We’re living in unprecedented times, and everyone is adjusting to a new, heavily virtual way of working – from startups to enterprises to academic institutions.
This shift has been happening for several years, but learning and research institutions are especially under pressure now, as they are forced to move classes and other educational opportunities fully online.
It is because of these new circumstances that we’re excited to introduce Intrinio Academic – our new data solution for learning and research institutions. Intrinio Academic is not only a web-based platform that makes it easy for students, faculty, researchers, and administrators to access data remotely, it’s also a suite of tools that helps finance students learn computer science skills and prepare for some of the most in-demand jobs on the market.
(Watch our Intrinio Academic webinar here to see a demo and hear from Intrinio’s Director of Research & Development, Ken Miller.)
Intrinio is excited to show you around Intrinio Academic – our financial data platform for learning and research institutions. In this webinar, Intrinio’s Director of Research & Development Ken Miller explains the critical need for finance students to develop computer science skills and performs a demo to show Intrinio Academic in action.
Our mission at Intrinio is to power a generation of applications that will fundamentally change the way our broken financial system works. Intrinio data feeds form the basis of everything from large enterprise business reporting applications to startup fintech apps. It’s rewarding to see our product come to life at the hands of today’s most innovative developers building powerful things.
We’re lucky to be in a business where we grow together with our customers, and we’re proud to show off their hard work. Each blog in this series will highlight a customer that has leveraged our financial data feeds to build something incredible.
The Intrinio API is our primary access method for financial data, and while we think it’s pretty great, we’re always looking for ways to make it better and more useful. Here are nine tools, tips, and tricks to getting the most value out of our API.
We all know the jokes about working from home…or should we say “working” from home. But things are changing – even companies that have been firmly against remote work in the past are asking employees to stay home during the COVID-19 pandemic out of necessity.
For those of you who are new to working from home, or just looking for a way to stay sane while practicing social distancing, allow us to offer a few tips. Our transition to a fully remote workforce was actually pretty simple – we’ve had work from home procedures in place since Intrinio’s inception. We also leveraged the valuable lessons learned while connecting employees across our offices in Colorado Springs, CO and St. Pete, FL – many of whom have never met in person.
First things first: the team at Intrinio hopes that everyone is staying safe during this time, and we are thinking of our users and their families.
COVID-19, commonly known as Coronavirus, is impacting the financial ecosystem in dramatic ways. Its effects on the stock market, local businesses, and large corporations will likely be felt for some time. While it’s impossible to predict where the global economy will be when the dust settles, Intrinio provides several data feeds that help you track the ongoing impact of COVID-19 and prepare your business for its implications further down the line.
In our previous post, we discussed how to backtest a simple crossover strategy for a single stock using Backtrader and Intrinio. In this post, we’re going to build on this framework and graph the RSI of multiple securities. Before we can start graphing, we need to get the data. I will once again use the sandbox so anyone can play along.
Sometimes, you don’t need a play-by-play – you just want to watch the highlights. That’s why Intrinio offers end-of-day stock price data for top exchanges in the US and globally.
Here’s the lowdown on what we offer, how to access our EOD feeds, and more.
Real-time stock prices are too expensive, but end of day isn’t granular enough. Sound familiar? Enter intraday stock prices.
Intraday prices are updated at regular intervals, such as every 15 minutes, to provide reasonably up-to-date stock price data without the steep fees associated with real-time stock prices.
In this blog, we’ll discuss the intraday stock prices feeds we offer, access methods, and real-life use cases.
What do you need? Stock prices.
When do you need them? Right now.
How much are they going to cost? Well…that’s the million-dollar question, isn’t it?
It’s no surprise that real-time stock prices can cost your firstborn child, but Intrinio is breaking down the old system one feed at a time. We’ll settle for your second child (just kidding).
Read on to learn more about our real-time stock market data API, including what types of real-time stock prices we offer, how to access them, and why Intrinio is a better data partner for stock price data.