PredictWallStreet: Predict & Forecast Stocks - Stock Market Predictions Online

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Together, we CAN predict the stock market.

Since 2013, our published Stock Forecasts have beaten the market by 10.1% annually.

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Stock Predictions: Made Easy

The stock market goes up and down, but savvy investors come out ahead over the long term. You don't need to be a hedge-fund manager or a billionaire. An ordinary individual investor can beat Wall Street at its own game. You just need to have information that gives you an edge. That's where we come in. We provide stock predictions that have beaten the market by 10.1% annually since 2013. Imagine where you might be now if you had started paying attention to our stock forecasts back then.

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How Do We Predict the Future of the Stock Market?

The results may seem like magic, but there is sophisticated math behind them. First, we harness the collective intelligence of online investors. Unlike other companies, we don't stop there. The data we collect is just the raw material for our complex analyses. Our founder, Dr. Craig Kaplan, the former CEO of IQ company and professor of computer science, created algorithms that can mine our huge collection of data to determine which of our collective predictions are most likely to be accurate and should be given the most weight.

These two layers — collecting massive quantities of useful data and ranking and analyzing them in subtle ways — combine to produce a model with the power to make market-beating predictions. We then add a third layer of information by identifying which individuals in our user base have been the most accurate in their stock predictions. With PredictWallStreet, you don't have to choose between the collective wisdom of the crowds or the expertise of the exceptional investors. We present you with actionable information from both, filtered through our algorithms that collect the data that has the strongest predictive power.