We are always looking at ways to improve Optuma, and ahead of the upcoming version 2.1 release (we’ll be looking for beta testers very soon!) we’ve added more ETF data to our US Fundamental database.
Market insights, product updates, tips and tricks
A look at some of the tools to measure time and price moves.
Optuma clients can download and open workbooks for the ASX and S&P500 sectors, which includes the current list of the companies within each sector, along with example charts and watchlists, plus a 6 month high / low scan.
As you may know, Optuma has several tools to help identify significant turning points, such as the various swing overlays, but one tool I’ve started to use more and more is the Pivot Label tool.
Use the scripting language to identify swing patterns (e.g. higher highs & lows), changes in direction, and swing gaps.
Use the scripting language to identify swing trend versus direction in scans and watchlists, and to create a swing ranking value.
An introduction to Optuma's swing chart capabilities, including how to easily identify trends using colour schemes and scans.
Use the Gap Finder tool in Optuma 2 to help identify trading opportunities.
With the imminent release of Optuma 2 - most likely the largest single upgrade we have ever done - now is a great opportunity for me to take time to reveal the major directions we are taking with Optuma.