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Heckyl Sentiment Score Acts as a Leading Indicator for Canadian Stocks

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canadaHeckyl Technologies, a leading news sentiment and market data analytics firm, has conducted a study to highlight how a trader can use sentiment scores to predict impending stock price movement. We have analyzed news sentiment data for 246 Canadian companies listed on Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) from January 2016 to July 2016. On numerous occasions, our sentiment score has acted as a leading indicator for the share price movement of 213 companies or 87% of the total sample size.
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Advanced Unusual Activity screener gives you an edge to catch big moves in market

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To succeed in the today’s market, one must know where big money is flowing. One can stay ahead of crowd by keeping a watch on money flow. A trader can look at major moves in volume, which is an indicator of unusual money flow. It also signals that insiders and fund houses are piling into a stock ahead of major catalyst. Usually, they act well before a large spike and exit when the stock reaches anticipated price level.

A trader can combine trend and price action with unusual volume to decipher the next big trend for a stock. But for options trader, tracking unusual price and volume trend is not adequate. One need to dig deeper into market data to identify unusual activities on wide range of indicators and ratios. However, it would be a daunting task for an individual trader. To help such traders, we have launched advanced Unusual Activity screener.

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Heckyl’s advanced watchlist – your ultimate tool to track stocks, futures and options

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Market presents plenty of trading opportunities in both good and bad times. One can grab such opportunities by accessing reliable market data in real-time. At the same time, one has to make entry and exit at appropriate timing and price levels for pocketing profit. It is, therefore, important to stay alert and keep a watch on the market data. Fortunately, tools such as watchlist are available to monitor stocks.

The last decade has witnessed an exponential increase in digital content generation and rapid technology advancement in finance space. However, most of the brokerage firms were left behind in technological race. As a result, trading platforms used by the most traders are getting outdated in the today’s fast changing world.

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How can a trader exploit untapped open data sets to predict monthly auto sales

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Finding actionable information ahead of others is getting tougher with each passing day. Today, the market captures new information at incredibly high speed. As a result, new updates get factored in stock prices almost instantly, leaving little or no scope for individual traders to tap the opportunities. So how can a trader spot new opportunities in a fast paced markets? Is there any way out?

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