A Repeatable Approach to Stock and ETF Selection
At Chaikin Analytics, our research helps you build a repeatable approach to stock & ETF selection. We do this by combining our proprietary stock & ETF rating system with expert insights, education, and support.
Setting Ourselves Apart from the Rest
At Chaikin Analytics, our mission is to provide the best information possible, so that our members can make better, more confident investment decisions.
We do this by combining our rating system & research with expert insights, support, and education.
Spot Trends Visually by Combining Fundamentals & Technicals into a Single Picture
Fine-Tune Your Approach with a Dedicated Success Team in Your Corner
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— Like a Report Card for Over 4,000 Stocks & 450 ETFs
At the core of everything we do at Chaikin Analytics is our proprietary Chaikin Stock Rating — like a report card measuring future potential.
The Chaikin Stock Rating combines 20 of the most important factors that may impact a stock’s price movement, analyzes that data, and distills it into an easy-to-understand rating. The rating ranges from very bearish to very bullish and helps you get an edge in the market while avoiding bad trades.
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Insightful Perspectives from Our Team
What are the top sectors and industries for 2020? How could this year’s election results impact the market? Are analyst’s recession fears grounded? These are the topics that Chaikin Analytics founder Marc Chaikin covered with
New year, new 2020 IPOs. As we enter a new year and decade, which private companies can investors expect to go public? While it’s not often strategic to invest in recently launched companies right away,