Has anyone had any experience obtaining stock market quotes using VB.  I need to obtain quotes for a listing of stocks, say 10-20 stocks, in a batch.  If I can obtain the quotes, I can display % Change related to what you actually bought the stock for, versus % Change in relation to the open price of the day (irrelevant).  They do not have to be real time quotes, but I absolutely must have access to Over-The-Counter bulletin board stocks.

This seems like the kind of specialized task someone here has probably already covered...
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your best bet would be write a parser for an HTML page from or a similar site.
Take a look at dev-soft's site ( They have a sample program with their ipWorks controls that gets stock prices from Yahoo.

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Dreaming_EagleAuthor Commented:
bcarney, which demo?  They must have three or four on that page...

The demo comes with the ipworks controls. You can download them for free, and will need to anyway to run the demo.
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