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Tick Data Price

Hello,

if this is an easy one or documented somewhere, then I am sorry but I haven't found it (yet). The question is very simple: Is it possible to get the price of a tick? When a tick happens, it happens at a certain price level, how can I get this price?

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Hi Alexander, if you set the resolution to be Resolution.Tick, in OnData(self, data), data[symbol] will return a list of tick objects within one second. You could get the tick price by using the Price property of tick object.

def Initialize(self):
self.AddEquity("AAPL", Resolution.Tick)

def OnData(self, data):
if data["AAPL"] is None: return
for i in data["AAPL"]:
tick_price = i.Price
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