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MarketPsych Data offers a wide range of products and services, and we are actively adding more to accomodate a diverse user base represented by active traders, journalists, and researchers. Please tell us what you are interested in:

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MarketPsych Data offers a wide range of products and services, and we are actively adding more to accomodate a diverse user base represented by active traders, journalists, and researchers. Please tell us what you are interested in:

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Decoding Investor Sentiment

MarketPsych LLC is a leader in behavioral finance research and consulting, integrating the competitive advantages derived from behavioral economics into data and research for the world's largest investment banks, hedge funds and brokerages.

"From the tens of thousands of newspaper articles, blogs, corporate presentations and Twitter messages being analysed every day, MarketPsych builds a picture of investor feelings about 6,000 companies." – Financial Times, July 16, 2010

We offer three products:

  1. DATA: The world's most comprehensive sentiment and macroeconomic data produced in partnership with Thomson Reuters. Please see the brochure for the Thomson Reuters MarketPsych Indices here.
  2. RESEARCH: Behavioral market research and investment recommendations: MarketPsychInvest.
  3. NEWSLETTER: Stay up to date on the psychology driving global asset prices with the leading behavioral investing newsletter.

Please explore our sentiment-based investment tools or contact us for more information.

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Country by Country 12 Month Market Risk Index

This index is also called the Bubbleometer. It measures the amount of financial speculation globally. Darker colors indicate greater speculative activity. This index is significantly inversely correlated with future country one year stock index, currency, and GDP change.

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"Richard Peterson has captured a fundamentally new and important way to understand financial markets and our behavior in them."

Paul Zak PhD, Director, Center for Neuroeconomics Studies.

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