What we do
We exploit traceable market inefficiencies in financial markets
What we offer
Achieve outstanding risk-adjusted returns across all market environments
How to use
Easy-to-follow services to build a highly diversified & efficient portfolio
Specialized in providing stock market research focused on exploiting academically well-documented market inefficiencies in financial markets!
Explicit trading recommendation on
the outlook for the S&P 500!
Our research combines a Weekly Technical Market Forecast with precise trading advices dedicated to short-term oriented opportunistic traders, as well as long-term investors focused on capital appreciation. It puts a particularly strong emphasis on exploiting the time-series momentum factor and the smart/dumb money anomaly, both of which work extraordinarily well on a conceptually flawed market-cap index such as the S&P 500.
Outstanding risk-adjusted returns across all market environments!
Adding a strategy that captures the momentum factor in a diversified portfolio leads to significantly higher risk-adjusted returns while reducing short- and medium-term risk. We support you in this endeavor by providing four non-correlated ETF Model Portfolios focused on exploiting the time series and cross-sectional momentum anomaly, as well as the diversification premia via a transparent and systematic investment process.
Chart & tools to track and exploit financial market anomalies!
One of the most difficult aspects of investing is generating a trading idea that is investable as well as 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. Suited for experienced investors searching for highly profitable trading ideas.
Below you can see some examples how our proven and tested indicators will immediately improve your timing and will give you the competitive trading edge!
Have you side-stepped the big bang in 2000? Smart Money did!
Spot every major market turn with this amazing zero lag trend indicator
The ultimate turn-around indicator for swing traders!
Beware the Hindenburg Omen!
Do you have the guts to act contrarian without this indicator?
We rely on input factors with an economic rationale and a large body of evidence stemming from the academic literature
Why it works
According to the efficient market hypothesis, prices should always reflect all available information fully. Therefore, no arbitrage opportunities should exist. However, in the last decade, academic studies have provided evidence of several market anomalies that could be exploited in a highly systematic fashion.
Our core beliefs
We believe that no market is perfectly efficient and that therefore, certain market inefficiencies – the existence and persistence of have been documented by both theoretical and empirical academic evidence – can be exploited in a transparent and rule-based way… learn more
Regional, sectoral and even asset-class correlations are on the rise. Therefore, building a well-diversified portfolio is almost impossible when markets move in unison. Hence, finding low-correlated and also well-performing investment strategies becomes the most important success factor for building financial wealth… learn more
How to use this service?
All our services can provide the perfect source for diversifying your portfolio! … learn more
The term market inefficiency refers to a situation when a security or group of securities performs contrary to the notion of the efficient market theory, where security prices are said to fully reflect all available information at any given point in time.
This week's Technical Market Forecast!
The S&P 500 closed just 2 percent below its all-time high, but … Find Out Now In Our Latest Weekly Market Forecast!
Latest excerpt from our WSC Technical Market Forecast!
U.S. stocks finished the week with gains, whereas the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 managed to snap a three-week losing streak. The Dow Jones Industrial Average booked a 0.9 percent weekly gain to end at 26,816.59. The S&P 500 recorded a weekly climb of 0.6 percent and closed at 2,970.27. The Nasdaq ended the week up 0.9 percent and closed at 8,057.0. Most key S&P sectors ended in positive territory for the week led by materials. Utilities led the decliners. The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), widely considered the best gauge of fear in the market, dropped to 15.6.
From a pure price point of view, the short-term oriented trend of the market ….
- Technical Market Forecast on the outlook for the S&P 500
- 4 ETF Model Portfolios
- 2 Momentum Heat Maps
- Dozens of Timing Indicators (including the SMFI)
- Indicator Dashboard
- Commitment of Traders Charts & Indicators
- Commitment of Traders Dashboard
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