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Prattle Equities Analytics

Data Feed by Prattle

Added to Marketplace: July 31, 2018

  • Anticipate the market impact of earnings calls based on the historical relationship between a company’s language and corresponding market activity.
  • Incorporate standardized scores that indicate a positive or negative outlook relative to the market benchmark.
  • Access analytics generated immediately after call transcripts become available, including scores of entire earnings calls, as well as scores for the individual components of each call, e.g. company presentation, analyst Q&A.
Feed Coverage
Top 7 Sectors CountTypeStart Date
Finance 700Securities2003
Technology 600Securities2003
Healthcare 530Securities2003
Industrials 370Securities2003
Energy 290Securities2003
Consumer Cyclicals 235Securities2003
Non-Energy Materials 230Securities2003
Feed Details
Using a combination of natural language processing and machine learning, the Prattle Equities Analytics Data Feed delivers comprehensive, unbiased, quantitative analysis of corporate earnings calls from nearly 3,000 publicly traded companies in the U.S. Corporate language is parsed and converted to quantitative data that allows investment professionals to forecast market outcomes. Data Frequency: Event; Update Frequency: Daily
Firm Information
Prattle is a research automation firm that generates automated analyst reports and directly tradable, quantitative signals by analyzing the language used by central banks and publicly traded companies. Prattle’s proprietary systems use predictive analytics and natural language processing to provide clarity to investors and finance professionals. The company was founded by experts in textual analytics and economic forecasting and is backed by top-tier Wall Street and Silicon Valley investors.