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The Missing Piece of the Investment Puzzle.
Today, as a Portfolio Manager, it is not enough to know where a Company, Industry or Economic Sector stands on the basis of individual or aggregated Balance Sheet or Income Statement data. Analyst opinions, as well as Dividend Discount, and Cash Flow models tell an incomplete story of the prospects for the markets, and it seems that Economists - lined up end to end - never reach a conclusion.

The Behavioral Clock is Ticking.
To fill out the top-down picture one needs to know where a companies, industries and economic sectors stand in terms of the Behavioral Market Clock.  For MPT, this "clock" engages and integrates 4 important behavioral models: Insider, Analyst, Technical, and Style. Together they form a risk control check on the Fundamental and Econometric side of the investment equation.

Seeing is Believing and Aggregation Provides the Statistical Confirmation
It is also not enough to have access to raw data in these areas. One must be able to "see" these data in a modeled form, of robust and tested construction, in order that actionability becomes more meaningful. The "vision" must include company, industry and sector-relative as well as self-relative modeled outcomes for each of these three market levels.

Market Profile Theorems has been providing a consistently modeled, integrated behavioral approach to Sector selection to Portfolio Managers in these important areas for over 17-years.

The Power of Screening on Behavioral and Fundamental Data

In the Screening section of the MPT Workbook you will be able to quickly, and efficiently screen for:

  • All MPT behavioral models and basic fundamental factors such as Price to Book and PE Ratios;
  • Changes in behavior on the powerful Insider, Analyst, Technical and Style models;
  • The strongest companies, industries, and sectors as viewed by the MPT Summary model;
  • Degradation in model scores for those companies in your portfolio;
  • Filter down, from the economic sector level through the industry and company levels, for the best ideas within sectors and industries;

 

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