BSE Stocks Historical Price Downloader

Use this Excel tool to download historical prices of all 22,047 scrips listed in the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).

This is a companion tool to the S&P BSE Indices Historical Data Downloader (values, PE, PE, Div. Yield) of 27 S&P BSE Indices.)

The scrips are categorised as follows

  • Equity -shares
  • Equity – Institutional Series
  • Debentures and Bonds
  • GOI securities
  • Preference Shares
  • MF – FMPs

You can download the historical price data (along with no of. shares, no. of trades, total turnover) by following 5 simple steps.

Here is a screenshot

BSE-stocks

 

In the coming weeks, I will post some analysis tools based on this downloader:

  • Stock SIP Calculator
  • Value at Risk Calculator
  • Technical analysis etc.

If you have any specific ideas for stock analysis, evaluation and selection, I am all ears.

Update: This tool has now been replaced by Historical Stock Price Downloader

Download the BSE Stocks Historical Price Downloader

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34 thoughts on “BSE Stocks Historical Price Downloader

  1. Qamar Mirza

    Hi Pattu Sir thanks a lot for your financial literacy help its incredible and amazing.

    To introduce me I'm Qamar Mirza from Australia but basically from indian origin. I love your all posts its giving me a abundant knowledge in to financial field all credit goes to you.

    I would like to get in touch with you if possible my contact number is +919959636659 (India) and Australia (+61430990110) if you can msg me on my Indian number I can save your contact so we can be in touch. I'm in India at this moment so may be in 5 to 6 months my Australian number will be used but for now you can save both.

    Best Regards & Thanks heaps
    Qamar Mirza.

    Reply
  2. Qamar Mirza

    Hi Pattu Sir thanks a lot for your financial literacy help its incredible and amazing.

    To introduce me I'm Qamar Mirza from Australia but basically from indian origin. I love your all posts its giving me a abundant knowledge in to financial field all credit goes to you.

    I would like to get in touch with you if possible my contact number is +919959636659 (India) and Australia (+61430990110) if you can msg me on my Indian number I can save your contact so we can be in touch. I'm in India at this moment so may be in 5 to 6 months my Australian number will be used but for now you can save both.

    Best Regards & Thanks heaps
    Qamar Mirza.

    Reply
    1. pattu

      No. I don't think so. The price matches with that in Google finance. So it should be the bare price.

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      1. Jatin Visaria

        Ohh...in that case will be difficult to analyse the data....but its really a nice utility. .... respect & salute to your efforts. ....

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    1. pattu

      No. I don't think so. The price matches with that in Google finance. So it should be the bare price.

      Reply
      1. Jatin Visaria

        Ohh...in that case will be difficult to analyse the data....but its really a nice utility. .... respect & salute to your efforts. ....

        Reply
  3. bharat shah

    thank you very much for very useful down loader. hope you will advise me and others the path to select the direct equity at least in small way!
    for selection of direct equity shares for analysis i have a faint idea: subscribe for 2-3 fee based recommending services with low cost ( i have in mind equitymaster.com running offer of 3 services for 2 yrs or so for less than rs.8000/- , and moneylife 3 stockletters for @rs.7000/- per year . select total 10-15 stocks in a year or two for your total portfolio .use your knowledge in selection. try to buy at discount to the intrinsic value calculated by the service provider when market is depressed a little or more. then keep tracking the performance through quarterly reports and the reports of the service providers time to time. of course the cost of such services will be economical for 20 lacs or more portfolio value.
    i understand that you do not ask this type of suggestion but how to select and analyse or vice versa , i just hint the start point.

    Reply
    1. pattu

      Thank you. As you know, I don't know much about stock analysis but hope to learn it. I am not sure how effective it will be if you subscribe to a stock newsletter. You can buy all the stock they recommend and I wonder if that will cause confusion.

      Reply
  4. bharat shah

    thank you very much for very useful down loader. hope you will advise me and others the path to select the direct equity at least in small way!
    for selection of direct equity shares for analysis i have a faint idea: subscribe for 2-3 fee based recommending services with low cost ( i have in mind equitymaster.com running offer of 3 services for 2 yrs or so for less than rs.8000/- , and moneylife 3 stockletters for @rs.7000/- per year . select total 10-15 stocks in a year or two for your total portfolio .use your knowledge in selection. try to buy at discount to the intrinsic value calculated by the service provider when market is depressed a little or more. then keep tracking the performance through quarterly reports and the reports of the service providers time to time. of course the cost of such services will be economical for 20 lacs or more portfolio value.
    i understand that you do not ask this type of suggestion but how to select and analyse or vice versa , i just hint the start point.

    Reply
    1. pattu

      Thank you. As you know, I don't know much about stock analysis but hope to learn it. I am not sure how effective it will be if you subscribe to a stock newsletter. You can buy all the stock they recommend and I wonder if that will cause confusion.

      Reply
  5. Debanjan Ray

    This is an excellent work.
    It would be great if you develop similar xlsm for downloading multiple stocks' historical data to monitor performance of my portfolio. Currently it is a pain to enter manually one by one stock, download, cut & paste into another excel.
    Mostly, to monitor growth of a stock relative to other one, I need not see all the fields that the downloaded data shows. I need either open price or close price against date. So, if a single worksheet can be generated where each column shows stock closed or open price of a company, and each row shows one date, that would be just great. In the first worksheet, I can enter (or select from pull down) the BSE code or the company name.

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