2020 has been a year unlike any other. Amidst the confusion and uncertainty, we at MayStreet have aimed to be a reliable, valued partner for our clients. And so, much of this year has been spent not only expanding our offerings and coverage, but also the information we provide around them.
As part of effort, we launched a new website in May that better demonstrates the range of solutions we offer to accommodate the data needs of participants from regulators to quantitative analysts. We’ve enhanced the content we provide – for instance, Patrick Flannery’s proposal for modernizing the SIPs published in the last two months – as a big goal for 2020 has been to provide more of what you need to make better informed decisions around your purchase of market data.
To that end, we are pleased to announce today a further enhancement to our website whereby we’ve added some useful new resources – a full list of MayStreet’s market coverage and a visualization engine. Found under the “Resources” tab on our website, these tools achieve the following:
Market Coverage: A comprehensive, easy-to-access list of the high-quality market data feeds we provide, grouped by region and product. We are rapidly adding coverage globally across asset classes and are always looking to deliver the data our clients need as quickly as possible. We outlined our plans in our MayStreet Roadmap blog post last month, but don’t hesitate to reach out if there are any data sets you would like to see on our list.
Visualization Engine: Designed to transform data into more digestible formats, the visualization engine is an interactive platform that allows you to explore and analyze volume and message traffic across the US options and equities market.
We are always looking for ways to best serve our clients. If you have any suggestions or comments on how we can better do so, we’d love to hear from you. To stay up to date on the latest updates and announcements, follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.
— Naftali Cohen, Chief Revenue Officer