…FIRST MOVER IN MEASURING THE FINANCIAL

IMPACT OF NARRATIVES

"We need to incorporate the contagion of narratives into economic theory. Otherwise, we remain blind to a very real, very palpable, very important mechanism for economic change, as well as a crucial element for economic forecasting."

Robert J. Shiller

Nobel laureate in economics

Get unique value through data on narratives

Trader Voice provides a strong overview of the narratives in the financial world, and their impact on for instance S&P 500

Quantified narrative overview

Quantified overview of the economic narratives and their impact on the financial markets.

Dedicated application for each individual customer

This is delivered through a dedicated application for each individual customer, where they see a condensed, simplified, visual, in-depth and context-explaining data output through graphs and models.

In direct contact with us

Our customers can contact us directly, daily, and the models are updated daily.

Why Trader Voice and what problems do we solve?

Mutual funds and news media lack a quantified overview of economic narratives that affect the financial markets. Mutual funds need insight into the economic narratives that exist among private investors, in the media and on social media, and which through their expansion, tone and intensity influence the financial markets.

Time

Overflow af information and the time factor:

It is very resource-intensive, time-consuming and can be an almost impossible task, to stay up to date with the flow of all financial information, via news media and SOME.
News media cover large amounts of news and narratives, but which narratives do private investors think are the most important? There is no data on that today.
The result is that if an organization wants to follow the flow of narratives, a lot resources must be allocated in the form of time to solve this daily task.

Untapped potential

Investment advice and investment decisions are currently based on guesswork, news reading, SOME reading, fundamental analysis and / or traditional financial time series.

Institutions with a high amount of data have a better basis for making quality decisions, but overall, the lack of data on narratives and narrative contexts means that institutions have a blind spot that lowers the basis for making quality decisions.

Trader Voice as your solution

Based on investor surveys, news articles and social media scraping, Trader Voice offers a quantified daily and periodic overview of financial narratives. Trader Voice’s interactive platform allows users to identify narratives, their expansion, importance, tone, and their possible relationships to financial and macroeconomic variables.

  • Better market-understanding

  • New source of information

  • More information in less time

  • Better investment and advice

  • Daily updates on the interactive platform

Why Trader Voice and what problems do we solve?

Mutual funds and news media lack a quantified overview of economic narratives that affect the financial markets. Mutual funds need insight into the economic narratives that exist among private investors, in the media and on social media, and which through their expansion, tone and intensity influence the financial markets.

Time

Overflow af information and the time factor:

It is very resource-intensive, time-consuming and can be an almost impossible task, to stay up to date with the flow of all financial information, via news media and SOME.
News media cover large amounts of news and narratives, but which narratives do private investors think are the most important? There is no data on that today.
The result is that if an organization wants to follow the flow of narratives, a lot of resources must be allocated in the form of time to solve this daily task.

Untapped potential

Investment advice and investment decisions are currently based on guesswork, news reading, SOME reading, fundamental analysis and / or traditional financial time series.

Institutions with a high amount of data have a better basis for making quality decisions, but overall, the lack of data on narratives and narrative contexts means that institutions have a blind spot that lowers the basis for making quality decisions.