FusionIQ launches Intellistops – a dynamic smart stop-loss system that protects gains

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NEW YORK - Dec. 10, 2013 - PRLog -- FusionIQ announced today the release of Intellistops, a dynamic and intuitive stop-loss system that is built upon the same quantitative metrics that define FusionIQ’s stock rankings and ratings.

Most stop-loss systems are rigid, lacking the flexibility to adjust to the volatility in the overall market, as well as in individual names. Many recommend setting stop-losses at a defined percentage loss, or a moving average. Unfortunately, these rules aren’t flexible enough to address the underlying volatility inherent in individual stocks, and thus tend to get falsely triggered far too often. Other set a stop loss at a key technical support level, which is often too arbitrary or subjective.

Intellistops solves these problems.

“Professional money managers have known for years that the most widely employed stop-loss systems have fallen short,” according to FusionIQ Founder and President Kevin Lane. “We’ve all bought a stock and saw it rise aggressively before getting stopped out, only to see it resume its rise. Having built FusionIQ based on the interchange of a myriad of quantitative metrics, combining technical with fundamental factors, we knew we could develop algos that would more intelligently allow investors to risk manage positions and their portfolio.”

FusionIQ displays the Intellistops stop-loss price on over 8,000 stocks and ETFs, which is automatically calculated every evening based on scores of data points from the day’s market action. Additionally, Intellistops is also displayed as an historical chart overlay. Investors can thus easily manage positions when a stock comes under significant selling pressure (often driven by short term profit taking), by comparing market prices to the Intellistops price. When coupledwith FusionIQ’s proprietary Buy and Sell signals -- which tell you not just what to buy and sell, but when – Intellistops allows you to avoid the emotional decision to either sell a stock or ETF when it’s under pressure, or hold onto a name that you’re attached to.

In short, Intellistops furthers FusionIQ’s mission: taking the emotion out of investing, so smarter decisions can be made, and investors can risk manage positions and portfolios more effectively.FusionIQ is an online offering that provides rankings (1-100) and ratings (Buy or Sell) on over 8,000 stocks and ETFs, as well as sectors, groups and subgroups. FusionIQ’s software is rooted in quantitative analysis that blends both technical and fundamental metrics, with a feature set that allows subscribers to add real alpha to their investment process. These include the following:

A Market Risk Model that measures the overall risk in the market, based on 5 important criteria;

·     Exclusive Strategy Session webinars, that provide individual investors the same insights offered Fusion’s institutional clients, so investors have the confidence to invest in markets where complex global and technical factors are increasingly important;Sector, group and subgroup rankings that give investors a sense of which parts of the market offer the best opportunities;

     Technical, Fundamental and Master rankings, and Buy and Sell signals, that allow you to discover the best opportunities, entry and exit points with over 8,000 individual stocks & ETFs;

·     Our proprietary Intellistops stop-loss price system that allow investors to risk manage individual stocks and ETF, cutting losses and preserving capital; and

·     Our Chart of the Week that provides ideas that we consider particularly timely and opportune.

For a free trial to FusionIQ Trader and our new Intellistops feature, go to www.fusioniqrank.com.

Joseph Fitzgerald
Tags:Investing, Trading, Stocks, Technical Analysis
Industry:Business, Finance
Location:New York City - New York - United States
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