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Publicly traded companies have been required to submit digital financial filings to the SEC since 2009. Banks file digitally with the FDIC, and in Singapore public, private, and all government agencies file digitally. But here in the US, we are painfully behind the times.
Students in the University of South Florida’s Intro to Finance course used the Intrinio Excel add-in to help them understand DCF Valuation. We helped the students use Intrinio data to construct a Discounted Cash Flow Model (DCF) in order to determine the intrinsic value of a company.
The dawn of the API is officially upon us. The API-centric focus of many of our tech giants (Apple, Google, Intel, IBM, Oracle) and the resulting and familiar household names and products (Apple Watch, virtual reality, any app you use…) are a testament to the power and prevalence of APIs.
The fintech community has circled around a post which unearths the fact that Bloomberg, a multi-billion dollar financial software, data, and media company, built their infrastructure with an archaic programming language called Fortran. Fortran would give most fintech firms nightmares.
Starting in the fall of 2015, Harvard Business School (HBS) professors and students will have free, unlimited access to the Intrinio financial data platform. Intrinio financial data provides students with faster, cheaper, and more flexible access to investment-grade financial data.