"The price of a stock and the value of its businesses are almost never identical."
Mathematical modeling refers to the ability to identify opportunities through pre-programmed mathematically-weighted equations. If a typical investor follows eight (8) equities during any given time period, the chances that he or she has a clear understanding of the dynamics of said equities has a fairly high probability of being an accurate statement. Now imagine, if they wanted to drop a much bigger net across a sea of thousands of possible equity investment opportunities. A net large enough to capture possible companies that were still fairly unknown to the average investor. One can easily grasp the difficulty in trying to gain an understanding across say 3,000 equities, continuously. This is where mathematical modeling affords the investor armed with these analytical tools a signifcant advantage over those retail investors operating without. Not only does it help uncover generally unknown companies to the typical retail investor, it also plays a major role in identifying when to enter and exit even the most well-known of companies.
Our founder is well-versed in higher-end mathematics from differential equations to multivariable calculus. He learned at a very young age, the power of mathematics, the significance in an ability to understand the theories and ultimately the advantages it afforded those who became fluent in the language. The ability to wade through large amounts of streamed data can afford the average investor the ultimate advantage. The on-line business model chosen here is to provide those results in a monthly executive summary for members of the site. We are not trying to hand out possible tools that will aid the average investor if he/she has the large amounts of time, experience and understanding to maybe be better off than they were previously. Our goal is to advise you of what we recognize to be opportunities before the rest of the market realizes the opportunity exists. The only way to significantly out-perform the market over time is to be positioned in front of the general masses more often than not. This is What We Do.