Corporate event data offers a unique vantage point into a company’s well-being. Earnings calendars, dividend dates, splits, and investor conferences are just a few corporate event data points that provide clues as to what is happening inside and outside of an organization.
In this webinar, Wall Street Horizon dives into what corporate event data is and how you can access the unique data sets offered by Wall Street Horizon through IEX Cloud. More importantly, you will learn how to uncover patterns in corporate event data and gain insight into the overall financial health of a company.
If you’ve ever wondered how you can use corporate event data in your trading or risk strategy, this webinar recording is for you!
This recording will cover:
- An introduction to corporate event data and Wall Street Horizon’s offering.
- Unique insights within corporate event data that can help inform your decision-making process.
- How you can access corporate event data in minutes.
5:20: Overview of IEX Cloud
8:04: Presentation from Wall Street Horizon
About our guests:
Christine Short, VP of Research at Wall Street Horizon, is focused on publishing research on Wall Street Horizon event data covering 8,500+ global equities in the marketplace. Over the past 15 years in the financial data industry, her research has been widely featured in financial news outlets including regular appearances on networks such as CNBC and Fox for discussions of corporate earnings and the economy.
Michael Raines is the Director of Quant Data Solutions at Wall Street Horizon. Author of the whitepaper "Exploring Corporate Event Data and Volatility" published on Social Science Research Network (SSRN), Mike originally hails from academia. He worked with investment and financial firms for more than 25 years on a broad range of capital market issues. He is active in several financial associations including the Chicago Quantitative Alliance (CQA).
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