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Equities

Using powerful, cutting edge pattern recognition technology, EidoSearch provides Equity Traders, Analysts, Portfolio Managers and Strategists with the ability to project return and trend expectations for thousands of stocks, based on decades of history — all within seconds. more

Futures & FX

EidoSearch is a critical new tool for CTA's, Futures Traders and any research professional or asset manager investing in the pattern driven Futures and FX Markets. Our technology allows investors to do powerful searches on current and historical trends, and to look across asset classes to project returns and rapidly answer critical questions that were essentially unanswerable in the past. more

Global Macro

EidoSearch is a revolutionary technology that looks at current and historical Global Macro trends to quickly answer the questions: When has this happened before and what was the outcome? Our pattern recognition software can take this information and look at the linkages across asset classes accurately and efficiently for the first time ever to determine market direction and discover unanticipated relationships. more

Quantitative

EidoSearch provides systematic investors with a powerful new research tool to analyze unique patterns across millions of rows of data, including proprietary data. Quants can also leverage signals, via data export, that generate alpha across a broad range of specified patterns and can be incorporated into existing models. more

 

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Institutional Investor names Jeff Parker, Chairman of EidoSearch, to FinTech 50 List


EidoSearch Chairman of the Board, Jeff Parker, debuts on the 2014 Tech 50 list by Institutional Investor at No. 40. Jeff's history of fintech innovation started when he founded Technical Data and First Call and became CEO of Thomson Financial. For time-series investment and risk analysis, Parker states, "it's all about harnessing the past to predict the future. History always repeats itself in the markets - it's just a question of getting the client to notice that."

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