New offering keeps investors from missing market-moving events
Wall Street Horizon, the leading provider of corporate event data, today announced the launch of its free ‘Near-Term Volatility Report’. This first-of-its-kind daily report alerts investors of upcoming corporate events and revisions pertaining to the companies they follow.
Academic research has shown that corporate event revisions, such as delayed earnings releases or speaker changes at an investor conference, can affect a company’s stock price. Wall Street Horizon’s Near-Term Volatility Report keeps the institutional trading community apprised of these events to help capitalize on opportunities or avoid market risk.
“Movement around corporate events has proven to cause market volatility, so we’re pleased to introduce this free report to equip the buy- and sell-side communities with the intelligence needed to stay abreast of this market-moving information,” said Barry L. Star, CEO of Wall Street Horizon. “Our team is continuously looking for new ways to help clients take advantage of market signals. Even the slightest change in an event can have a substantial impact on the market, and this simple, daily tear sheet alerts subscribers to the event changes for the companies they care about.”
Delivered free of charge via email each day prior to market open, the report covers 6,500 publicly traded companies worldwide and can be customized to cover tickers of choice or Dow Jones Industrial Average. Subscribers will have access to dozens of event types, such as earnings release dates, conference call information, M&A activity, dividend distributions, investor-related events and even movie release dates.
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For more information or to subscribe to the free Near-Term Volatility Report, visit WallStreetHorizon.com.