Quiver Quantitative

Data Sources

Learn more about where we're pulling our data, and what it all means.

Senate Trading

The Stock Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act requires members of U.S. Congress to publicly file and disclose any financial transaction within 45 days of its occurrence. We download those disclosures and parse them for stock trades.

Our "Trading Performance" graph is an attempt to estimate the performance of trades by each member of Senate. It does this by assuming they started office with no holdings, and each buy/sell is a new long/short position, weighted by the size of the transaction.

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House Trading

The Stock Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act requires members of U.S. Congress to publicly file and disclose any financial transaction within 45 days of its occurrence. We download those disclosures and parse them for stock trades.

Our "Trading Performance" graph is an attempt to estimate the performance of trades by each member of House. It does this by assuming they started office with no holdings, and each buy/sell is a new long/short position, weighted by the size of the transaction.

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Government Contracts

USASpending.gov is the official open data source of federal spending information. Using their API, we are able to track government contracts with publicly traded companies down to a transaction.

The visualizations and table on this dashboard only show new contracts, not payments or modifications to existing contracts. The dollar amounts are based on the total dollars obligated from each contract.

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Corporate Lobbying

The Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 requires lobbyists in the United States to disclose information about their activities, such as their clients, which issues they are lobbying on, and how much they are being paid. We scrape this data and map it to stock tickers, to track which companies are spending money for legislative influence.

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Inflation

Our inflation dashboard looks at historical inflation, along with GlobalPrediction's predicted future inflation for several major countries.

Our "inflation risk score" measures the correlation between each stock's price changes and historical inflation. This allows investors to measure which stocks are more likely to be effected by positive or negative shocks to inflation.

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Patents

We have scraped data on U.S. patents going back to 2018. With our patent dashboard, you can search for patents granted to a specific company, or search for patents that contain a specific keyword in their abstract.

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Reverse Repo

This dashboard tracks reverse repo operations by the U.S. Fed. Click here to learn more about reverse repo operations.

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CNBC Recommendations

This dataset tracks the recommendations made by media personalities on CNBC, and their historical performance. This tracker covers recommendations made on Mad Money, Halftime Report, and Fast Money.

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Fear and Greed Index

This index tracks the relative bullishness or bearishness of discussion on the WallStreetBets forum. When the sentiment of the forum is more negative, it is reflected by a lower index score.

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App Ratings

This dashboard tracks reviews for apps being published on the iOS App Store by public companies, and the ratings included in these reviews. Our proprietary "hype score" is calculated using trends in both the number of reviews and the positivity of these reviews.

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WallStreetBets

WallStreetBets is a community on Reddit where participants discuss stock and option trading. By parsing discussion on this forum, we can track which companies retail investors are mentioning the most, and the sentiment of the discussion around each ticker.

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Corporate Twitter

We have mapped thousands of publicly traded companies to their respective Twitter handles, and track how many people follow them over time. This gives insights into which companies are growing or losing their social media following.

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Wikipedia Pageviews

We have mapped thousands of publicly traded companies to their respective Wikipedia articles and track how many people view their page every day.

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r/Cryptocurrency

r/Cryptocurrency is a community on Reddit where participants discuss cryptocurrency trading. By parsing discussion on this forum, we can track which coins retail investors are mentioning the most, and the sentiment of the discussion around each coin.

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r/SPACs

r/SPACs is a community on Reddit where participants discuss SPACs (special purpose acquisition companies). By parsing discussion on this forum, we can track which tickers are being mentioned, and the sentiment of the discussion around each ticker.

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InvestorsHub

InvestorsHub is an online stock trading community. By parsing discussion on their forums, we can track which stocks are most popular among InvestorsHub users.

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SEC 13D Filings

Schedule 13D is a form that is filed with the SEC when an individual or group acquires more than 5% of any class of a company's equity shares. We scrape these filings, and show the latest insights on this dashboard.

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Risk Factors

Once a year, publicly traded companies issue a comprehensive report of their business, called a 10-K. A component mandated in the 10-K is the ‘Risk Factors’ section, where companies disclose any major potential risks that they may face. This dashboard highlights all major changes and additions in new 10K reports, allowing investors to quickly identify new potential risks and opportunities.

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Insider Tracker

This dashboard allows you to track the historical trades and performance of different "insiders" (including corporate executives, institutional investors, and members of U.S. Congress).

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CEO Compensation

This dashboard tracks the compensation of company CEOs, including their incentives and option awards.

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Port Congestion

This dashboard tracks weekly congestion at various global ports, giving insights into trends in supply chain roadblocks.

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Corporate Flights

When aircraft get their location from a GPS navigation source such as a satellite, they emit a signal containing information on the location of the plane. Third parties are able to pick up this signal, track the path of a plane, and estimate where it is departing from and traveling to. By combining this information with flight registration data, we are able to track the movement of corporate private jets.

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Insider Trading

Corporate insiders are required to disclose purchases or sales of their own stock within two business days of when they occur. Using these disclosures, we collect data on insider trading activity, which can give hints on whether executives are bullish or bearish on their own companies.

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Institutional Holdings

We scrape SEC 13-F filings to find newly disclosed portfolio position changes by institutional investors, along with their most recently reported holdings.

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Stock Splits

This dashboard tracks newly announced stock splits (or stock split proposals). We parse this data by scraping new SEC 8k filings.

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