|By Business Wire||
|August 5, 2014 02:13 PM EDT||
Financial technology innovator Tradespoon has introduced new a Portfolio Construction and Management Suite to their stock and option research platform. Powerful enough for Wall Street’s elite money managers, these new features give self-directed investors the ability to construct and rebalance stock and ETF portfolios with institutional-grade precision.
Each day, Tradespoon’s sophisticated algorithm ranks equities by the highest potential for return based on predicted performance variance versus the S&P 500 Index (SPX). Then, the Tradespoon team of trading industry veterans completes analysis to confirm the ranking. Investors gain access to this proprietary list of over- and under-performing stocks as Tradespoon puts the most Bullish and Bearish opportunities in front of investors with one click. The new Portfolio Construction and Management Suite allow investors to shape and rebalance their aggregated equity portfolio to match their desired time horizon and outlook.
“We get asked all the time why we are doing this,” notes Tradespoon founder Vlad Karpel, former CTO at online broker optionsXpress. “And our answer is very simple: financial democratization! We want every investor and trader to have full access to the most powerful equity portfolio development and management tools possible. With the roll out of our new proprietary portfolio construction and rebalancing tools, not only have we continued in our mission to level the investment playing field, we have freed up ordinary investors to take direct control over their own investment decisions.”
With Tradespoon, investors now gain control of portfolio construction and management at a fraction of the cost of a typical financial advisor. By empowering independent investors with a proprietary research, stock selection and portfolio rebalancing platform backed experienced financial technology and trading industry veterans, Tradespoon challenges traditional Wall Street managers and Silicon Valley robo-advisors.
Tradespoon further supports investors with a comprehensive investor education program, including live and archived webinars. Tradespoon also offers a live weekly broadcast Mondays at 11am CST featuring Tradespoon founder Vlad Karpel and special guests discussing weekly research results and market outlook.
Welcome to the new Tradespoon, the future of self-directed trading and investing. For more information about Tradespoon, please visit www.tradespoon.com.
At Tradespoon, we want investors to trade smarter. Tradespoon‘s stock, ETF, and option research platform delivers with short- and long-term trading ideas that use a statistical system for maximizing returns that investors can use to build, manage and rebalance an investment portfolio. Tradespoon also offers free training and investment education webinars and a virtual trading platform to allow you to practice trading in a risk-free environment. Tradespoon’s founder, Vlad Karpel, is the former Head of Technology at OptionsXpress and combines his team’s expertise in money management and building quantitative trading systems.
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