There are two ways of approaching the analysis of the markets. The first is to use subjective techniques like Trend Lines and Gann Fans. There is nothing wrong with that at all. If you only work with a small number of securities, then this is a great way to work. It does take discipline to follow your rules, but it is an approach that has lasted for decades and has produced many masters of analysis.
The second way is to use objective rules to let the computer find the candidates that you should be trading. A lot of work goes into setting up the rules and testing them to ensure that they truly do add value, but once it is done, you have a statistical model that clearly defines the expectations.
Both ways of approaching the market are valid, which one you choose depends on the type of person you are and the number of securities that you need to trade. The rest of this page is dedicated to highlighting the Quantitative tools and process that is available in Optuma.
Note: Not all editions have all quantitative modules, but it is available as an optional add-on.
We know that Optuma can make a huge difference to your analysis and work-flow, but remember that it does take time to get used to a new way or working. There is an investment that you must commit to before wasting your own time with a trial. You need to spend at least an hour a day using Optuma. That way you will know by the end of the trial if Optuma adds value to you or not.
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