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CSPAN
Mar 13, 2017 8:00pm EDT
there are a lot of people in hedge funds looking at satellite images of china, even of the u.s. to figure out is the manufacturing industry in china as strong as they say? are they moving trucks and containers around at the speed they are saying and use this as an indicator i think it is getting better or worse. this is proprietary information. you can certainly say that's a good idea. that's a bad idea but becomes the more pronounced this is private, the highest risk that this is no longer a public good and therefore not inside information to say that just comes with it a whole host of problems if it is something those can get. >> do you worry in retail with the rise of big data there being a real separation between your larger members and smaller members? >> sure? >> the smaller members can't do this? >> yes and back to becky's point. if you look at large retailers, if you look what is happening now with the evolution of consumer spending to the web. retailers can tell you by the second how things are doing, the large ones who track. so from yes, there is disparity with the inpa
CSPAN
Mar 3, 2017 3:03am EST
images of china, even of the u.s., to figure out, is the manufacturing industry in china really as strong as they say, are they moving trucks and containers around at the speeds they're saying, and use this as an indicator for saying, i think it's getting better or worse. this is proprietary information you can buy from a private provider. you can say that's a good idea or bad idea, but it becomes more pronounced that it's private. the higher the risk that this is no belong ar public good. and therefore it is no longer insider information. it brings with it a whole host of problems. david: do you worry in retail about, with the rise of big data, there being a real separation between your larger members and your smaller members? the smaller members just can't do this? >> yes. i think this also goes back to the point about accuracy versus frequency. if you look at large retailers, especially if you look at what's happening now with the evolution of consumer spending to the web, retailers can tell you by the second how things are doing. the large ones who track. so yes, there's some d
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2017 12:48pm EST
lot of people in hedge funds spending time looking at satellite images of china and of the u.s. to figure out is the manufacturing industry in china as strong as they say? they are moving trucks and containers around and use this as an indicator. this is proprietary information you couldn't buy from a private provider. you can say that is a good idea or bad idea but becomes more pronounced that this is private the risk that this is no longer a public good. it is not inside information but just to say that that just comes with a whole host of problems if it is something that those who can afford it can get more information. >> do you worry with the rise of big data about there being a separation between your larger members and smaller members? >> yes. i think this also goes back to the point about accuracy. if you look at large retailers especially if you look at what is happening with the evolution of consumer spending on the web, retailers can tell you by the second how things are doing. so from yes there is disparity between what the large retailer and infrastructure can understa
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)