StarMine quantitative analytics and models provide a rock-solid foundation for your investment research with StarMine quantitative analytics and models, spanning sectors, regions and markets.
Identify opportunities, save time and zero in on the most viable investment ideas. Using StarMine in your investment process is like adding an entire research department of PhD-level experts to your team. Our suite of quantitative analytics and models covers critical areas including value, momentum, ownership, risk and quality.
You can make better, faster investment decisions using StarMine’s quantitatively derived outputs to simplify the stock selection process. For example, SmartEstimates places the most weight on recent forecasts by toprated analysts, helping you predict future earnings and analyst revisions.
In addition, you can introduce new angles to investment strategy and test investment hypotheses with StarMine’s analytics and models, as well as validate and benchmark your own quantitative methods.
An update on the performance of StarMine SmartEstimate from Refinitiv and Predicted Surprise
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