Fundamental and Trend Analysis at the intersection of investment decisions...
BroadStreetLagos.Com – The collapse of the Nigerian Stock Market in 2008 was driven largely by the lack of structured data and analytics in a queriable format to guide a 4.5m+ investor base, regulators, pension fund managers and market operators. Investing in or regulating markets in an electronic age without data or analytics can no longer be effective.
APL used a scrum planning process to develop BSL over an 8 month period. The site was launched in March of 2009. It represents the assembling of over 1 billion data points on the Nigeria capital market (equities, bonds and unit trusts). These data points can be mined to extract valuable semantic information that can fuel trading algorithms and regulator oversight.