Are you saying you want to generate the SQL:
CREATE TABLE my_table blah blah blah
INSERT INTO my_table (`FinancialTicker`, `Date`, `Factor1`) VALUES
('GOOG', '20111231', '10'),
('GOOG', '20111231', '9'),
('GOOG', '20111231', '8'),
('GOOG', '20111231', '7'),
('GOOG', '20111231', '6'),
('GOOG', '20111231', '5');
You know... obviously with all the columns.... Well, I use MySQL and that's how I do bulk inserts. Just slam each row in as a tuple, and make sure the query doesn't exceed the maximum length allowed by the server (about 1 megabyte on mine). Might not be relevant to your SQL engine.
If you can do this type of query at all, you'll need close off each query and start a new one several times to keep it from overflowing. Can do that automatically of course... Simplest way is to just decide to do 5000 rows per query or whatever. I don't think there's anything wrong with representing everything as a string (even numbers) to make it easier. You should enclose your field names in back-ticks....
So write all these queries out to a SQL file and then throw it at your server.
You're not trying to link the data to other tables, right? You're just creating a flat table.