Robo investing with SCI

In today’s rapidly advancing world, investing has never been easier. The financial tools and processes that were once reserved for Wall Street’s elite are now at the fingertips of anyone with a mobile device and a Wi-Fi connection. All it takes is a simple Robinhood or Charles Schwab account, and you can begin putting your money to work for you. The question is no longer how to invest, but ..

Millennial money: priced out of traditional investment advisory?

Today, many millennials approach Wall Street with extreme trepidation. Considering the instability that has defined the stock market for the last decade (and for the majority of their adult life), this is perfectly understandable. And it’s not just the stock market itself that is intimidating; massive student loan debts are also making it difficult for many investing in their 30s to take that..

Aerospace and Defense spending in the United States: The 2020 Outlook

The world’s largest customer, the US Government, spends about 2 billion dollars a day in goods and services. With Aerospace & Defense (A&D) taking the lion’s share, the government’s spending policies can have a heavy impact equity prices, particularly for companies that provide goods or services to the military. In 2019, the A&D Index had another year of strong performance, which was expected,..

What is XBRL and how does it impact investing?

We previously described how Spartan Capital Intelligence (SCI) uses machine learning/artificial intelligence (ML/AI) to forecast stock prices and provide timely financial advice. For machine learning and forecasting to work, large amounts of high-quality data need to be gathered. The forecasts developed by machine learning depends on the quantity and quality of data that is fed into the..

Using Machine Learning for trading and investment decisions

The amount of quantitative and qualitative information available to investors can seem daunting. Company’’ financial data, macroeconomic conditions, commodity prices, contracts, world news, alternative investing options and market sentiment are just a few of the data elements an investor is faced with when creating a financial model or an investment decision. The complexity and ever-changing..

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