Our mission at Intrinio is to make financial data affordable and accessible so that developers can build something amazing. Thankfully for developers and data scientists, we’re not the only ones that share this mission.
Two Sigma and Kaggle also believe in the power of accessible data. So, when the opportunity came along to provide financial data for a Two Sigma and Kaggle global data science competition, it was clear that we should participate.
Over the coming months, quality data and powerful tools will collide with a brilliant community, creating the perfect storm for innovation. This unique competition unleashes the power of the crowds to build intelligent predictions via innovative algorithms, encouraging collaboration among some of the brightest minds in data science.
Intrinio is pleased to announce the addition of US and International ETF data feeds to our financial data platform. Users can now access a variety of analytics, statistics, holdings, and metadata for the United States as well as International markets.
Here at Intrinio, we have been powering over 200 developers with six months of free financial data, support, and product marketing through our Intrinio Developer Program!
A dividend stock is a great option if you’re looking to diversify your overall investment portfolio and reduce risk, whilst making your money work for you. Most stocks will pay out their dividends quarterly, with some raising the payout amount over time.
While there are a variety of ways to keep track of your dividend stock, in this post, we’ll focus on Excel. Specifically, we’re going to focus on utilizing Intrinio’s free Excel Add-In, which allows you to pull in a variety of dividend records such as the amount of latest dividend, the dividend yield, dividend payout ratio, and more.
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 large enterprise business reporting applications, fintech web-apps, mobile apps and even blogs. It’s rewarding to see our product come to life at the hands of today’s most innovative developers. They are 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 feature a developer or a startup that has leveraged our financial data feeds to build something incredible.
These are their stories.
Debt to EBITDA is a measure of a company’s ability to pay off its incurred debt. It is calculated by pulling the total debt for a company and then dividing that number by the company’s EBITDA. In order to determine a company’s EBITDA, you will need to complete a few calculations…if you’re pulling the ratio by hand that is, but, using our hack and Excel Add-In, you can pull the ratio in a matter of seconds!
In this short process, we’ll show you how to pull the Debt to EBITDA ratio for US publicly traded companies without doing manual calculations, which is possible through the Intrinio Excel Add-In.
The Altman Z Score calculation is based on five financial ratios and can take some time to produce manually, to save time (and frustration) you can use this handy Excel hack!
In this short process, we’ll show you how to pull the Altman Z Score for US publicly traded companies without doing manual calculations, which is possible through the Intrinio Excel Add-In.
Stop spending precious time manually calculating Net Operating Profit After Tax (NOPAT) and start saving time by automatically calculating this in Excel in under two minutes.
In this short process, we’ll show you how to pull NOPAT for US publicly traded companies without doing manual calculations, which is possible through the Intrinio Excel Add-In.
If you’re sick of doing Price to Earnings Ratio (PE Ratio) calculations by hand and spending tons of time manually entering data, then check out this Excel hack.
In this short process, we’ll show you how to pull the P/E Ratio for US publicly traded companies without doing manual calculations, which is possible through the Intrinio Excel Add-In.