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INTRODUCING GAMMATH™ SPOT

WHAT IS YOUR STOCK'S GSCORE?

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click here for a Gammath™ SPOT gScores guide

click here for purchasing subscription, technical support and blog access

click here for free Gammath™ SPOT software for Mac/Windows/Linux/Cloud

Gammath™ Stock Price-Opining Tool (SPOT - Patent Pending) is a software that enables smart, quick and easy way for DIY investors to make buy/sell/hold decisions on stocks in their watchlist. Gammath™ SPOT provides tools to:

  • Collect stock-specific data that it needs for analysis

  • Algorithmically compute gScores (discount-scores of stocks in the watchlist) to indicate the degree to which stocks in the watchlist are trading at a perceived premium or at a perceived discount. In other words, gScore is like a technical indicator that the investor can use in the process of making buy/sell/hold decisions on stocks in their watchlist

  • Generate gScores' history for correlation and backtesting

  • Backtest using your own strategy (or the basic strategy provided) that uses gScore/micro-gScores

For investors who perform their own technical analysis, Gammath™ SPOT saves incredible amount of time and when combined with a watchlist such as the one we publish with gScores, should present many opportunities to diversify.

Click here to purchase one of the affordable subscription plans that will give you access to:

  • Our US-listed stocks watchlist with gScores (published daily) that can be used to create your own watchlist

  • "On the SPOT" blog where we discuss gScores with daily example from our watchlist

  • Technical Support for Gammath™ SPOT

  • Premium content such as scraped data, gScores, micro-gScores, signals info, charts that can help you make your own buy/sell/hold decisions on stocks

Click here for location of Gammath™ SPOT open source project.

Please visit our FAQ page and feel free to contact us (click here) if you have any further questions.

Disclaimer: We are not investment advisors. Investors make their own buy/sell decisions and understand the risks associated with respective investments