Bars / Timeframes less than 1 day return data with inconsistent time intervals?


Due to the limitations of the Bars GET request at 1000 bars, I’m attempting to build a function that when start & end (or after / until) is a duration larger than 1000 bars will construct multiple requests and combine the resulting data to complete the request.

Specific Question

I’m noticing that the bars data returned by the API is of inconsistent intervals when extracting timeframe’s of less than 1 day.


Here’s the request URL:,BYND,AMZN&limit=1000&start=2019-05-13T15:02:04-0400&end=2019-08-05T15:02:04-0400

The TLRY data goes back to 2019-06-07 15:30:00 EDT, the BYND data goes back to it’s IPO date 2019-06-14 09:30:00 EDT, an the AMZN data goes back to 2019-05-30 13:30:00 EDT.

Is this expected behavior? This makes it quite difficult to build predictive models that assume the interval between each data point is the same, as the intervals appear to be quite random.

I was planning on using the Calendar GET request to determine the intervals for forming the Bars request, but given the inconsistent intervals it seems I might just need to iterate over the data for each ticker, extract the earliest date returned, use that as the end of the next request, and form each new request until all of the data back to the original from are returned.

Try the v2 api.,BYND,AMZN&limit=1000&start=2019-05-13T15:02:04-0400&end=2019-08-05T15:02:04-0400

Will do, thanks for the tip!

Endpoint not found… Is this still a thing?

I get the same error now, endpoint not found…


Please note the Data API endpoint is different from the Trading API endpoint. Although the Trading API documented herein references v2, the Data API endpoint should still point to v1 as follows:

I don’t think the data api v2 exists.