Posts filed under “Quantitative”

Stocks Breaking Down on Volume

My partner Kevin sends me a reminder this morning that "When the markets break down investors look for alternative ways to make money such as short selling."

Below is a daily list that FusionIQ generates highlighting stocks that have broken down on significant volume, typically a sign of large institutional selling.

We use these as a source of Shorting ideas . . .
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Table courtesy of Fusion IQ

The next release of Fusion (2.0) will be out after Labor Day. 2.0 has many new features and user interface improvements, including a highly customizable home page. 

We may set up another free trial again if there is any interest.

Category: Markets, Quantitative, Short Selling, Trading

Adding Alpha to Portfolios

Category: Quantitative, Technical Analysis, Trading

Understanding How to Analyze Market Metrics

Category: Dividends, Earnings, Investing, Markets, Quantitative

Lehman Brothers $20 Price Target Complete

Category: Quantitative, Short Selling, Trading

Visualizing Data

Category: Mathematics, Quantitative, Technical Analysis

Half Empty? No Such Thing!

Category: Data Analysis, Psychology, Quantitative

The Recession Buy Indicator

Category: Contrary Indicators, Economy, Investing, Markets, Psychology, Quantitative

Fusion IQ Podcast

Category: Podcast, Quantitative, Weblogs

Global Warming Denialists: We Suck at Math Also!

Category: Politics, Quantitative, Science, Technical Analysis

Barrons Review: Is the Magic back at Disney?

Category: Contrary Indicators, Corporate Management, Financial Press, Quantitative, Technical Analysis, Valuation