AbleMarkets utilizes state-of-the-art artificial intelligence to predict impending market movements. Based on today’s market analysis, AbleMarkets predicts a strong surge across most U.S. stocks tomorrow, November 4, 2020.
Aggressive HFT quickly process news and respond in real-time to information. As a result, tracking the differences in the % of volume initiated by the aggressive HFT buyers vs. sellers may be highly indicative of the impending price direction. Earlier today, at 3:30 PM, most
Intraday aggressive HFT index predicts direction of the price change. Today was not a great day for AT&T (NYSE:T). Aggressive HFT participated in sell-off way before the market started falling down, as the Figure shows.
The Coronavirus has undoubtedly affected institutional investors and their respective investment plans. AbleMarkets Institutional Activity Index indicates that, after the initial sell-off, institutions are net buying again in the markets. AbleMarkets Institutional Activity Index (IAI) tracks microstructure-based flows of funds. The models are probabilistic, but
By Irene Aldridge Social media has fascinated Finance for about a decade. Extracting sentiment from online posts have proven to be both innovative for gauging investor sentiment and profitable for estimating direction of the impending price move and volatility. Companies like AbleMarkets, a Big Data
By Irene Aldridge Big Data, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence are three du-jour buzzwords of today’s business. If your business does not do one of the three, you risk being considered tardy, inefficient, or, gasp, uncool, particularly with the dreaded taste-making millennial set. Worst of
Examining institutional activity toward the end of the month sheds light on a persistent approach by institutional traders. Execution acting on behalf of Institutional Investors appears to depress the prices for end-of-day execution until about 15:30 PM ET, new research from AbleMarkets shows. Specifically, following
By Irene Aldridge Yesterday, on December 4, 2018, at 10:03 AM ET, President Trump has tweeted about tariffs. Shortly thereafter, the U.S. equity markets entered a significant intraday decline that many online commentators attributed directly to the President’s tweet. While the observed market sell-off may