Why I-Feed?

The rise of the internet and variety of social media have produced humongous amount of unstructured data: news, blogs, Twitter… the glut of data makes reading everything an impossible task. Meanwhile, emotion and psychology influence trading and investment decisions, causing people to behave in an unpredictable or irrational way.

For example, traders and investment professionals only want to focus on signals derived from price data, but in fact they need confront with the humongous amount of noise produced by newspapers, blogs and social media. Is there any tools can help them extract valuable information from vast data so that they can spend only 10% of time on reading, and use 90% of time for judgment and make decisions?

I-Feed offers structured real-time sentiment data which processed by our engine. Financial Sentiment, Trading Sentiment, Reputation Sentiment, Market risk sentiment index, stock analysis data, Sentiment Indicator…  I-Feed can offer all data what you need. 

What is I-Feed?

I-Feed is InfoTrie’s standard or bespoke real-time low latency sentiment feed at the core of FinSentS.

This FinSentS API returns news sentiment data for 50,000+ stocks (listed or unlisted) major FX,  commodities or topics/people… tracked by the InfoTrie sentiment engine.

Up to 15 years of tick by tick and/or daily time series can be provided for any asset class. Historical data can be downloaded on demand. Delivery can be made by mail / FTP / real-time feed (csv/json/xml).

And you can subscribe to our API directly.

Please refer to our static data user guide for more information, and our API Help.

How I-feed Works?

Currently, we offer the following APIs: Sentiment History (Company & Index), Articles (Company & Index), Leaders And Laggers, Graph Data, Index and News Cloud. 

1.Sentiment History (Company)

Equity news sentiment for smarter investment decisions. News Sentiment is derived from millions of web sources.

Equity news sentiment history aggregated by major stock index.

This FinSentS API returns News Sentiment data for 50,000+ stocks (listed or unlisted).

It covers around:

  • 15,000 North American stocks
  • 8,000 European stocks
  • 4,000 Japanese stocks
  • 14,000 Asian stocks excluding Japan
  • 3,000 Australia / New Zealand stocks
 2.Sentiment History (Index)

Equity news sentiment for smarter investment decisions. News Sentiment is derived from millions of web sources. Equity news sentiment history aggregated by major stock index.

3. Articles (Company)

Offers all details of articles (news, blogs) with mention of a company.

4. Articles (Index)

Offers all details of articles (news, blogs) with mention of the index or the stocks composing the index.

5. Leaders And Laggers

For a given index, this API shows the stocks with the most negative or positive sentiment scores.

6. Graph Data

Graph data API provides an exhaustive data structure for an index or a topic. Can be used for instance to build treemaps.

7. Index

This API provides a list of stock indexes setup on the system. Index Id can then be reused in other API calls.

Portfolio of stocks representing a portion of the overall market.

8. News Cloud

Cluster of tags and related articles aggregated by company id or index id. Quickly search for being early movers in the fiercely competitive era.

By using this API, you can search and find any company you are concerned.

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HOW is I-Feed UNIQUE?

Tens of millions of articles analysed

Analyzing huge number of articles is the guarantee of databases’ quantity and quality. InfoTrie’s engine uses premium data sources to process data fast and reliably.

Real-time / tick by tick data

InfoTrie ‘s engine collects and analyzes huge amounts of sources fast and accurately to provide structured data and analysis in real time.

More than 15 years of history data

In the big data era, data = money. InfoTrie has more than 15 years’ history sentiment and buzz data for meeting different requirements.

Indexes:

  • Sector/industry
  • Commodity, FX, ETFs
  • Political,  country risk
  • Macroeconomic
  • Fear, greed, anger, happiness