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Tradey is a smart investment bot that determines a trading strategy on its own based on historic and fresh data. By considering many parameters and suggesting trades based on that basis Tradey will try to maximize your investment return. We try to take our human and emotional trading on the sidelines and let the bot decide the right strategy based on algorithms to reach an optimal trading strategy.
Tradey has three key tasks: (1) to find the most interesting stocks in the stock universe to buy right now, (2) to continuously examine the expectation for alpha for the stocks and by that means decide when a stock can better be sold, (3) to examine the market as a whole to prevent trading for growth (not short) in bear markets (or recessions).
|FNF||FNF Group of Fidelity National Financial Inc.||0.83|
|DLHC||DLH Holdings Corp.||0.82|
|BLDR||Builders FirstSource, Inc.||0.82|
|WLK||Westlake Chemical Corporation||0.82|
|NXST||Nexstar Media Group, Inc.||0.82|
|CMC||Commercial Metals Company (CMC)||0.82|
|XOM||Exxon Mobil Corp||0.82|
|PTR||PetroChina Company Limited||0.81|
The 10 stocks above are currently the most attractive ones according to Tradey.
Annualized outperformance (w/o costs): 71.51% (p.p., from 2020-06-01)
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