- Financial portal offering quant tools to small investors
- Reports on over 50,000 global equities and North American ETFs
- Financial news from Euronext, The Wall Street Journal, Thomson Reuters, Yahoo Finance, et al
Overpowered by the rise of the machines in the financial markets, individual stock pickers have retreated. A recent report from JP Morgan estimates that just 10 percent of trading volume today can be attributed to fundamental discretionary traders (http://ibn.fm/JRVgb). Deploying powerful algorithmic strategies, institutional investors have routed small investors and driven them from the field. The decimation of the individual investor community has been relatively rapid. “50 years ago, some 90 per cent of stocks on the New York Stock Exchange were held by individuals trading on their own account,” according to the Financial Times. If this trend continues, the demise of the small investor is imminent. However, reports of that death may be greatly exaggerated, since tech company AnalytixInsight Inc. (TSX.V: ALY) (OTCQB: ATIXF) is providing the small guy with the same arsenal of tools wielded by large individual funds. The company has developed proprietary, machine-learning technology to help individual investors research and invest, giving small investors their own personal quant machine.
Available on its own dedicated website, AnalytixInsight’s flagship product, CapitalCube.com, is a financial portal that provides comprehensive analysis, including on-demand fundamental research, portfolio evaluation and screening tools on over 50,000 global equities and North American ETFs (Exchange-Traded Funds). CapitalCube generates investment ideas by providing in-depth analysis, peer-to-peer performance evaluations, accounting and earnings reports, dividend strength and AI-supported information about likely corporate actions such as dividend changes, share buybacks and acquisitions.
The CapitalCube control panel displays a mix of tables and text on each security selected. At the top, appears the appreciation (or fall) in the security over one month and one year expressed as a percentage; its 52-week price range; its fundamental score and the dividend quality store (if applicable), among other measures. Below the tables, an overview and interpretation of the numbers is set out. This means that, unlike Google Finance or Yahoo Finance, CapitalCube does not simply throw numbers at the investor but articulates their meaning in simple language.
For example, an analysis of Facebook stock using CapitalCube turns up some interesting metrics. Facebook’s ‘fundamental score’ (determined by proprietary algorithms) is 81, above average since the peer median is 50. Its current price-to-book ratio of 5.42 is about median in its peer group, and, despite its relatively high returns, the company’s growth expectations are limited. There’s a lot more data available. CapitalCube offers pronouncements on Facebook’s capital investment and debt levels, return on assets, profit margins, changes in its price-earnings ratio and a host of other areas.
The site offers three subscription options. Free access that provides basic financial information is available on signup. For individual investors, expanded access to quant tools is available for $24.99 per month or $249.00 per year. Its premium package, offering detailed reports on companies, is available for $299.00 per month or $2,999.00 annually.
The CapitalCube portal also publishes 3,000 articles daily and has multi-language capabilities. Content partners include Africa Investor, Euronext NV, The Wall Street Journal, Thomson Reuters and Yahoo Finance.
In February 2018, AnalytixInsight was named a ‘Top 10 Technology Company’ on the TSX (Toronto Stock Exchange) Venture Exchange 50 (http://ibn.fm/7zVK6). According to CEO and Chairman Prakash Hariharan, this recognition reflects the company’s several accomplishments during 2017. These include the acquisition of Euclides Technologies, the advancement of the joint venture with Intesa Sanpaolo to launch the Marketwall mobile trading app, the posting of record revenues and the attainment of operating profitability targets during the third quarter.
The company plans to present at the MicroCap Conference on April 9-10 in New York City at Essex House (http://ibn.fm/on8sV).
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.AnalytixInsight.com
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