Trying to decide who to buy options data from? It’s tough.We get it. It can feel like there are a lot of data companies out there with just too many options and flavors to choose from (pun intended). We put together this article to help you understand the options landscape and where Intrinio’s options data products fit.
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If you are a fintech founder or engineer building any type of retail trading or investing app - this article is for you.
Fintech Founder, Rachel Carpenter shares the important lessons she’s learned along the way of running fintech company, Intrinio.
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Welcome to Part 3 of a 3-part blog series where we break down the basics of market data.
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This is Part 2 of a 3-part blog series that breaks down the basics of market data. It covers the different ways you can access market data, how licenses and fees work, and where you can buy market data.
A stock exchange is a place where investors can buy or sell shares of a publicly traded company and they have technically been around since the 1400’s.