Options trading has exploded in popularity over the past several years. Like all types of trading, options trading requires the use of a financial data feed in order to analyze security prices and make informed investment decisions.
IPO stands for “initial public offering”. It is a process where a private company becomes a publicly-traded company by offering its shares to the public for the first time. During this process, the company starts trading publicly on a stock exchange, generating “stock price” information, fundamental data, and loads of other important information that - for the first time ever - is made available to the public.
Historical options prices can be a valuable resource for traders looking to develop a strategy. By analyzing past price movements, traders can identify patterns and trends that can help them make more informed trading decisions. In this article, we will explain how to use historical options prices and where to find the data.
Dark Pools may sound ominous, but they are actually a very lucrative and important aspect of the capital markets ecosystem. A “Dark Pool” is a private place where investors can trade and exchange securities, derivatives, and other financial instruments.
Hello, I’m Rachel, the CEO of Intrinio. We’re a financial data company specializing in API access to core data sets like stock prices, fundamentals & more.
Hi, I’m Rachel Carpenter, the CEO of Intrinio. One of our most popular products, which also happens to be our bread and butter, is stock fundamental data. This mission-critical, foundational data is needed by most investors and can be a powerful addition to any investment app or platform.
Hello, it’s Rachel Carpenter, the CEO of Intrinio. We’re a financial data company, and we’re going to talk a lot about data in this article. Did you know that over $2.5 quintillion bytes worth of data are generated every single day?
Hey, this is Rachel Carpenter, the CEO of Intrinio. Okay, this is a question I get a lot from early-stage tech and fintech founders. Finding technical leadership or a technical co-founder is not easy, so this question naturally arises for many entrepreneurs.
Yes! My name is Rachel Carpenter, the CEO of the financial data company, Intrinio. Now, to be fair, I raised my original Angel fundraising round for Intrinio several years ago, and things have certainly changed. But at the time, there were tons of tailwinds in Florida.
Hi, I’m Rachel, the CEO of Intrinio. At Intrinio, we have been hard at work building the “Stripe” of financial data. In this article, I’m going to explain what that means, why it’s important, and list some other companies that are also becoming the “Stripes” of their own categories.