Company Overview

Wall Street Horizon, a TMX company, has spent the past 20 years focused solely on providing the most accurate corporate event data in the industry. With this exclusive focus, the company has optimized its process of collecting, analyzing and verifying forward-looking corporate event information for 11,000+ publicly traded companies worldwide.

Curated Data Collection Methodology

Wall Street Horizon continually monitors multiple primary sources of corporate event data, including press releases, company websites, SEC filings and corporate IR information. Our process leverages proprietary algorithms for information gathering, combined with the human touch, which includes proactive outreach of over 50,000 times per year to corporate IR officers by our staff of in-house experienced analysts. The result is systematic, spot-on collection of event dates and content. Our data is 100% compliant and are happy to provide our detailed compliance statement upon request. Contact us here.

Corporate body language

Wall Street Horizon corporate event data helps traders read the non-financial cues. Wall Street Horizon pioneered the notion of corporate body language that includes the signals public company executives relay to the market in their actions.

The Company is now advancing their research with new intelligence into what earnings date has been confirmed and when, providing the most insight available into the full quarterly earnings window. Our new product Confirmation Timing explores how the timing of a confirmation date telegraphs information to the market - focusing on company implications when the date occurs outside of its typical range of the same quarter.

Industry awards

Wall Street Horizon, headquartered outside of Boston, MA, is recognized in the financial community as an innovator and leader. Our recent industry citations are included below.

Recent industry accolades for Wall Street Horizon

Corporate Event Data Research

By focusing exclusively on corporate event data since 2003, we have extensive research on volatility inducing corporate event data aimed at institutional traders and investors. We publish corporate event research weekly covering timely and topical event data ranging from earnings announcements and changes to dividend announcement spikes to sector-based investor conference activity.

We also have a library of Wall Street Horizon white papers diving into several facets including use cases of applying corporate event data into trading and risk strategies and independent academic research using event data for backtesting quantitative models.