Big Data

Investing in The Metaverse with Event Streaming

They say an average human driver needs about half a second to react to an unexpected event while driving. “In athletics, anything under a tenth of a second is considered unhuman and therefore a false start.” That’s according to a study by Sky Sports that measured F1 driver Nico Hulkenberg’s reaction time at less than […]

Real-Time Data Analytics and The Metaverse

One of tech’s biggest news stories coming out of 2021 would be Facebook’s rebrand to “Meta.” Like Google, it’s likely that nobody will adhere to that new name, but everyone sure took note of the strategic direction change towards the metaverse. The Web 3.0 / creator economy / DiFi crowd quickly attached themselves to the […]

Pagaya Stock Uses AI to Power Asset-Backed Securities

About three months ago, we revisited a fintech company called Upstart (UPST) after its stock price went soaring. In our previous article on the company, which uses artificial intelligence to analyze loan applications, we decided there was way too much risk and volatility to jump onto the IPO, despite the impressive growth story. What goes […]

Splunk Stock Forecast: Calm With a Chance of Volatility

Unless you’ve served time in some of America’s toughest corporations, you probably won’t know what the food chain looks like. At the very top of the hierarchy sits the Board Of Directors (BOD), a group of people who are elected to represent the interests of shareholders. Heading up this group of people is the Chairman […]

Informatica Stock: Same Same, But Different

The finance industry can be as fascinating as it is boring. A prop trader in Canary Wharf will have a very different experience in the finance industry than a back-office manager in Mumbai. Peel back the layers of the finance onion and you’ll come across many innovative methods of making a living, some getting less […]

Definitive Healthcare Stock: Commercial Intelligence SaaS

It’s easy to understand why the market assigns a premium to software-as-a–service (SaaS) business models. Typically, such companies have a broad customer base with no single customer accounting for more than a small fraction of revenues. They’re usually high-growth companies where the more customers brought on board, the higher the margins. And most importantly, they […]

Fivetran: Extract, Load, and Transform

There’s nothing worse than being famous and having your tumultuous love life on display for a bunch of shallow muppets to critique. So, have you heard the news? Yesterday, Elon Musk semi-separated with Grimes – that loco-looking tattooed chick that totally wasn’t his type. The key takeaway is that he can now spend an extra […]

What Does Databricks Do and Why Should Investors Care?

Nanalyze has been writing about big data since, well, it became big. While the term has been around since the 1990s, it really hit the big time about 10 years ago. It refers to extremely large and unwieldy datasets, which can be analyzed to reveal patterns or trends, often related to human behavior. Big data […]

Alteryx Stock is Dropping, But No Need to Worry

Even seasoned investors confuse stock price movements with the quality of the underlying business. We may say to avoid a stock because we don’t believe the business model is economically viable. When the stock doubles the next day because some chump on Reddit decided to manipulate it, people are quick to say “see, you were […]

7 Synthetic Data Companies for Training AI Models

Last year, we opted to exit our position in Appen (APX.AX), an Australian company whose core business involves annotating and labeling training data for AI models. It turned out to be a good decision: Appen has lost nearly -70% in the last year, compared to +38% for the NASDAQ during that time. Our main argument […]