Charts & tools to track and exploit financial market anomalies!
One of the most difficult aspects of investing is generating a trading idea that is both investable and profitable. We support you in this process by offering proprietary timing tools and indicators to track the time-series momentum, the cross-sectional momentum and the smart/dumb money effect across different markets in a highly systematic and convenient way. This service is dedicated to experienced investors only, who are in search of highly profitable trading ideas beyond the typical mainstream-driven news feed.
One of the most difficult aspects of investing is generating a trading idea that is investable and profitable!
All proprietary indicators are designed to track a specific anomaly of the S&P 500!
Unique and proven market indicators form the bedrock of WallStreetcourier.com. All indicators are designed to track a specific anomaly of the S&P 500. This includes over 50 proprietary indicators, measuring the prevailing time-series momentum of the S&P 500 and of all U.S.-listed stocks on an aggregated basis, plus the investment behavior of different kinds of investors (smart and dumb money). Each indicator….
Designed to identify relative-, directional and non-directional trade ideas!
A key requirement for benefitting from the substantial academic evidence is to use appropriate momentum scoring tools to measure these anomalies correctly for a wider range of assets. To put these findings into practice, we provide two ETF Momentum Heat Maps capturing both the time-series as well as the cross-sectional momentum within one chart. Both Heat Maps can be utilized to identify highly profitable directional and non-directional trade opportunities. Directional trades …
Futures Trader? Get all the tools you need!
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) provides inside information about purchases and sales of futures contracts. The largest players in each market are required to disclose their positions to the CFTC on a daily basis and this report is released on a weekly basis. These traders are separated into Commercial Hedgers, Small Traders and Large Speculators (aka Managed Money/Large Traders). In 2012, Moskowitz, Ooi and Pedersen have shown that large traders trade with time series momentum, being positioned, on average, to take advantage of the positive trend …