Tag: sentiment analysis

Chipotle Mexican Grill and Groupon may be bearish today

CMG – Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc, is a fast food chain which serves tacos, burritos, salads and burrito bowls. It closed almost 2% lower yesterday.

CMG – Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc

Fundamentals Previously closed at 523.62
Day’s high 542.5
Day’s low 523.42
P/E ratio 34.7
EPS 15.09


Analysts opinion The stock is good for swing traders and Intra-day traders due to the recent news. It may be bearish today. Also, the stock has underperformed compared to others in the industry. It has declined in its revenue and Net operating cash flow, and hence may be bearish for the medium term as well.
Sentiments Recent news says the restaurant in Billerica, outside Boston was closed for a full cleaning, after 4 workers reportedly fell ill with Norovirus. The sentiments have been bearish due to this news.
Social Pulse The stock has 35% higher social chatter than usual.

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What Big Data Can Do To Help You Trade Better

Crunching ‘big data’ for trading signals is real and already happening. Very few of us have the time and skill to shift through mountains of data for nuggets of golden information. The average person will have to have some basic knowledge of how the stock market works and take control and actively manage his or her own portfolio.  Applying algorithms to improve your trading is far more developed. The rise of computing power lets smart companies crunch ‘big data’ — billions of gigabytes of photos, tweets and other crowd-sourced info — to dig needles of price-sensitive news out of the haystack. We are now in the AG (After Google) age and with that access to information is only a search away.

With so much data and companies and with website offering free financial data on almost every publicly traded company we will present how to use 2 simple new age data points from big data to profit from the stock market and take control of your financial future.

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Mental Fitness Tips For Stock Traders

You guessed it right, this is a “Zen” piece. Good and bad trades don’t happen. The good ones are found and cultivated. The Bad ones … well, you see success is nothing more than a few simple disciplines, practised every day; while failure is simply a few errors in judgement, repeated every day (Jim Rohn).

Up to 75-80% of traders are, generally, make more losses than profits. With such low success rates, stock trading might be among the more risky professions around. But, the 20%+ that do make money consistently, seem to follow the same mental chain of thoughts and we thought it might be interesting to illustrate some of those thoughts here for the benefits of our readers. So here goes:

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Types of Stock Market Analysis

There is no shortage of analysis for anyone interested in investing. A search for the term “stock market analysis” turned up 122 million hits on Google and well over 15 million hits each on Bing, and Yahoo. The majority of stock market analysis can be lumped into three broad groups: fundamental, technical, and sentimental. Here’s a close look at each.

Fundamental Analysis

The goal of fundamental analysis is to determine whether a company’s future value is accurately reflected in its current stock price. Fundamental analysis attempts to estimate the value of a particular stock based on a variety of factors, such as the current finances of the company and the prevailing economic environment. Fundamental analysis also may include speaking with a company’s management team and assessing how the company’s products are received in the marketplace.

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