The future of trading : The rise of data analytics in trading
With more information available than ever, traders must find the right data, make sense of it, and ultimately take action.
With more information available than ever, traders must find the right data, make sense of it, and ultimately take action. Unstructured information, the explosion of alternative data, and the need for trusted sources makes an already daunting task even more complex.
In our second report with Greenwich Associates on the trading desk of the future we explore the data that will keep markets moving over the next 3-5 years. With an overwhelming 85% of those surveyed planning to increase spending on data management, the value of financial data is clearly increasing.
Alternative data tops the list of most important data types, but is only useful if traders trust the source. When it comes to issues of scale and trust, 41% of those surveyed will rely on large financial markets data aggregators. Finally, analytics to interpret existing, new and unstructured data are becoming as critical as finding the data itself.
The bottom line? Everyone needs a data strategy.
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From the very beginning, trading has always been about information - whoever has the best and the fastest gets the edge
Believe data analysis will be the top skill needed on the trading desk
See alternative data becoming more valuable to the trading process