Desktop users will now have access to a more comprehensive data offering including core event datasets
Boston, MA – Wall Street Horizon, a leading provider of corporate event data, today announced a partnership with Money.Net, an online platform for financial data and news, to provide desktop users with access to its corporate event data in order to further bolster clients’ trading and risk strategies.
Event-related volatility, such as the movement of an earnings announcement, can drastically impact stock price. Therefore, having the ability to pinpoint when events move is a functionality that is in high demand among investors and traders. Through this partnership, clients will be able to utilize Wall Street Horizon’s data to research event-driven strategies, allowing them to more quickly identify signals and gain trading advantages.
“We chose Wall Street Horizon over competitors because aside from having the most extensive set of corporate event data available, the data is also by far the most accurate,” said Morgan Downey, CEO, Money.Net. “Wall Street Horizon’s attention to detail is unmatched, so as a result of this partnership, we’re excited to offer another layer of in-demand financial data to our platform.”
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“We appreciate that our data partners view us as the gold standard when it comes to corporate event data,” said Barry L. Star, CEO, Wall Street Horizon. “We are thrilled to be working with such an innovative company like Money.Net and look forward to continuing to expand and evolve our datasets in order to remain the ‘go to’ source for accurate and timely corporate event dates.”
Money.Net clients will have access to Wall Street Horizon’s unique data including: Dividends, Stock Splits, Spinoffs, IPOs (expiration dates and quiet periods), Earnings Releases, Earnings Conference Calls, Buybacks, Mergers & Acquisitions, Shareholder Meetings, Analyst Days, Secondary Offerings, Index Changes, Quarter End Dates and Witching Days.