We are very pleased to announce that SunGard, one of the world’s leading software and technology service companies, has chosen to use Heckyl’s news and sentiment analysis services on their MarketMap terminal. The new content will be available to MarketMap users across North America, Asia and Europe.
In today’s edition, we will cover Stock Dashboard – a comprehensive snapshot page presenting all the relevant details a trader should have on his dashboard before trading in F&O stocks.
The price of the stock moves in a particular direction depending on numerous parameters.A trader or investor is flooded with heaps of data and indicators baffling him how to gauge the price movement based on these parameters. Also, a trader will have to go through various sources for a specific data thereby losing precious time and opportunity in collating all the data before taking a trade.
Heckyl’s Stock Dashboard offers a concise and timely snapshot of a particular stock or an index after analyzing plethora of information available in the open market. This dashboard also features news, charts and fundamental data along with F&O data so that a trader gets all the information in a single screen.
15-Minutes Built Up Screen
In today’s edition of our Glassdoor Friday we are featuring 15-Minutes Built Up Screen – a unique tool in our derivative analytics product designed to spot price trends in real-time. This screen gives a snapshot every 15 minutes of whether the long or short positions were created in a particular stock or an index. It analyses the open interest (OI) position in real time and gives a breakup of fresh and square-off contracts along with volumes.
Short selling is always considered to be a risky bet and retail participants tend to stay away from it. However, using our distinct tool, one can spot where the short or long positions are created in real-time by looking at fresh and square-off contracts along with the movement in price and volume. It not only helps you to make timely entry but also indicates you when to exit from your long or short positions.