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Whether aiding in activist watch, quantifying market expectations, or gauging short selling indicators, the options market is a vital, yet often misconstrued and underutilized source of information – until now.
This report from Oxford Intelligence Partners unveils the vast amounts of hidden data contained in options trading, and how IROs are benefitting from it.
Oxford Intelligence Partners provides specialized capital markets intelligence, customized analytics, and C-Level reporting to investor relations professionals. By combining a unique team of acclaimed stock surveillance analysts with former options traders, floor specialists and PhD-accredited quantitative technologists, Oxford transforms capital markets information into intelligence. Our proprietary Options Intelligence feature builds upon our premier stock surveillance capabilities to bring the IR Suite a new, deeper and multi-dimensional view of the capital markets. Oxford’s in-depth perspective is far more robust than traditional stand-alone stock surveillance, and helps our clients run a better investor relations program.