ETFLogic also provides alternative datasets which are derived from our proprietary calculations and technology to produce ready-to-go processed data analytics. Below you will find a brief description of our main alt-data and derivative data products. Typical use-cases range from systematic and quant-driven strategies, actionable signals for tactical trading to monitoring for pre-trade analysis, investment due-diligence and risk measurement.
Daily, single stock flow alpha signals for 3000+ US tickers due to ETF primary market activity. Incorporates creation, redemption and rebalancing activity. Use case: Systematic trading signal or individual stock flow monitoring. History: 5+ years of backfilled history. 1+ year of daily generated history.
Our FMD signal also exists for the Japan market – where we produce daily signals on 1000+ Japanese single stock equities. History begins in April 2018.
Sector scores in S-FMD are aggregated from the FMD data described above. Features are scored across 11 US sectors. Use case: Sector flow visualization and monitoring, sector rotation strategies, tactical risk management.
EFF - ETF Fundamental Financial Statement Features - based on the latest company financial statements
ETFLogic’s ETF Fundamental Features (EFF) produces a set of 23 daily features for over 500 US-Listed ETFs. The ETF universe is constrained to US equity funds. The features are backwards-looking fundamental single-stock metrics that are averaged up to the ETF using our basket weights database. The fundamental metrics are balance-sheet, income statement and cash-flow ratios such as Debt-To-Equity, Price-to-Sales and Quick Ratios. Each feature in the dataset incorporates the latest underlying fundamentals as reported to the SEC and is normalized for different accounting standards. History: 5+ years
ETFLogic’s ETF Earnings Estimates (EEE) produces earnings estimate features for over 500 US-Listed ETFs. These estimates are generated daily and incorporate the latest consensus estimates which, in turn, are generated from the most recent equity analyst P/E forecasts. The ETF universe is constrained to US equity funds. The features are forwards-looking PE ratios that are averaged up to the ETF using our basket weights database. History: 5+ years
Daily risk factor exposures file for all US listed ETFs, comprised of close to 100 different factors from our proprietary factor database. Use cases: portfolio optimization, ranking and qualitative description of ETFs, monitoring style drift & visualization for “style box” analysis. History: 5+ years
Labeling and taxonomy grouping of US listed ETFs based on their qualitative and quantitative characteristics. Use Cases: descriptive statistics, monitoring. Example: EWJ and HEWJ are both Japan-focused ETFs but would fall into different groups because one has a currency-hedged component.
ETFLogic’s platform metrics, TruCost and TruLiquidity, are also available in an easy-to-parse daily file. TruCost is a 5-star ranking that calculates the lower of ETF and basket costs and makes a comparison to peer ETFs. TruLiquidity considers basket implied liquidity using market impact cost (share volume, volatility, urgency), creation fees, redemption fees, regional taxes and stamp duties. We generate daily cost runs for US listed ETFs and provide highlights on recent ETF block trades versus fair-value, primary trading volumes, etc. Use case: pre-trade, due-diligence, market monitoring.
Microstructure Tickdata Features - ETF analytics on US Trades and Quotes data for investment screening and due-diligence
Trade and quote analytics across daily, weekly, monthly time ranges. Calculation examples are average bid-ask spread, average spread at time of day (morning, midday, afternoon), top-of-book average sizes, top-of-book exchanges, exchanges at top % of time, large trade monitoring, NAV vs Close metrics. Use case: ETF screening, monitoring, pre-trade and due-diligence reports.
Not all ESG ETFs are created equally. We use Arabesque ESG ratings on global single stocks and percolate these ratings up to the global-equity ETFs. These ratings provide overall ESG scores and highlight individual warning flags for constituent stocks. The Arabesque methodology and ratings definitions can be found online.