Machine vs. man. Investors win.

Every quarter, Wall Street analysts project company earnings. Every day, alpha-DNA utilizes machine learning to study the digital footprints of these companies. Then we compare these digital trajectories to the published projections. Where we find divergence...we find earnings surprises. Our investors win.

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Machine vs. man. Investors win.

Every quarter, Wall Street analysts project company earnings. Every day, alpha-DNA utilizes machine learning to study the digital footprints of these companies. Then we compare these digital trajectories to the published projections. Where we find divergence...we find earnings surprises. Our investors win.

It's about seeing growth - before the competition does

Not predicting it, but seeing it as it happens. Seeing it in such a timely fashion that you can invest in it before corporate headquarters reports quarterly.

A company’s digital footprint makes this possible. Today, every B2B or B2C action produces a direct signal or echo online. Combining such data points generates a trajectory built from past and present patterns. The myriad data sources capturing these actions allow for cleaning and cross-checking.

If a company's digital signal (i.e. change in trajectory) varies from near term market expectations, it's an investment opportunity. We now have enough real market experience to know that these signals work. Repeatedly.

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Targeting winning stocks in 2019 - a look back

January 7, 2020

The 2019 year is over and the inevitable look back articles are all coming out. One of those articles inspired me to do a closer look at our portfolios in 2019. The article here (Seeking alpha article) summarizes the top 50 winners in the S&P 500 from 2019. 

I was curious how many of these stocks we invested in our strategies in 2019 and did we achieve an...

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December Equity Long Short Update

December 18, 2018

Someone recently reminded me of one of my favorite quotes from investment legend Benjamin Graham:

“In the short run, the market is a voting machine but in the long run, it is a weighing machine.”

Never have truer words been spoken! It is easy to remind people to have a long term outlook on the markets and consider the proverbial ‘weight’ of their portfolio – but harder to actually maintain that longer term...

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Market Correction or Beginning of a Bear Market?

November 29, 2018

Is this October/November swoon in the market a ‘garden variety’ correction – meaning it will be short lived? Or is it the beginning of something more sinister for the markets? Is it the beginning of a longer bear market?

This is the number one most debated topic on Financial news networks these days. The short sellers have been out in force trying to drum up interest in the potential for further malaise. While the more traditional asset managers that are...

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