following indexes and ETFs includes the following ETFs
S & P 500 Index .SPX
iShares Core S&P 500 Index Fund ETF IVV
ProShares S&P 500 Aristocrats ETF NOBL
Vanguard S&P 500 ETF VOO
SPDR Communication Services Select Sector ETF XLC
SPDR Consumer Discretionary Select Sector Fund XLY
SPDR Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR Fund XLP
SPDR Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund XLE
SPDR Financial Select Sector SPDR Fund XLF
SPDR Health Care Select Sector SPDR Fund XLV
SPDR Industrial Select Sector SPDR Fund XLI
SPDR Materials Select Sector SPDR Fund XLB
SPDR Real Estate Select Sector SPDR Fund XLRE
SPDR Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund XLK
SPDR Utilities Select Sector SPDR Fund XLU
Metals Group All Groups
includes the following indexes and ETFs Includes all indexes and ETFs in all other groups to the left and above.
Amex Gold Bugs Index (.HUI) .HUI
PHLX Gold & Silver Sector .XAU
Market Vectors Steel Index ETF Fund ETF SLX
SPDR SPDR S & P Metals & Mining ETF XME
Sprott Junior Gold Miners ETF SGDJ

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Our historical breadth datafiles are in .csv format.  A ".csv" datafile is simply a text file with values separated by commas (.csv stands for "comma separated values").   By themselves, .csv datafiles contain no built in functions.

If you have Microsoft Excel installed on your computer, clicking on any filename with .csv at the end (a .csv file extension) will automatically open the file in Excel.  Each line of text in this type of file becomes a row in Excel.  Each comma in the row tells Excel to place the subsequent value in the next  column.  MasterDATA's breadth datafiles also contain a header row at the top of the file which, when opened in Excel, puts a self-explanatory title at the top of each column of statistics in your spreadsheet.

The .csv file structure is an industry standard and although there are a multitude of other datafile structures, many or most mainstream programs support the use of .csv files.  Check your program documentation or contact the support department of your market analysis program for compatibility and information on using .csv datafiles.  MasterDATA developed a plug-in for MetaStock so our .csv datafiles can easily be used in that program (click here for info).

Each MasterDATACSV datafile contains all the breadth data for a specific index or ETF for a specific trade interval (i.e. daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly data) currently generated by the MasterDATA program as well as historical price data (open, high, low, close, volume) for the index and ETF itself.   Datafiles include statistics beginning 1990 or the beginning of the Index or ETF, whichever is later.

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