Now anyone can access the same data used by Wall St. insiders, hedge funds, and professional traders.
Disruptive Dark Data (DDD) provides a big data analytics services for consumers, traders, investors, institutions, and programmers.
DDD1 – Deep Whale - Insider trading activity, 13F fund data
DDD2 – Stock Short Sellers, Borrow rates, Net Open Short positions
DDD3 – Pre IPO - "Hot List" of Pre IPO companies
DDD5 – Money Supply and other Fed data
“If we knew what were doing it wouldn’t be called research.” - Albert Einstein
The dark web is simply non-public - it's not private. Markets provide lots of public data such as pricing, you can get the price of a stock from Google. Hedge funds and other institutions file reports on their public market positions via 13F - this is an example of 'dark' data. Dark data is not private data.
From a number of sources including government regulators, self-regulatory organizations or SROs, exchanges, data vendors, and by searching/crawling.
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