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Alternative Data in Action: Web-Scraping

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January 14, 2019 By: Richard Johnson

In December, Nasdaq announced they intended to acquire Quandl, an alternative data company. The early adopters of alternative data were the most sophisticated quantitative hedge funds who had the expertise and resources to take in the often...

Alternative Data Going Mainstream

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December 6, 2018 By: Richard Johnson

On Tuesday this week Nasdaq announced they were buying Quandl – an alternative data company. This follows a previous initiative within the global exchange and data company to organically build their own alternative data business. ​

U.S. Treasury volumes in October hit their highest level since May 2018, with an average daily volume of $554 billion. The equity market's precipitous decline drove a drop in Treasury yields that brought with it the market volatility traders have...

Lessons We Can Learn from the Failure of the Tick Size Pilot Program

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September 27, 2018 By: Richard Johnson

The SEC recently announced that the Tick Size Pilot program will expire on September 28th. After two years, various studies have estimated that the cost to investors of this experiment to range from $350mm to $900mm and these costs do not include...

A Case for Asymmetric Speed Bumps in U.S. Equities

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August 20, 2018 By: Richard Johnson

Two years after the controversial approval of the IEX exchange, we look at the performance of speed bumps in the US and Canada, and argue that an asymmetric speed bump with a displayed quote, would enhance liquidity provision and improve market...

The most popular instrument during the last credit tightening cycle, the CDS, has yet to recover from changes made in the wake of its crisis. Additionally, efforts to find a substitute have thus far borne little fruit. Much work remains to be done,...

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