Deshe Analytics helps you make better trading decisions by issuing reports and in-depth analysis on over 44,000 companies from all over the world, in a few seconds.
Summarized and easy-to-read AI-generated equity research reports in any language. This reports includes the companies balance sheet, income statement, cash flow & the fundamental Strengths & Weaknesses.
Corporate events are important because it provides investors with crucial information about the company’s progress, financial health, and overall performance. Corporate events, such as earnings releases, dividend payments, or mergers and acquisitions can have a significant impact on the stock price and investors need to be aware of these events.
A technical analysis report in trading is a document that provides an in-depth look at the performance of a security over a given period of time. The report may include such elements as a chart of the security's price history, along with trendlines, support and resistance levels, and other technical indicators.
Deshe's technology scans, analyzes and ranks all public equities and generates an easy-to-read fundamental equity research report for every stock, and in every language
Unmatched speed in generating equity reports, signals or short analysis snippets reducing time-to-analysis from weeks to hours.
Stay on top of your margin requirements with quick-glance summaries of potential deficiencies that help you avoid liquidation, and try “what if” Portfolio Margining to see your margin requirements using the Portfolio Margining system.
Create real-time alerts based on price, time, margin and volume that notify you of important changes in the market.
See daily executions as well as net trading activity by symbol in our expandable trade reports.
View P&L on your trading screen and in the Account window.
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