About Chaikin Analytics
After forty years on Wall Street, stock market expert Marc Chaikin, whose technical indicators are industry standards, has introduced a suite of groundbreaking stock tools to provide a directional edge for investors and advisors.
Chaikin Analytics (formerly Chaikin Power Tools), which launched in March 2011, is a suite of stock research tools and portfolio management services that help pick winning stocks and drop losing stocks ahead of market shifts.
The Chaikin Power Gauge Rating is the centerpiece of Chaikin Analytics – it’s a remarkably accurate indicator of where a stock is headed over the next three to six months.
The Power Gauge is supported by the successful performance of three NASDAQ Chaikin indexes. When overlayed with the Chaikin Power Gauge, each index exceeded its benchmark by over 45% in the first year. Learn More>>
About Marc Chaikin
After 40 years on Wall Street as a trader, stock broker analyst and options trader, Marc founded Chaikin Analytics LLC to deliver proven stock analytics to investors and traders, based on the Chaikin Power Gauge, a 20-factor alpha model proven effective at identifying a stock’s potential. Chaikin pioneered the 1st real-time analytics workstation for portfolio managers and stock traders, now part of Thomson Reuters’ institutional workstation, and developed computerized stock selection models and technical indicators, including Chaikin Money Flow, which are industry standards.
About Sandy Chaikin
Sandy Chaikin is Co-founder of Chaikin Analytics, a groundbreaking stock research and analysis platform. With no prior experience, Sandy started investing in 2012 with Chaikin Analytics and built a killer portfolio that continues to outperform the S&P 500 and most money managers. Sandy is living proof that you don’t have to be a financial expert to pick winning stocks. Thousands of investors attend her industry events and weekly webinars on fearless investing by following the Chaikin Method. Nasdaq.com, DailyWorth, and Ellevate all feature Sandy’s investing articles and analysis.