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Predata Adds Predictive Analytics for US Equities

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Predata, a provider of predictive analytics for geopolitical risk, has released a suite of signals for US equities. The signals quantify online attention to each of the 11 S&P equity sectors, as well as constituent companies and macro themes within sectors. Predata provides signals for asset classes including FX and commodities, but this is its first offering for US equities. Customers can use the out-of-the box signals to inform their perspective on equity sectors, from a macro view of sector themes down to a single company. The Predata platform applies machine learning to transform web traffic data into real-world insights.

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