Announcing the Launch of Mergerize.com When we started Estimize, Inc. in June of 2011 the vision was to build a company that would crowdsource forward looking financial expectations across a spectrum of different data sets. Our first area of focus would be EPS and Revenue expectations for publicly traded, US listed, companies. Since launching that data set in November of 2011 we have more than 4,000 contributing analysts, 25,000 registered users, 140,000 people who viewed estimates this quarter, coverage on over 1,000 stocks this quarter, more than 17,000 estimates made in the last three months, and proof that our orthogonal philosophies work. Not only is the Estimize Consensus more accurate than the Wall Street estimate data set of record (IBES) 65% of the time, but more importantly it is more representative of the true expectation of the market, as determined by several peer reviewed academic papers, the Deutsche Bank quant research team, and our own quant research team (Vinesh and I). Why mergers and acquisitions?
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Working with Timelines Introduction The Twitter API has several methods, such as GET statuses / user_timeline, GET statuses / home_timeline and GET search / tweets, which return a timeline of Tweet data. Such timelines can grow very large, so there are limits to how much of a timeline a client application may fetch in a single request. Applications must therefore iterate through timeline results in order to build a more complete list. Because of Twitter’s realtime nature and the volume of data which is constantly being added to timelines, standard paging approaches are not always effective. The goal of this page is to demonstrate the issues Twitter developers may face when paging through result sets and to give best practices for processing a timeline.