Analytics Company Mines Twitter for Stock Picks. Twitter can provide a wealth of information for investors – but it can be difficult to figure out the difference between what’s worth paying attention to, and what’s just chatter. That’s where the founders of Social Market Analytics saw a window of opportunity. “What we do is provide investors with actionable, meaningful intelligence on publicly traded securities based on social media inputs,” like Twitter, said Social Market Analytics CEO Joe Gits in an interview with FBN’s Jeff Flock.
The company’s proprietary software targets financial professionals and people in-the-know to find out what they’re saying on social media that could potentially indicate movement for a stock. Gits says they use this information to create an “S-score,” which is a “normalized representation of current activity. So, the S-score is standard deviations from a normal baseline.” “So, we really put the statistical rigor behind it that we did in our past,” he says.
25 Free Stock Photo Sites. When I began the research for this article, I knew of only a handful of free stock photography sites.
This is a huge resource, currently indexing over 3 million photos! The photos on Imagebase are free to use, and are licensed under a Creative Commons license. Morguefile is a completely free source for stock photos. Elsewhere in the Magazine. Everystockphoto - searching free photos. Public domain image resources. Public domain image resources is a copy of the master Wikipedia page at Meta, which lists a number of sources of public domain images on the Web.
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