Stay Competitive in the Capital Markets
As companies move their business operations online, new data trails are being created that can be leveraged to make more informed investment decisions. This guide highlights use cases of alternative data across multiple sectors.
Track Location Expansion and Competition
Track where a company is growing or contracting geographically by individual locations. Overlay competitors and quantify how crowded a specific location is. Connect with demographics data to understand how macro trends affect specific companies.
Track Hiring Plans by Company
Get inside management’s head and track their expansion strategy. Identify the number of job openings by category and location over time.
Analyze Commercial REITs
Track each individual tenant for specific REITs and commercial malls. Identify tenant exposure by company and analyze vacancy rates by location over time.
Analyze Car Sales on a Daily Basis
Track the prices and sales for millions of cars on dealership platforms updated daily. Break down by attribute such as brand, type, model and year.
Track Social Chatter
Identify what brands consumers are talking about on social media across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
Analyze User Feedback onMobile Apps
Identify which companies are building mobile apps that are well received by their customers. Track the number of ratings to determine popularity for specific apps
Break Down Self-Storage Pricing by City
Track prices for millions of self-storage units by location updated daily. Filter by specific product type.
Real-Time Viewership Numbers
Track the number of viewers for specific channels online updated on an hourly basis. Identify the topics and products viewers are engaged in.
Screen the Fastest Growing Companies
Identify the fastest growing companies according to headcount. Filter by industry, location and company size.