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Marc Chaikin, creator of the Chaikin Money Flow develops research and analytics workstation for fund managers on iPad

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

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Marc Chaikin
Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York:

After more than 40 years on Wall Street, Marc Chaikin, creator of the Chaikin Persistency of Money Flow, retired after a successful career. Now, he has returned, following the financial crisis to bring back research and analytics to the buy-side and institutions with a modern twist. Chaikin Analytics for iPad, provides an investment analytics workstation built specifically for the iPad and iPad Mini. Chaikin Analytics for iPad features proven proprietary analytics, ratings, technical indicators and models to provide dynamically updated stock analysis, actionable trading signals, customized watchlists, and flip charts with proprietary indicators to investment professionals who require a comprehensive workstation anytime, anywhere.

The application is currently available on the iTunes store, and was developed by the same team that originally pioneered Instinet Research and Analytics, the centerpiece of the analytics is the Chaikin Power Gauge rating, a 20-factor rating that has been independently back-tested and proven successful at identifying a stocks potential 3-6 months out. "We're very much going back to our roots here," Chaikin says in an interview with Opalesque. He explains that the new application relies on much of the same proven research framework that made Instinet a market leader in the 1980s. At that time, Instinet, the Money Flow and Power Gauge ratings were driving major portfolio decisions for indi......................

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