Stock markets are dynamic organisms. Their movements are influenced by millions of people. These individuals come with unique circumstances, opinions, and preferences which might change for any number of reasons. Each day investors pore over data, parsing it in their own unique ways, creating reasons to buy or sell.
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Data can be an incredibly useful tool. Used correctly, the bits can be turned into information. Once information begins to collect, knowledge could be a byproduct. Atlas downloads data daily and uses it to make objective decisions about the portfolios we manage. Most of the time, however, data tells us the “what” of a story and nearly never tells the “w