StratoDem Analytics in the news

StratoDem Analytics is frequently contacted by leading news organizations about our strategy, research, and predictive analytics work, and we’ve listed some of the stories below. If you’re a member of the media looking for insight from StratoDem Analytics, please feel free to contact us with this page or call 617.939.9898. Please also note that we encourage journalists referring to work reported in other articles to feel free to contact us for fact checking.

The Southeast may be the most attractive area of the country for leveraging opportunity funds for senior housing. Four of the top five U.S. senior living opportunity zones are in the region, according to research from Stratodem Analytics, a real estate data science firm. Those markets are:

  • Arlington, Virginia
  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Miami, Florida
  • Fairfax, Virginia

The other top senior housing opportunity zone market is Brooklyn, New York.

As a technical review of a StratoDem Analytics data science package, this article from quantitative investment manager Man AHL gives a review of a selection of the current options and poses the question - “what would an ideal JavaScript dataframe look like?

Written by Vallejo Times-Herald in September 2017

Stats show Vallejo area in top 1 percent in economic growth nationally

The Vallejo area landed in the top 1 percent of metro regions for growth in 2016, according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, which released its Gross Metropolitan Product data for metros across the country on Wednesday. This came as no surprise to analysts from StratoDem Analytics, who said they already knew this because the firm generates “now-cast” data as of the latest month, company officials said.

Written by Sarasota Herald-Tribune in September 2017

Sarasota-Manatee economic growth outpaces nation

Sarasota-Manatee finished among the nation’s “top regions” last year for gross metropolitan product last year, the regionalized version of GDP, said James Chung of StratoDem Analytics, which analyzed the data.

“But here’s the extra good news for Sarasota-Bradenton: While the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis won’t release 2017 data for another 12 months, our analysis indicates that the GMP for 2017 year-to-date shows that Sarasota-Bradenton is one of the few maintaining that pace, with 4.5 percent annual growth so far in 2017,” he said.