Software for technical analysis of stocks
Gammath™ Stock Price-Opining Toolset is a comprehensive stock technical analysis software that takes watchlist as an input, collects necessary data from the Internet for analysis of the stocks on the watchlist, does technical analysis and algorithmically computes a gScore (between -1 and +1) for the stocks to indicate the degree at which the algorithm perceives the stock to be trading at a premium or at a discount. gScores can be used like an indicator in making a buy/sell/hold decision on the stock. The toolset also computes estimated price projection, useful probabilities, current estimated support and resistance level etc. that can be incorporated in decision-making. A tool to generate gScore history (for correlation) and a tool to backtest a trading strategy are also provided. Backtester tool also includes a default strategy (long-term and short-term) for testing and to generate daily buy/sell recommendation based on the chosen strategy and provided watchlist.
released on 27 January 2023
Salyl Bhagwat, Craigt
4 February 2022
Leaders and contributors
|Salyl S. Bhagwat (Salylsb)||Founder, CEO, void *Engineer|
Resources and communication
|Required to use||backtesting|
|Required to use||yfinance|
|Required to use||statsmodels|
|Required to use||scikit-learn|
|Required to use||numpy|
|Required to use||pykalman|
|Required to use||matplotlib|
|Required to use||pandas_datareader|
|Required to use||pandas|
|Required to use||ta-lib|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 27 January 2023.
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