The Dims Daily Quant watch is a useful tool for investors seeking to make informed, rational decisions about their investments. It offers a comprehensive, objective overview of the current market conditions by considering factors such as the Debt, Industry and Market Segment, Currency, and Commodities Current Era. By analyzing all relevant data, the watch helps investors gain a better understanding of the various forces at play in the market and make informed, confident decisions about their investments. This can be particularly helpful in volatile or uncertain market conditions, when it can be easy to make decisions based on emotions or subjective opinions. The Dims Daily Quant watch helps investors navigate the market and achieve their financial goals by providing objective, data-driven analysis.
In addition to the quant-based program, the Dims Daily Quant watch can also assist the Global Macro Tracker and the Global Macro Play Sheet in terms of timing the changing of macro regimes. By continuously monitoring key economic indicators and analyzing the data, the Dims Daily Quant watch can help to identify when a shift from one regime to another may be imminent. This can be especially helpful for investors who are looking to position their portfolios in anticipation of a change in the economic environment. By providing timely and accurate data, the Dims Daily Quant watch can help to inform the decisions of the Global Macro Tracker and the Global Macro Play Sheet and can ultimately help investors to make more informed and confident investment decisions.
The Dims Daily Quant watch is published on Twitter every day from 9:00 to 12:00 Eastern Time. This allows investors and other interested parties to stay up-to-date with the latest market conditions and to make informed decisions about their investments. By providing regular updates, the Dims Daily Quant watch helps investors to stay informed about changes in the market and to respond quickly to any potential opportunities or risks that may arise. Daily Dims are published here on this twitter account below.
Ticker: A symbol is a unique identification code for a security.
Description: Full name of the symbol.
Price: Close price from yesterday.
Daily % Change: Current daily percentage change is the 1-day price change of a security.
Quarterly % Change: Current daily percentage change is the 3 month price change of a security.
10 Day Rolling Realized Volatility: is a measure of a security's price volatility over a 10-day period.
20 Day Rolling Realized Volatility: is a measure of a security's price volatility over a 20-day period.
60 Day Rolling Realized Volatility: is a measure of a security's price volatility over a 60-day period.
Option Premium / Discount: Option premium is influenced by historical and realized volatility, which are measures of price fluctuation. Historical volatility looks back at past price changes and realized volatility measures actual price changes. Higher levels of either usually result in higher option premiums.
Adaptive Bands: technical analysis tools that are used to gauge the risk or potential volatility of a security by showing the high and low range of prices.
EOS: Extreme Oversold
EOB: Extreme Overbought
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