Understanding the Difference Between Our Trader & Investor Recommendations

One of the hallmarks of both our SFTW Trader and SFTW Investor applications is the abundance of fresh, daily stock picks.  While sometimes it is a good thing to have multiple options, sometimes having too much to choose from can seem overwhelming.

Here’s a quick overview to help you decide which recommendations are best for you right now.

SFTW Trader Daily Recommendations

SFTW Trader recommendations suggest stocks with a likelihood of growth in the near-term.

  • Up to 30 daily recommendations
  • Highlights stocks with high potential for short-term price movement
  • Based on open, high, low, close, and volume of stocks
  • Surfaces daily trends in sectors & industries

SFTW Investor Daily Recommendations

SFTW Trader recommendations suggest stocks with a likelihood of growth in the long-term.

  • Up to 30 daily recommendations
  • Highlights stocks with high potential for long-term growth in value
  • Provides long-term timing signal
  • Uses our proprietary “safety score” rating to determine likelihood of growth

These are the primary recommendations you’ll find easily accessible on the dashboard of either application.  Our SFTW Investor application also includes two additional ways to surface stock recommendations, all refreshed daily:

  • Top 30 Undervalued/Overvalued Stocks:  In the recommendations menu, we display the top 30 undervalued stocks across our entire database of 2,000+ stocks.  These are the stocks that have a high Safety Score from our propriety algorithm, but are currently priced lower than what we estimate their actual value to be.
  • Push Button Portfolios:  In the watchlist menu, you’ll see the option to create a Push Button Portfolio.  These are essentially “pre-made” watchlists, updated daily, based on various themes. Currently featured are Popular Stocks, Diversified Stocks, Bullish Trending Stocks, Bearish Trending Stocks, and High Risk Trader Stocks.   Read more about each Push Button Portfolio here.

 

For additional information, see our support page on the differences between the SFTW Trader & SFTW Investor applications overall.

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Written by Andy Hayes

is a lifestyle expert and runs his own online magazine, Plum Deluxe. Andy is based in Portland, Oregon.

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