Meat of the Tweet: Using big data solutions to pick stocks (video)


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Meat of the Tweet: Using big data solutions to pick stocks (video)

Last week, Opera Solutions hosted a seminar entitled The Meat of the Tweet: Applying Big Data Analytics to Social Media Data.

For investors, the presentation of Dr. Riza Berkan about his firm Hakia and its investing application, SENSEnews (around 4:30) shouldn’t be missed.

the social media brain appears to be something greater than all the individuals participating in it and we’re just beginning to understand how we can ask questions of it

Watch live streaming video from smw_newyork_google at livestream.com

I’m going to be interviewing SENSEnews for an upcoming show of Tradestreaming Radio.  Keep tuned to listen — should be interesting.

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