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I'm looking to append the current share price of a stock to the end of a period with changing durations.

My current formula for the historical prices is (where cell B3 is a duration of days to retrieve): =GOOGLEFINANCE("AAPL","price",TODAY()-B3,TODAY())

Using the below formulae as shown below returns the current trading price in the same format as the historical prices:
=ARRAYFORMULA({TODAY(),GOOGLEFINANCE("AAPL","price")})

Combining the above formulas results in a "#N/A" error:
=ARRAYFORMULA({GOOGLEFINANCE("AAPL","price",TODAY()-B3,TODAY())},ARRAYFORMULA({TODAY(),GOOGLEFINANCE("AAPL","price")}))

How can I append today's current trading price to the retrieved historical range when that range is dynamic?

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The formula is failing because you are giving arrayformula() two expressions when it only expects one. One of the { array expressions } is also superfluous. It is probably easier to do this with vstack(), like this:

=vstack( 
  googlefinance("AAPL", "price", today() - B3, today()), 
  { today(), googlefinance("AAPL", "price") } 
)

See vstack().

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