Once the Spanish stock market closes (around 17.30 pm) our platform downloads the new market data, makes the predictions and generates the pdf documents that you will receive in your email every day (around 19.00 pm) with the next day’s predictions. This mechanism works as long as the subscription is active. The subscription starts the day after the payment is made. However, the same day we will try to send you the best opportunities of the day so that you can get acclimatized.

Since we are not a trading platform, nor an investment fund, and we are only dedicated to provide predictions about the evolution of the market and what may be the best opportunities, obviously the profitability depends on the operation of each client. However, our algorithms have been tested on historical data and when we give an entry among the best opportunities it is usually fulfilled in the range of one week. We refer our clients to our disclaimer (Disclaimer – StockFink), which we remind here.

StockFink analyzes the past values of the different Ibex35 stocks and makes an estimate of their future value, which is called the percentiles of the value. The 50th percentile for example is the value of the stock below which 50% of the predictions are found. Based on these percentiles we quantify the uncertainty of a stock’s value for the next day. This is presented in a very simple thermometer with five prediction zones: there is a strong buy zone, a buy zone, a hold zone, a sell zone and a strong sell zone. Although the strategies are specific to each user, we recommend buying low and selling at a reasonable price. Our algorithms are updated every day at the close of the market, so they take into account the latest price variations to make the predictions.

Our market exit has been restricted to the Ibex35, given that it has approximately 9 million investors, but we are preparing the exit for other international markets, the main European stock exchanges, the American and Asian markets. Our next exit will be the Nasdaq. We also plan to expand our methodology to cryptocurrencies and real-time Forex in the near future.

It is the price at which it is recommended to sell a stock when going long, and instead of going up, it goes down. For example, suppose the price of a stock on strong buy is 10 euros and we plan to sell at 10.20 on the same day, but the stock starts to fall below 10 euros against our predictions. If we set the sell stop-loss at 9.80, then a sell order will be sent to the market for all shares at that price and we will have limited the loss to 0.20 euros per share. The same would be true for a buyback stop-loss in case of a short entry. It is advisable to have well-calculated stop-losses so that small market fluctuations do not lead to unwanted selling. These prices are marked with Stop-loss (long) and Stop-loss (short), respectively.

It is the stock market index that includes the 35 most important companies in Spain. The stock exchange is the place where companies are financed in the cheapest possible way. There are also the IbexC (medium-sized companies) and IbexS (small-sized companies). The positions we provide have a maturity period of one week.

Depending on the direction is the theoretical profit (upward) or loss (downward) assumed for a number N of shares.

It is an entry against the market, i.e. selling at a high price (sell or strong sell zone) and recovering the share (buying it) at a lower price, earning the difference. This is called a CFD (contract for difference). Short entries, although difficult to understand for a neophyte, are necessary to give fluidity to the market. In other words, the stock market does not only move upwards. What we recommend to people who are starting out in this world is never to go short, but to try to buy low and sell at what the market will allow (long entries).
The idea is to buy a stock in the strong buy/buy zone and sell it in the hold (first sell zone), sell (second sell zone) and strong sell (third sell zone) zones. The probability of selling a buy in a day is much higher if it is sold in the first zone and decreases as we set sell prices in the second and third zones. For example, the 10th percentile of a stock is the value at which 90% of the predictions provided by our algorithms exceed that value. It is therefore a good buy indicator. The 90th percentile on the other hand would indicate that only 10% of the ad-futurum predictions exceed this value, and indicates perhaps a good time to consider closing a long position.

To trade the stock market you will need to register with a broker or buy the shares through your bank. StockFink only provides the predictions of the best opportunities, but the decisions, i.e. the actual trading, are up to the user. At the moment our platform has no connection with any broker platform.

Note that our algorithms predict the range of variability of a stock and compare its current price with respect to the immediate past. In this case our algorithms indicate that the stock is cheap, therefore, it is a good time to buy if the client does not own it to make it mature on a weekly cycle, or if the client owns it, it is not a good time to sell. Obviously the users of our application can make whatever decision they see fit, but they will not be following the prediction of our platform.

This indicates that the stock is expensive, therefore, in principle, it is not a good time to buy if the client does not own it, or if the client already owns it, it is time to consider selling in a short-term (weekly) trading strategy. Obviously the users of our application can take the decision they see fit, but they will not be following the prediction of our platform.

These are the support and/or resistance lines determined intelligently and automatically by our algorithms. A support is a price that supports a downward movement of the stock and a resistance is a price that would prevent a rise.

Our analyses are not based on technical analysis techniques, but we do use these indicators to confirm our predictions. We use techniques from artificial intelligence and applied mathematics (uncertainty analysis and optimization theory) to establish the (second-order) uncertainty of stocks. Based on this analysis and on Machine Learning and Deep Learning techniques, the best opportunities are established in an objective and agnostic way. We also have algorithms that perform portfolio optimization. StockFink’s algorithm is proprietary and protected by international patents.

Our market exit has been restricted to the Ibex35, given that it has approximately 9 million investors, but we are preparing the exit for other international markets, the main European stock exchanges, the American and Asian markets. Our next exit will be the Nasdaq. We also plan to expand our methodology to cryptocurrencies and real-time Forex in the near future.

The stock market prediction problem can be performed with its associated uncertainty. It is not a matter of predicting the future value of a stock, which has a degree of uncertainty inherent in the daily progress of the market and financial news, but of predicting the possible expectations of the value of the stock based on its historical price. Once this prediction is made, it is possible to objectively establish which stocks are “cheap” and which are “expensive” with respect to their historical prices. It should be remembered that in the stock market, past profits do not imply future profits.

Yes, of the best opportunities and of all the actions of the day. Our goal is to win your trust so that you can make optimal decisions. We also provide one free prediction a week for people who want to see how our methodology works.

It is the price at which it is recommended to sell a stock when going long, and instead of going up, it goes down. For example, suppose the price of a stock on strong buy is 10 euros and we plan to sell at 10.20 on the same day, but the stock starts to fall below 10 euros against our predictions. If we set the sell stop-loss at 9.80, then a sell order will be sent to the market for all shares at that price and we will have limited the loss to 0.20 euros per share. The same would be true for a buyback stop-loss in case of a short entry. It is advisable to have well-calculated stop-losses so that small market fluctuations do not lead to unwanted selling. These prices are marked with Stop-loss (long) and Stop-loss (short), respectively.