MarkeScope Investment solutions has released its stock screener on the Apple app market. Besides ... More
MarkeScope Investment solutions has released its stock screener on the Apple app market. Besides the normal measures that the portfolio managers or traders use when creating screening filters, this is the first stock screener that adds risk measures in the screening criteria. The user can choose from several risk measures to create his/her own filtering criteria. The risk measures include but not exclusive to : Standard deviation Sharp ratio Treynor ratio Calmar ratio Max drawdown
Last updated 6 Aug 2015
Published 23 May 2012
I don't confess to be an expert on the money market and I'm sure I'm not alone there - especially in this volatile economic climate. So it seems imperative that, if you are going to invest in the stock market, it is vital that you have access to up-to-the-minute information on what's on the way up and what's on the way down. MSS-Markescope Stock Screener for iDevices and iOS is now available for portfolio managers and traders and provides all the usual capabilities of a screener as well as an added risk measures to the screening criteria.
MarkeScope Investment solutions has released its stock screener on the Apple app market. But as well as the normal measures that the average portfolio manager or trader usually uses when creating screening filters this one is the first stock screener that adds risk measures into the screening criteria. The user can choose from several different risk measures to create their own filtering criteria. The risk measures include (but are not exclusive to) Standard deviation, Sharp ratio, Treynor ratio, Calmar ratio and Max drawdown. The database supports up to 7000 different stocks and includes all USA stock exchanges. You can send reports that include the screening results or just a security of your interest and recommend the stock on your Twitter or Facebook account or via an SMS to traders, clients or your colleagues. Search what is being said about the stock on Twitter or Google. There are an...