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Industry Measure: Ratio of Bullish to Bearish All-Star Traders Picks

by Brian Brown, 3115 days ago
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There are several ways to measure and compare the strength of different industries. A unique way to do this is to calculate the number All-Star Trader picks for each one of these industries and compare the different values.

All-Star Trader Picks refers to the number of picks an U.S. Stock is getting from all-star investors/traders. An all-star trader is a trader that have a high accuracy in predicting whether a particular stock will outperform or underperform the S&P 500 index in the next few days (CAPS rating above 80% - For more information please visit the Motley Fool website - http://caps.fool.com).
Here is how to download all-star picks data: All-Star Traders Outperform/Underperform Picks for US Stocks.

This screen returns the total number of bullish all-star picks divided by the number of bearish all-star picks for each industry. Above one, the number of bullish traders is higher than the number of bearish traders. However, due to the fact that traders are more optimistic than pessimistic, we may consider that the overall sentiment of a particular industry is bullish if the ratio value is higher than 5.

The higher the bullish number of all-star picks for a given industry the higher the bullish to bearish ratio value.

This screen do not use any trading rule; it simply displays the number of bullish/bearish picks, the stock's industry and the bullish to bearish ratio for each U.S. stock that pass the screen criteria.
If what you need is to display the market sentiment ratio per industry then you can use the Pivot table tool (Set Industries in rows and the bullish/bearish ratio in a column).


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