Could the number of people visiting a company’s Wikipedia page predict the company’s stock price?
What about the number of times a company is mentioned in a popular investing channel on Reddit? Or the amount the company is spending on corporate lobbying? Would knowing whether members of Congress have been buying or selling a certain stock help you decide whether to do the same?
Christopher and James Kardatzke think so, and they’re out to make that information accessible and affordable to the average investor. The 22-year-old Madison twins are the founders of Quiver Quantitative, a financial technology startup providing data through a combination of free and paid services.