10 Essential Tools Every Investor Should Have
Whether you are new to the world of investing or an experienced investor, Heckyl Trading Platform should prove a valuable resource as you attempt to earn the profit in today’s complex stock markets. Heckyl integrated real-time market data, news, and financial analytics in the trading platform to meet the demands of investors. We present a list of 10 essential investment tools that every investor should have:
1. Company overview – Everything You Need to Know About a Company
Get a bird-eye view on fundamentals and technical indicators for any company in a single screen.
2. Health Score – Find Multibagger Stocks
Find out whether the company is fundamentally weak or strong just by looking at Health Score, a single number composite financial performance indicator. Health Score analyzes Company on 25 key financial ratios and performance indicators. (Read more about Health Score)
Heckyl Portfolio Analytics – A Better Way to Analyze Performance
The journey of successful investing starts with selection of quality and growth oriented stocks. At the same time, picking such stocks at fair valuation is also important. Moreover, periodic performance review and rebalancing of portfolio to fix any weaknesses is key to achieve investment goals.
China’s Dragon Takes a Breather, Growth Engine Halts
After successful triumphs over US and UK in the last decade bears are back in business in 2015 and this time they have laid their eyes on the world’s fastest growing economy China. It has been fueling the global economic growth for past several years and any slowdown will have repercussions not only on world markets but also on major asset classes.
In order to gauge a country’s economic performance, one can look at key economic parameters like Money market (Interest Rate), Economic growth (GDP Growth Rate), Business performance (Industrial Production), Consumer confidence (Retail Sales), Trade analysis (Exports), Housing sector (Newly Built Home Prices), Investment (Capital Flows), Government reserves (Foreign Exchange Reserves) and finally Equity markets (Shanghai). Let us understand how China’s financial and economic indicators are performing in the current scenario.