Nasdaq, a provider of real-time market data and analytics to financial professionals and retail investors across the globe, has announced the launch of ‘Nasdaq Trading Insights’, a product suite designed to help traders better understand their performance in the market, how the market behaves and how they can adjust their strategies accordingly in order to become more successful.
The announcement comes a week after Nasdaq extended its technology contract with SIX Swiss Exchange, once again, to enhance the trading process by equipping traders to make better informed investment decisions.
Commenting on the launch, Oliver Albers, Vice President of Global Information Services, Nasdaq said: “We are always looking for ways to expand beyond our core data products and to help create better experiences for traders, so they can glean stronger insights and make better trading decisions. Trading Insights underscores our commitment to innovation and making data more actionable to empower our clients with the tools and insights they need to remain competitive.”
GIS Innovation Lab
Nasdaq Trading Insights provides advanced analytics to help traders better navigate today’s capital markets. It is the first product suite to debut from the GIS Innovation Lab, a virtual workshop led by a small task force of Nasdaq technologists, data scientists and business teams focused on creating game-changing solutions for the trading and investment community.
The product suite, which combines proprietary data with advanced analytics and machine learning to provide insights for US listed stocks trading on The Nasdaq Stock Market, offers three initial solutions, with new components and other enhancements due to be added in the future:
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Peer Benchmarking analyses 40+ metrics to rank a firm’s equity trading performance on The Nasdaq Stock Market against a group of peers with similar trading behaviour.
Missed Opportunities – Liquidity detects where larger trades could have been executed and provides visibility into missed order volume to help yield stronger trading performance in the future.
Missed Opportunities – Latency helps a firm better understand why they missed a trade due to latency on a resting book order.