Getting a company off the ground is an uphill battle. Hear stories from early stage companies like yours and stay up to date on news that can help your startup.
In this episode of Fintech, What the Heck?, Andrew Carpenter explains what to look for in a data provider and talks about growing your business through partnerships with Steele Barcomb. Plus, James Mason of Transparent Traders explains how he applied technology to improve day and swing trading.
If you need real-time stock prices, one of the first (and largest) challenges you’ll face is choosing the right exchange. This article will help you understand the differences between larger and smaller exchanges and help you choose the right exchange for your data needs.
In the second episode of Fintech, What the Heck?, host Andrew Carpenter explains what you need to know about getting real-time equity pricing data from stock exchanges and talks about data sales, the evolution of Intrinio, and staying sane on Slack with Intrinio CSO Yates Sayers.
In this mini episode of Fintech, What the Heck?, Andrew Carpenter covers big news about unusual options activity and talks customer success with account executive Nick Carroll.
Intrinio just launched its very first episode of Fintech, What the Heck?, a podcast dedicated to all things fintech. Host Andrew Carpenter recaps fintech news, and chats with two fellow Intrinians, senior content creator Chelsea Caltuna and co-founder and CEO Rachel Carpenter.
Deciding what data your company needs often starts with the decision between real-time or delayed market data. Here’s a guide to access methods, exchange fees, integration, and other factors that influence whether you need real-time or delayed equity and option prices.
You likely have a lot of options for financial data. We’re often asked how Intrinio differs from other financial data providers, so here’s an overview of how we stack up against large and small data providers and the types of companies that are the best fit for our platform.
We often hear prospects (particularly those at startups) insist that they don’t need to pay for fundamental data because they can get financial statements for free from the SEC. In this blog, we’ll outline three reasons why free SEC data doesn’t cut it for any real business need.
Intrinio’s goal has always been to provide a one-stop-shop for our clients, and we do this with the help of an extensive network of trusted data partners. Here’s a look into how our data sourcing services work, and what financial data we can provide through our partners.
Unless you’re a massive institution, you’ll likely face this dilemma: work with a big provider that doesn’t treat you like a priority, or a small provider without the resources to provide responsive support. In part four of our series, we’ll cover how Intrinio changes the game as a data partner.