Looking for accurate, comprehensive event data to stay on top of volatility? Wall Street Horizon has the unique tools and the research to support the importance of corporate events relative to volatility.
Unique Tools to Track Corporate Event Data
1. Near-Term Volatility Report
Looking for a daily list of corporate events plus the events that have changed? Subscribe to the Near-Term Volatility Report for a free, morning email capturing the upcoming events for your watchlist plus the event revisions made by Wall Street Horizon’s team of data analysts.
2. EventBreaks – corporate event revisions
Wall Street Horizon’s EventBreaks covers event revisions for 40+ event types across 6,200 global equities. The data is provided in a variety of delivery formats to incorporate into your workflow and trading systems.
Worldwide Expansion in 2017
Wall Street Horizon expanded its global dataset in July 2017 to include 1,200 new companies. Check out our 2017 highlights which includes increased coverage:
Earnings dates: Wall Street Horizon continually monitors primary sources of corporate earnings data including company press releases, websites, SEC filings and additional investor relations materials and events. As a result, in 2017, WSH reported over 46,200 updates to its earnings dates. In addition, WSH tracked 26,100 EPS updates.
Dividend distributions: WSH researched and reported 32,700 dividend dates including regular and special dividends and ETFs. ETF distributions and splits represented 9,000 of the total dividend dates.
Investor-related events: Investor events and conference calls often lead to volatility in a company’s stock. In 2017, WSH researched and reported on 26,200 company conference calls and over 27,600 individual company presentations from 15,500 different investor conferences/shareholder meetings.