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Among technical analysts, the concept of Relative Strength is very popular. The concept is simple but powerful. Relative Strength is simply the measurement of one security’s price performance relative to another security, to a benchmark index, or to another group of securities. The power in Relative Strength is that it tends to persist for a measurable length of time, often for weeks and months. There are a number of well-documented reasons for this. The most obvious reason is that Relative Strength identifies and takes advantage of the herd mentality on Wall Street.
Blockchain technology is swiftly growing and interfering with several areas of the finance world, specifically the financial services sector. This technology is a secure, decentralized database that keeps track of every single digital transaction that takes place in the network, without the need of a third-party source monitoring it. The way information is recorded on the ledger system makes it extremely difficult for hackers to alter or corrupt.
Running a business involves a lot of demanding work and smart decision-making. Luckily, there’s an infinite number of readily available resources and tools that can help facilitate your company’s success. That’s where real-time market data comes into play. Real-time data offers many valuable advantages for your company. Below are six vital reasons why you should start implementing real-time data analytics into your business operation.
In this article, I will show you how to set up a basic Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) process to pull end-of-day stock market exchange data into the Relational Database Service (RDS platform) provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) using the Python scripting language and the MySQL database language.
Businesses of all types rely on good accounting practices in order to run smoothly and ensure that their operation is making a profit. The methodologies may differ from company to company, but they all fall into one of two general categories: cash basis or accrual basis. Most individuals and smaller businesses use the cash method for ease of use, but larger and more complex businesses use the accrual method of accounting. One aspect of accrual accounting that can be somewhat confusing is related to accrued expenses.
You’ve done it! You’ve created the one trading strategy that will rule them all. You’ve backtested it on your laptop against Snowflake or a flat file, and it’s now ready for some real, streamed data. You hook it up to the options or multi-exchange websocket client in firehose mode (you know, so you get all the things), hit start, and are excited to see some #winning results. Instead, you hear the aircraft engine-like noise of your laptop fans speeding up to maximum and you singe some leg hair as the bottom of the laptop turns into lava.
Every business under the sun exists to make a profit and gradually expand their profit margin, but the only way to really know whether that’s happening is through good accounting practices. One of the many ways to evaluate the financial health of a company is to look at net income, the true “bottom line” of a firm that indicates income after accounting for all costs, expenditures, depreciation, amortization, interest, and taxes. While net income is an important measure, many companies also look to EBIT for a more accurate snapshot of their finances.
This week's Customer Spotlight is dedicated to TickerStats, an interactive, user-friendly platform that provides new and seasoned investors with financial information such as stock per share data, fundamentals, and options. TickerStats makes investing fun by offering free tools and games through its engaging platform. We spoke to Head Engineer, Roman Bansal, on the inception of TickerStats, the Company’s biggest successes, and how they’ve set themselves apart from their competitors.
In our season 1 finale of Fintech, What the Heck?, Andrew Carpenter digs into Intrinio's new, simplified financial data packages and interviews Valentin Moullet, co-founder and CTO of Alquant, about enhancing traditional asset management. Watch the episode and check out the highlights.
In this episode of Fintech, What the Heck?, Andrew Carpenter interviews Intrinio's Senior Data Engineer Phil Vigo about managing data quality. We also talked to Hugo Castalan and Alex Mathé-Cathala from Lifeworks Advisors about combining roboadvisors with human advisors.