Can Predictive Data Revolutionize Capital Markets?

Can Predictive Data Revolutionize Capital Markets?

Can Predictive Data Revolutionize Capital Markets?

For investors around the world, the information age presents a double-edged sword. On one hand, all this data can be harnessed to make intelligent and timely investment decisions. However, with data growing at exponential rates, this also means that there is a lot of noise – and finding the right signal can be like looking for a needle in a haystack. Today’s infographic from Mergalim shows how the power of predictive data analytics is growing, and using tools like AI and Bayesian inference to anticipate the outcome of events before they happen is more feasible and applicable than ever.

The Big Data Landscape

Before we get into predictive analytics, let’s look at what investors are up against in the first place. Volume: The rate of data creation is accelerating so fast, that in 2017 there will be more data created than the previous 5,000
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