Big Data isn't new on Wall Street -- capital markets firms have been managing and analyzing vast amounts of data for decades. But with the rise of electronic trading, algorithms and now high-frequency trading, market data and messaging volumes have exploded.
As a result, winning on the Street increasingly depends on a firm's ability to quickly and efficiently process and interpret an avalanche of data. Wall Street & Technology's December digital issue looks at the tools and strategies capital markets firms are employing to handle the crush of data, identify trading signals, predict market movements and gain an edge.
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In This Issue:
MINING BIG DATA ON THE WEB: With the explosion in Internet content, traders and investment managers are looking for tools to help them find a trading edge among the web's vast stores of unstructured data.
5 STEPS FOR TURNING THE DATA CHALLENGE INTO AN OPPORTUNITY: To handle the surge in market data and messaging traffic, capital markets firms must invest in a high-speed data infrastructure. Experts offer five steps to help Wall Street organizations turn data overload into an advantage.
DATA IS THE NAME OF THE GAME: There are three ways to play the data game, says Larry Tabb: Faster, Smarter and Dirtier. And more and more, the right analytics tools will separate the winners from the losers.
The Democratization of Big Data
The Rise of Amazon's Financial Cloud
Bringing Transparency to Asset-Backed Securities
Automating Data Management In the Cloud
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