Finstead Releases Simple Consumer Stock Guides for Retail Investors
Finstead releases comprehensive stock guides for small investors. The guides are an essential read for individuals who are wondering whether they should buy or sell certain stocks, and are offered to consumers completely free of charge. The guides don't prop individual stocks, but rather offer balanced perspectives on securities.
"There is so much financial advice out there, often a bit misleading or at least confusing," said Carla Olson, Finstead Co-Founder. "It's a difficult environment for individual investors to make sound investment decisions because there are so much noise and questionable data in financial markets. Individual investors often end up with a short end of the stick. Since no stock is a clear buy or sell, we at Finstead came up with the idea to provide more balanced guides for stocks, providing a full scoop on individual securities."
The Finstead Stock Guides were born as a reaction to a growing number of analyst reports that tout individual securities—out of over 12,000 ratings authored by equity analysts, fewer than 7 percent carry a "sell" label. Finstead buy or sell stock guides are completely free to use, and cover over 3,000 stocks, including Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, and Facebook.
Finstead Stock Guides are comprehensive. They use a combination of data analysis and Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques to come up with buy and sell signals for individual securities. "The site feeds only those (buy or sell) reasons to investors that we think are relevant in the investment decision-making process," added Olson.
For more information, visit https://www.finstead.com/