Researching and applying behavioral economics
To produce the standard in financial sentiment data across major news and social media outlets
'Quantitatively explore behavioral analytics in alpha generation and risk management
Uncovering investors' innate identity to help their financial advisors better serve them
The backbone of our research analytics
Sentiment scores are computed on a minutely basis for a variety of complex emotions and macroeconomic topics using our proprietary language processing engine.
All major tradable assets are tracked, for country indicies, currencies, commodities, and equities. Entity recognition is done for more than 9000 global equities.
Monitoring of all major news and social media outlets, both print and online, with history back to 1998. Continuously updated sources, including regional stock message boards.
The ones with a curiosity of financial psychology
Dr. Peterson is CEO of the MarketPsych group of companies where he leads MarketPsych's data and asset management division. He has trained thousands of professionals globally to leverage behavioral insights. Dr. Peterson is a board-certified psychiatrist.
MarketPsych's co-founder, Dr. Murtha specializes in helping others apply behavioral finance to build relationships, increase AUM and improve returns. He has consulted dozens of leading financial institutions and trained thousands of professionals.
Changjie Liu is Head of Research at MarketPsych. He has been involved in sentiment research and trading strategies for the last eight years. At MarketPsych he investigates quantitative asset trading models based on sentiment reactions in global markets.
Mr. Gutierrez is CTO at MarketPsych. He has 20 years experience managing complex multitechnology projects. At MarketPsych, he architects queue handling, on-demand clusters for horizontal scalability, and language interoperability.
For more than twelve years Dr. Fafula has worked on distributed systems related to data security and the financial markets. He has developed applications in cloud computing, data mining, time series modeling and artificial intelligence.
Mr. Tayyab Tariq is the Chief Technology Officer at Red Buffer. Mr. Tayyab is a Fulbright scholar with a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Stanford University, and BS in Computer Science degree from FAST – NUCES.
Mark is the operational lead at MarketPsych Insights. He has worked as a senior integrated wealth manager to the high net worth and family office market for over 30 years. Mark is an active member of the CFA Society of Los Angeles and a past National Chair of IMCAs Wealth Management Committee.
Aaron developed the Insights platform. He arrived at MarketPsych from the world of financial planning, portfolio management, and wealth management services. In addition, Aaron serves as the Chief Investment Officer and president of the wealth management division for a large RIA with a national footprint.
Dr. Rosenblatt is an investor coach for MarketPsych, an expert in stress management, and an avid individual investor.
The backbone of our production systems, our technical team specializes in cloud computing, distributed storage, web crawler frameworks and performance optimization
In partnership with Thomson Reuters, Ketchum Trading and multiple academic groups
A new article by Dr. Rosenblatt on managing investment stress.January 11, 2017
We publish new ideas weekly on our Insights blog.November 21, 2016
Dr. Peterson will be in London meeting with clients the week of November 21st. Please contact us if you'd like to set up an engagement.September 26, 2016
See Hedgeye's Keith McCullough interview Dr. Peterson about Trading on Sentiment this week on Hedgeye TV.September 25, 2016
Dr. Peterson is speaking with firms in London and Frankfurt this week about the psychology of investment. Company technology meeting in Kyiv.
NN IP Gains From Sentiment Analysis -- Shanny Basar MarketsMediaDecember 18, 2016
A 20,000 Dow? Be careful wishing for that -- Rick Montgomery The Kansas City StarNovember 19, 2016
Book Review: Trading On Sentiment -- Brenda Jubin Investing.comMarch 28, 2016
The ‘Brussels’ effect in investing -- Judy Martel Bankrate.com