Stock-based Compensation: A Love/Hate Relationship with Simon Erickson

FEATURING 7 INVESTING’S, FOUNDER & CEO, SIMON ERICKSON @7Innovator   In today’s full-throttle world, we’ve gone numb to hearing about stock-based compensation. During earnings calls, we yawn or mentally check out when companies start talking about their “adjusted earnings” or their “adjusted margins”. We already know and have come to accept that Silicon Valley’s fast-growing tech … Continued

Predicting Q3 Earnings through FAANG with Beth Kindig

FEATURING I/O FUND’S, TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY ANALYST, BETH KINDIG @Beth_Kindig   FAANG – An analysis of FAANG heading into Q3 earnings FAANG is a well known acronym that includes some of the most successful tech companies: Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google. These highly liquid stocks generally lead the market, as they have certainly done this year. … Continued

Overvalued Markets, Big Decisions & Cherry-Picking with Nick Maggiulli

FEATURING RITHOLTZ WEALTH MANAGEMENT’S, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, NICK MAGGIULLI @DOLLARSANDDATA One of the biggest questions on investors’ minds today is whether the stock market is overvalued. After all, if you look at the data, it seems abundantly clear that prices have outpaced fundamentals (i.e. earnings) over the past couple of years. For example, from January 2020 … Continued

How to Discuss $HOOD and New IPO Stocks with Clients

Is your client excited about new IPO stocks hitting the market like Robinhood (HOOD), but you’re unsure how to approach the conversation? Considering the fanfare around major IPOs, they can be hard to ignore — but it isn’t always easy to decide whether to invest in one or not. While the potential to win big … Continued

Free Guide: How Do Presidential Elections Impact the Stock Market?

Are you or your clients wondering how U.S. presidential elections affect their investments? Every four years, uncertainty about the next president and their policies leads to further uncertainty for advisors and their clients. To help advisors understand the true impact of elections on the market, and effectively pass insights onto their clients, we studied every … Continued

Dr. J’s Flight to Bitcoin

FEATURING: JON NAJARIAN Click here to view in YCharts   Jon Najarian is a professional investor, market analyst on CNBC, and co-founder of Investitute.com, a financial education and newsletter services website on which he publishes his market observations and trade ideas. Jon has a rich history in investments and trading, having worked as a floor trader … Continued

We Are Here To Help

 (L to R: Josh Brown, Sean Brown, and Michael Batnick) Sean Brown, YCharts President and CEO, visited our friends at Ritholtz Wealth Management in New York to catch up and talk about how YCharts helps financial advisors. Sean sat down with Ritholtz’s CEO, Josh Brown, and Director of Research, Michael Batnick. Never short on … Continued

“Some Losses Hurt Worse Than Others”

FEATURING JEFF MACKE Click to view $LYFT in YCharts “Some losses hurt worse than others” A private investor, director, author, social media personality, and former hedge fund manager — Jeff Macke is a lot of things. While he admits the “social media personality” moniker was somewhat of an accident, Jeff has taken his stature as … Continued

Top 3 Reasons CFAs Choose YCharts

In order to put your vast and detailed knowledge set to work, you need a platform that can keep up with your fine-tuned research process yet help you simplify and relay insights to clients, prospects, and colleagues. (Remember, they haven’t studied this stuff for hundreds and hundreds of hours). CFAs need the horsepower of a … Continued

Product Update: New & Improved Timeseries Analysis

YCharts’ Timeseries Analysis tool enables you to access, format, and export historical stock, mutual fund, and ETF metrics, as well as economic indicators. Because Timeseries Analysis is a vital resource for data-driven investment decisions, YCharts has updated the tool’s interface to better serve our users. In-depth investment research often requires large data sets with multiple … Continued