Empirasign Blog: Recent Posts
Quick Email SearchJuly 13, 2012
Our new Email Search tool allows you to quickly access information about bonds embedded in an email message. Simply copy and paste an email or Bloomberg message into the Raw Email Message textbox on our Email Search page and hit the Parse Email Msg button.
Example Screenshot of a Bloomberg Message:
Screeenshot of message pasted into Raw Email Message tab (before parsing):
In the Highlighted Message tab (as shown below), you'll see a parsed version of the pasted email, with CUSIPs and tickers highlighted. Click on one of these highlighted identifiers to do a quick search on the selected bond. A pop-up will appear displaying information regarding appearances on past BWICs and inventory offer sheets, as well as a link to the bond's complete trade history. In addition, you can perform a Bulk Search to get BWIC and inventory information about all the bonds in the email message.
The Email Search tool also runs a query to match the bonds in the message with bonds for the current day's BWICs. Below the highlighted message and the Bulk Search button, you'll find the results of this search, with links to matched BWICs.
Portfolio UploadJuly 9, 2012
Now you can upload multiple bonds directly into a portfolio. Simply copy and paste two columns from Excel (cusips and portfolio name) into the add box at the bottom of the portfolio page. As before, you can still simply add cusips and assign the bonds to portfolios later. Both upload methods are illustrated on the portfolio page and in the screenshot below. Whenever an uploaded bond appears on BWIC Alert message, its portfolio name will also be displayed in the alert. Never call the wrong client again.
Empirasign Referral ProgramMay 17, 2012
Whenever you make a referral that leads to a new customer for Empirasign, your site will be allocated one free web user for six months. Take a few moments to fill out the the referral form.
Market Data Upload ToolMay 8, 2012
Use our new Upload Tool to quickly and easily upload multiple document-based (Excel or PDF) Market Data files. Just click on the Select Files button to get started. After you have selected the files you want us to index, just click on the Upload Files button. We'll take it from there. Of course, the tried and true method of emailing us Market Data at firstname.lastname@example.org remains in effect.
Link to Upload Tool Page: www.empirasign.com/contribute
TRACE Reported Customer Buying and Selling ActivityApril 23, 2012
How to interpret the charts:
Each day's customer trading volume as reported to TRACE is plotted as point. The five most recent trade dates in the charted range are rendered in red. Customer buying volume is measured on the X axis. Customer selling volume is measured on the Y axis. A day where customer buying and selling is in balance will be represented as point falling on the 45 degree line as show in green in the screenshot above. A period of heavy selling will show as most points appearing in the upper left region of the chart. Conversely, a period dominated by customer buying will be represented by most points falling in the lower right portion of the chart. Mouse over any point to see the trade date and total volume (Customer Buys, Customer Sales, and Dealer to Dealer Trades). As an outlier removal process, only Principal and Interest Trades are plotted. No IO/PO activity is charted.
Plotted ranges can be configured. Raw data is displayed in tabular form below the charts and can be exported to a CSV by clicking on the Excel icon (login required).
Link to page: www.empirasign.com/buysell
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