Interactive charts providing sentiment for Stocks, Bonds, Commodities and ETF's
The subscriber's section of SentimenTrader.com provides interactive charts for multiple markets
including Stocks, Bonds, Commodities and ETF's. These charts and sentiment indicators are built using a data-driven
driven approach with a focus on transparency of signal creation and interpretation.
Sentiment measures for Stocks, Bonds, Commodities and ETF's
Proprietary Social Sentiment measures for active ETF's
Ability to Backtest all indicators against various
Indexes and timeframes. Premium subscribers get access to all history for backtests while Basic subscribers
get access to the last five years of history.
Daily updates on overall market sentiment
Daily Sentiment Report with actionable information about the markets
Proprietary models using sentiment to provide short, medium and long term views on the markets
Interactive charts that allow you to analyze sentiment data combined with Price data
Ability to save your favorite indicators / signals for quick analysis
Access to data for our models via CSV download
For Premium subscribers, access to recent history (last 90 days in most cases) of our data via CSV download.
For institutional clients, a Premium Data service is available that provides access
to data for all indicators and signals available on the site via CSV download and via a RESTful API (available for an additional fee).
As a way to introduce our service, this video provides an overview of the basic features and functionality
found within the site. Additionally, you can click here to learn more.
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Sundial Capital Research is an independent investment research firm dedicated to the application of mass psychology to the financial markets. Sundial publishes the SentimenTrader.com website.
Our focus is not market timing per se, but rather risk management. That may be a distinction without a difference, but it's how we approach the markets. We study signs that suggest it is time to raise or lower market exposure as a function of risk relative to probable reward. It is all about risk-adjusted expectations given existing evidence.