Posts filed under “Data Analysis”

86 Years of U.S. Stock Market History

Zoom in for details.

Source: Equius Partners

Category: Data Analysis, Investing, Markets

How Is Winter Weather Affecting Home Sale Data?

Source: Calculated Risk   I have heard a fair amount of chatter about the awful winter weather’s impact on home sales. Let’s clarify the different measures in use for New and Existing Home Sales to see what we can find. U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development jointly release the…Read More

Category: Data Analysis, Real Estate

What NBA Teams Should You Bet On ?

Source: Know More

Category: Data Analysis, Digital Media, Sports, Weekend

What Does NYC’s Top 1% Look lIke?

click for larger table Source: IBO, Crains     Continues here

Category: Data Analysis, Wages & Income

How Americans Die

Click for an interactive slideshow or scroll down. Source: Bloomberg Visual Data

Category: Data Analysis, Digital Media

Jobs Recovery

click for larger graphic Source: Calculated Risk     Have a look at the chart above, via Calculated Risk. It aligns the depths of all eleven post WW2 recessions, showing how long it took them to recover all of the jobs lost. The outlier is the 2007-09 contraction, which according to the chart above, is…Read More

Category: Data Analysis, Digital Media, Employment

Big Data in Finance: Sentiment-extraction from News

Using big data in finance: Example of sentiment-extraction from news articles Nitish Sinha FEDS Notes, March 26, 2014     There is much discussion and research in finance on using “big data” to understand market “sentiment.” In this note, I will draw on some of my own research in behavioral finance–Sinha (2010) and Heston and…Read More

Category: Data Analysis, Federal Reserve, Sentiment

Where Would Winter Temperatures Place Your City in the US?

Source: AccuWeather

Category: Data Analysis, Digital Media, Science

74 Months to Employment Recovery (and counting)

click for larger graphic Source: NYT   Floyd Norris discusses an upcoming milestone: A full recovery in employment to numerical (but not percentage) employment in the US: “This seems likely to be the month when a new high is finally reached, ending a period that featured the largest drop in employment and the slowest recovery…Read More

Category: Data Analysis, Employment

Machine Learning and Big Data


Source: Robot Economics


Source: Robot Economics

Category: Data Analysis, Technology, Video