Analysts will often revise their estimates, but it’s not always clear when those changes were made. Point in Time (PIT) will essentially timestamp each revision made to an estimate. This cuts down on the number of assumptions an investment manager needs to make about the data.
Austin Burkett, global head of quants and feeds at Thomson Reuters, tells WatersTechnology that investment managers want to be able to backtest with data that is un-altered, in an as-was state without corrections applied
Also: Trading Technologies is developing an OMS for the sell side and Orbital Insight is embracing a platform-as-a-service model.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails
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