Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Tweet recap and update

The content of the tweets has changed a little over the last 3 months and needs a little explanation.

Companies that have been triggered by a formula are tweeted twice a day, just after market close and analysis, and 12 hours later, to ensure that the most current companies are tweeted at the most current time.
The Auto tweets API allows only 5 companies to be tweeted. If you would like to see the full list, email.

The initial beta formulae, crafted by hand over weeks and months, are still being tweeted. These are designated with titles such as LSE_b4. These are good, and worth consideration.

The trace tweets have titles such as LSE_trace and if you do nothing else, consider these. These are the companies that have had specific bespoke algorithms run against them (around 300,000 in total) to obtain the best matches and if these trigger then we have a good chance.
oasis is about two thirds into the completion of the full trace analysis (8 weeks processing in total, 24 hours per day, 5 weeks in), but as each company completes analysis the trace formulae are put onto the trigger list for that company.
I am currently testing the traces for the NYSE and NASDAQ at the moment.

Tweets that say 'no companies found for analysis'/'no co' mean that the trigger did not return any companies following the specific formula for that day, and just contains a link back to here.

The tweets include a link to Google Finance for the company being tweeted.

And to recap on the analysis techniques, these currently are:
1. trace - combination analysis and bespoke company formula - explanation here
2. beta - hand crafted formula - explanation here
3. Candlesticks - explanation here

And also, currently on my list of things to do, in no particular order, are:
1. Add FX into exchanges
2. Complete Candlestick analysis
3. Link into RNS for LSE
4. NYSE and NASDAQ traces

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