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MarketPsych LLC is a leader in behavioral finance, applying the competitive advantages from modern psychology into finance through data, research, and consulting.

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World's most comprehensive sentiment data produced in partnership with Thomson Reuters
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Latest News

July 14, 2015

We're presenting the London Quant Group Evening Seminar, 14th July 2015:  Sentiment Analysis: Uncovering systematic misbehaviour in global markets.

June 01, 2015

We proud to say that we officially launched our global companies feed today covering 8,000 stocks from global social and news media with 24 sentiments and fundamental feeds in minutely and hourly data back to 1998.

May 21, 2015

Sign up for our next webcast on individual company sentiment data:  "Touchy Traders, Information Impact and Patterns in Prices: Thomson Reuters MarketPsych Indices for Individual Companies."  Tuesday 2nd June 2015, 9:00am ET/14:00 BST.

Recent Press

June 02, 2015

Der Psychiater der Wall Street -- Tim Schäfer Wirtschafts Blatt

June 01, 2015

Thomson Reuters expands MarketPsych analysis service -- Automated Trader

April 27, 2015

Hopkins research finds Twitter mood predicts success of IPOs -- Lorraine Mirabella Bloomberg Business


June 14, 2015

Greek Tragedy, the Predictive Power of Scandal, and Rewriting an Investing Truth

The question for the markets this month - will Greece default?  In the media we hear a morally righteous tale that Greeks should shape up and pay back what they owe.  We don't often hear the rationalizations of the Greek side - that other European banks were foolish to lend to a country with such a long history of default and unsustainable deficits.  Yet, they were, and here we are.

Austerity makes the economic and psychological damage worse for Greeks, and it not only impairs the ability to repay, but it is also unnecessarily punitive.  Greeks cannot, and should not, repay their creditors under the offered conditions.  With a mandate from Greek voters to spurn the austerity program and the reticence of creditors to bend due to fears of moral hazard, the only sensible way forward is default.  Greece simply cannot (and should not) pay what it putatively owes.  If default happens this month, would all be lost in "Europe's Lehman moment?"  Would that shattered trust lead to plummeting stock markets and interest rates and a massive global flight to safety?  It has boiled down to a crisis of trust, and for that reason, it presents tremendous opportunity.  ​

In an earlier newsletter we examined how mistrust in leadership is a contrarian predictor of stock prices.  In today's newsletter we discuss shattered trust generally.  Trust is more resilient than might be expected. And for investors, shattered trust presents tremendous opportunities.  

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World Markets

- (30 day data)

Price Buzz Sntment Econunc Govinst
United States -0.4%
United Kingdom -5.2%
Germany -2.9%
Japan -2.2%
China -12.1%
India -0.7%

updated 2015-06-29

Currencies

- (30 day data)

Price Buzz Sntment Prcfrc Volatil
US Dollar -2.5%
Euro +2.6%
Brazilian Real +1.1%
Japanese Yen -0.0%

updated 2015-06-29

Commodities

- (30 day data)

Price Buzz Sntment Prodvol Cnsmvol
Crude Oil -1.1%
Natural Gas +5.0%
Gold -1.4%
Corn +9.5%

updated 2015-06-29

US Sectors

- (30 day data)

Price Buzz Sntment Innovtn Earnfct
Technology -2.1%
Energy -2.4%
Utilities -5.2%
Financials +1.6%
Industrials -0.8%

updated 2015-06-29

US Large Cap

- (30 day data)

Price Buzz Sntment Mktrisk Fundmstr
Apple Inc -4.4%
Bank of America Corp +2.4%
General Electric Co -2.3%
JPMorgan Chase & Co +2.2%
Microsoft Corp -5.3%
Wal-Mart Stores Inc -3.8%

updated 2015-06-29


Countries Top Lists

- (30 day data)

Business Expansion
Highest Lowest
Sweden Russia
Netherlands Pakistan
Canada Turkey
China South Korea
Norway Australia
Residential Real Estate Values
Highest Lowest
Sweden Brazil
Australia Singapore
United Kingdom Indonesia
Norway France
Canada Saudi Arabia

updated 2015-06-29

Currencies Top Lists

- (30 day data)

Currency Peg Instability
Highest Lowest
Hong Kong Dollar Indonesian Rupiah
Malaysian Ringgit Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Swiss Franc Euro
Thai Baht Thai Baht
Euro Swiss Franc
Volatility
Highest Lowest
Thai Baht Hong Kong Dollar
Turkish Lira Swedish Krona
Polish Zloty Egyptian Pound
Russian Ruble Norwegian Krone
Japanese Yen South Korean Won

updated 2015-06-29

Commodities Top Lists

- (30 day data)

Conflict
Highest Lowest
Rice Hogs
Platinum Heating Oil
Cattle Soybeans
Natural Gas Coffee
Wheat Palladium
Gloom
Highest Lowest
Palladium Heating Oil
Hogs Silver
Crude Oil Natural Gas
Platinum Orange Juice
Copper Cattle

updated 2015-06-29

Equities Top Lists

- (30 day data)

Market Risk
Highest Lowest
O'Reilly Automotive Inc Cablevision Systems Corp
Fifth Third Bancorp BlackRock Inc
MeadWestvaco Corp Whirlpool Corp
KeyCorp Clorox Co
Huntington Bancshares Inc General Electric Co
Mergers
Highest Lowest
Ball Corp Corning Inc
Mylan Inc Darden Restaurants Inc
Kraft Foods Group Inc Paychex Inc
Altera Corp Micron Technology Inc
Avago Technologies Ltd PVH Corp

updated 2015-06-29