As I’m sure most of you have experienced there is an ever increasing need for more data… from domestic markets, international markets, capturing your own order flow, news, and recently sentiment from social media. Regardless of the hype around big data improving your understanding of markets, it’s microstructure and the impact of your own trading can be a game changer.
Data is the resource for better trade decisions, better cost controls and improving compliance and surveillance. As a consequence, key factors emerge for large-scale data management. Those include infrastructure, data quality and timely access.
Learn how OneMarketData’s new OneTickCloud looks to address those challenges providing the tools and services for managing and analyzing data more effectively in this webinar recorded from a earlier broadcast.
OneTickCloud leverages the capabilities of OneTick to offer the analysis of cleansed, normalized history across domestic and international markets. OneTick is a leading solution for managing market data – its capture, storage and analysis for use in quantitative research, back-testing, TCA, trade surveillance and many other areas in the trade life cycle.
OneTickCloud is a securely hosted service providing managed data and analytics across global equities and futures markets. It offers deep history of tick-by-tick and end-of-day prices. It includes reference data, split and dividend adjustment factors, name changes, earnings announcements and calendars. You can think of OneTickCloud as providing …
- Global content – normalized and cleansed across markets and geographies
- A range of analytical query tools from a self-service web application for assembling and organizing the content as you need to more sophisticated desktop tooling for custom analysis
- And lastly, easy access from your own application, that can be immediate on-demand access or more traditionally as file downloads.
And you only pay for what you need. To learn more watch the webinar recording.
Once again thanks for reading.
For an occasional opinion or commentary on technology in Capital Markets you can follow me on twitter, here.