Free Software for comprehensive technical analysis of stocks
Gammath Stock Price-Opining Toolset (SPOT) is a comprehensive stock technical analysis software that is easy-to-use via its Graphical User Interface (GUI) and Command Line Interface (CLI). It takes watchlist as an input, collects necessary data from the Internet for the stocks on the watchlist, does technical analysis and algorithmically computes a stock analysis score [aka Gammath Score (gScore -- pronounced as "ga Score")] that is between -1 and +1 to indicate the degree to which the algorithm perceives the stock to be trading at a premium or at a discount. SPOT includes tools to compute estimated price projection, compute useful probabilities, estimate support and resistance level, compute stock news headlines sentiment analysis, generate gscores history, backtest a trading strategy (for short-/long-term and medium-/high risk) and screen stocks based on micro-gScores.
Please note that gScore is NOT G-Score/GScore as it differs from it in appearance, spelling, pronunciation, meaning, and sits on top of totally different stock analysis and scoring system.
[Gammath, SPOT and stylized g(m) are registered trade/service marks.]
released on 23 September 2023
Salyl Bhagwat, Craigt
4 February 2022
Leaders and contributors
|Salyl S. Bhagwat (Salylsb)||Founder, CEO, void *Engineer|
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 23 September 2023.
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