There is a pervasive belief that no one can predict the performance of the stock market and hence make profit out of the prediction. The financial meltdowns of 2000 and 2008-2009 have reinforced that belief. Still, investment decisions are made everyday and financial analysts, investors whether individuals, investment clubs, or corporations, and fund managers must make decisions to invest in given stocks and equities. Unfortunately, despite available resources and solutions, most investors still realize the limitations in existing solutions to address their basic needs. It is estimated that savvy investors spend or waste most of their time trying to figure out how to narrow down the number of candidate stocks to buy or sell. Tools out there are mostly based on financial models, charts, and advisory pieces. Each tool has its value, but all have essentially serious basic limitations. Let us look at each one and the common comments from investors:

Financial Models are either too complex, complicated to use, or with limited value;

Charts have proven to be valuable tools, but how can an investor select what charts to focus on in a given period, out of thousands of stocks;

Advisory pieces and analyst recommendations: One of the major concern is to know how and why the analyst has come up with the recommended stocks and investment tool;

Newsletters: newsletters are as limited to the skills, the tools and the biases of those writing the letters themselves.

Usually individual investors or financial analysts are left on their own, either to choose a tool or to come up with their own tools. Relevant tools may be a blackbox with limited input from the analyst or complex to use. But more importantly, very few tools address the basic fundamental question most investors have: where to turn, start, and stop in selecting key stocks on which to focus.

Such tools may be too expensive for an individual investor or too simplistic with criteria and information available to everyone else, so that the competitive advantage is lost. That is where AroniSoft comes in. Simply put, AroniSoft has developed a tool that will help both the advanced and the individual stock investor to select a few potential winning stocks, on which to further focus. In simple steps easy to setup, the tool creates segments of stocks based on proven success factors for a stock and the latest performance metrics.

With the tool, an investor will also be able to use their own data to select or narrow down the key stocks for further analysis. The tool also integrates other information freely available in the public, especially the internet to complement the individual research. But perhaps the strongest selling point of the tool is the ability to sift through thousands of stocks, and create homogenous groups of stocks, that we call Stock Segments. Each group has its own historical and current performance, but most importantly includes fewer stocks. The investor is the able to focus on the small number of the stocks. Even the small number may be reduced further.

Finally, the tool is able to use the data provided by the investor to customize the Stock Segments for a laser-like focused analysis. At the end, the investor may make an informed choice for a stock.

That tool is: AroniInvest. We provide a few shoots below that show the intuitive user interface. Although the tool is build on robust statistical techniques with cutting edge approaches, the investor is spared from dealing with these complexities. AroniSoft has done that work. To showcase the tools, we will use the tool to make a weekly pick of stocks and show the key segments that we feel may be of value.

If you are interested in the tool, please contact us at:

We look forward to seeing our customers getting the most out of AroniInvest.



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