Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some answers to our most commonly asked questions. Is your question not listed ? Don't hesitate to reach out.

Yes! We offer a 100% no-risk free trial with all of our plans. Pay NOTHING for the first 30 days and receive 500 free calls with access to all features!
That's a good question and there are a number of factors to consider. If you are a student and/or require the API for non-commercial projects we recommend the Basic Plan. However, if you have a site or app and want to use the API for commercial purposes we suggest choosing the Premium or Businees plan. These plans offer extra features for display purposes.
You can subscribe to Stock News API with any major credit card. When you cancel your plan before the next renewal cycle, you will retain access to paid features until the end of your subscription period.
In order to use our API you first need to register to obtain an API key. Once registered you will be able to see quick examples on how to pull data using different parameters. You can find these examples on the Key & Details page. For more detailed information on how to use all of our parameters and endpoints, see our documentation page.
We offer video news and articles from 30+ news sources such as: The Street, CNBC, Zacks, Benzinga, Bloomberg, Engadget, Forbes, MarketWatch, The Motley Fool, Investor Business Daily, Seeking Alpha and 24/7 Wall Street. For more information see our documentation page > Filter on News Sources.
No. We currently specialize in the US stock market.
Yes. We index around 3000 press releases every month.
No. We do not index full article text.
Yes, as long as you are in compliance with the terms and conditions of the news source you are linking to. Generally news sources allow linking to them as long as the link opens in a new window and you give proper attribution. For more info please see 2.4 API Usage & Display.
Yes of course. For students we specially created a budget friendly plan! For only $9.99 per month, you'll have access to our API.
Our article news data goes back to March 2019, and our video historical news data goes back to July 2018.
Yes! With all of our news items (videos and articles) we include the sentiment. This can be positive, negative or neutral and is useful for sentiment analysis.
Yes. Please use our topic news endpoint to include/exclude certain topics. For more information see our documentation page.
Please contact us with the name and URL of your site/blog.
We monitor our API every 5 minutes. To see the uptime % of the last 30 days see our status page.