How it works

We are an information logistics company making market research faster by prioritizing data sources and cutting out non-value adding activities.

RaddaR is a pioneering fintech platform aimed at providing up-to-date investment signals to broad market audience.

Learn more on how to become a RaddaR user and leverage all of its power.

How it works

Incoming data

  • Institutional forecasts (e.g. Goldman Sachs)
  • Most followed traders opinions (e.g. Tradingview)
  • Algo-trading signals (e.g. Stocksharp)
  • Technical indicators (e.g. MACD)
  • Open interest (Bull vs. Bear ratio)

RaddaR Hexagon

Collects trading signals from multiple open sources for further analysis. Our data aggregation approach makes use of diverse tools including webparsers, integrated APIs and manual input. Processing unit recomputes pooled dataset into a single actionable metric by applying a variety of proprietary numerical methods. The output than instantly appears in Strength Calculator widget on the user's dashboard.

RaddaR Dashboard

RaddaR Dashboard allows you to monitor market sentiment towards multiple assets under various investment horizons. Hexagon processes incoming signals into an easy-to-navigate graphical form. Dashboard maximizes efficiency of market data consumption by keeping it all in a single screen.

  • Strength Calculator
  • Number of signals used
  • Real-time chart
  • Easily comparable signal widgets for each vendor group
  • Buy/Sell signal alert treshold

RaddaR Notifications

For those who require more time-sensitive approach, we present RaddaR Signals - our bespoke alert service, where you can arrange settings according to your own preferences;

  • Assets of interest
  • Investment horizon
  • Alert settings
  • Notification method
  • Set signal strength treshold at which you`ll receive alerts
  • Connect your alert system to:
    • E-mail
    • Telegram bot
  • Choose assets that interests you
  • E-mail
  • Telegram Bot

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