Natick, MA, November 16, 2015 – Deltix, a leading provider of software and services for quantitative research, algorithmic and automated systematic trading, announced today the results of their recent research that tested whether earnings announcement date revisions for S&P 500 stocks can be used to predict future stock prices in a manner that can be profitably traded.
A summary of the research methodology and results can be found here.
A copy of the research report can be downloaded HERE.
The research concludes that positive returns can be achieved by trading with earnings date revision signals derived from Wall Street Horizon data. Wall Street Horizon, a provider of accurate and timely corporate event dates and information, is the only company that could provide an historical record of earnings date changes.
Additionally, the results supported previous academic research on the topic and found that:
“We look forward to sharing the details of this research with our clients as we are convinced there is money that can be made with a trading strategy built around earnings date changes,” said Ilya Gorelik, founder and CEO of Deltix. “I would also like to thank Wall Street Horizon for providing us with data sets that made this study possible.”
Deltix is a leading provider of software and services for quantitative research, algorithmic and automated systematic trading. Deltix software enables a complete straight through processing environment for the development and deployment of closely-integrated alpha generation and/or execution strategies. Deltix has won nine industry awards since 2012 and was most recently recognized as the “Best Complex Event Processing (CEP) Platform” in November 2014. Deltix is headquartered in Natick, Massachusetts, and has offices in New York, Minsk and St. Petersburg, Russia. For more information, please visit http://www.deltixlab.com