The Trade Desk (TTD) stock rose +32% in one day on positive news the advertising company would be returning capital to shareholders. Following the LevelFields alert, the share price rose 26%.
At 6:01am ET February 15, 2023, digital advertising company The Trade Desk (TTD) announced it would be returning capital to shareholders.
LevelFields sent an email alert on the event to its members, notifying them of the company's announcement at 06:30 ET. The stock rose steadily over the course of the day from there, hitting a high price after market close.
LevelFields' AI reads and analyzes 30,000 documents per minute, scanning the financial publications and company announcements every minute of every day to locate market moving information about thousands of stocks.
The news covered the event over the course of the day and the days that followed. But LevelFields members were able to learn of the event before most of the market and profit from that knowledge.
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