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Get Started in 5 Easy Steps

Learn the Dashboard

Learn the Dashboard

When you log into EDGE, you see all your portfolios arranged in the Dashboard alphabetically. We create 12 for you automatically – eleven sectors, plus the FAANGs, the big Tech stocks. This way you can see the WHOLE market and how money is moving by observing Market Structure Sentiment and Short Volume trends. Rising Sentiment shows what sectors money is flowing into. The best scenario is Rising Sentiment, falling Short Volume.

You can add tickers you like, or use our search criteria, and even create dynamic portfolios based on your parameters.

Create Portfolios

Create Portfolios

Create Portfolios

Create Portfolios

You can add tickers you like, or use our search criteria, and even create dynamic portfolios based on your parameters.

Understand Entries & Exits

Understand Entries & Exits

The linchpin of EDGE is understanding entries and exits. All stocks at all times are somewhere along a continuum of waxing and waning demand. That’s what Market Structure Sentiment shows. The more time stocks spend over 5.0, the better they tend to do, and these cycles change every 5-10 days. Whatever stocks you like, buy them when Sentiment is rising, and sell before Sentiment reverts to the mean. That’s how to capture gains.

Use Profiler, our back-testing engine, to examine what happens when any stock you’d like to trade rises over 5.0 and returns there, or ticks up, or moves from 1.0 to 10.0. You can mix and match these criteria as signals to enter or exit – but keep it simple. First establish clear probability that rising Sentiment produces near-term gains. Then you can worry about when to leave. It may be in just a few days as Short Volume rises.

Backtest Your Data

Backtest Your Data

Backtest Your Data

Backtest Your Data

Use Profiler, our back-testing engine, to examine what happens when any stock you’d like to trade rises over 5.0 and returns there, or ticks up, or moves from 1.0 to 10.0. You can mix and match these criteria as signals to enter or exit – but keep it simple. First establish clear probability that rising Sentiment produces near-term gains. Then you can worry about when to leave. It may be in just a few days as Short Volume rises.

Manage Overall Risk

Manage Overall Risk

Last, we must always manage overall risk. Broad Market Sentiment, atop your Dashboard and accessible on the left from inside your portfolios, shows us how Market Structure Sentiment for the whole market moves from Overbought to Oversold. When Sentiment has peaked, reduce your general exposure to equities and when it bottoms, increase it. Weak tops – Sentiment struggles to rise over 6.0 – can be harbingers of meaningful pullbacks, so be ready.

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FAQ

A: It’s the core predictive EDGE metric for entries and exits in any stock or sector, and the whole market. In short, it’s a ten-point mathematical scale, metering how the market and its components move from over-loved to under-loved – Overbought to Oversold.

A: You can use our queries for creating portfolios. HOWEVER, it’s vital to understand that you can use whatever you want for idea-generation. Market Structure Sentiment™, our key metric, will help you.

A: Backtest your data with Profiler. Sell when the data shows supply is becoming larger than demand. Use Market Sentiment™, the key predictive tool, to pinpoint optimal entries and exits.

A: Entries and Exits are mathematical places on a ten-point scale where stocks tend to either rise or stop rising. You want to buy when stocks have a higher probability of rising, and sell before they have a higher probability of falling.

A: Our measure, Market Structure Sentiment™, is quantitative and has nothing to do with the views of analysts or any fundamental factor. It reflects supply of and demand for stocks. On our 10-point scale, levels above 5.0 signal more demand than supply, and vice versa. The whole market trades between 4.0 and 6.0 most times, meaning it’s Overbought above 6.0 and Oversold below 4.0.

Pricing

Pro Monthly

$99/month

  • Largest 3,000 US Equities
  • Market Structure Sentiment™
  • EDGE Sentiment Profiler
  • Data visualizations
  • Live Support

Pro Yearly

$899/year

  • Largest 3,000 US Equities
  • Market Structure Sentiment™
  • EDGE Sentiment Profiler
  • Data visualizations
  • Live Support

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