We evaluate the companies' profitablity by analyzing their balance sheet and financials.
Historical performance is a key indicator. We are convinced that trends will continue.
In addition to the individual performance, the overall market trend also plays an important role.
You can easily trade our top picks with your broker. They all have heavy trading volume.
Our rating ensures that no penny stocks are recommended as Hexagon Buy.
The strategy is designed for mid/large caps. Therefore we take market capitalization into account.
Hexagon Finance provides information on public listed companies as well as general algorithm-based stock recommendations. This information and recommendations do not take into account users' personal and financial circumstances, needs and objectives and are intended only to assist users in making independent investment decisions. The aforementioned information does not constitute a solicitation to buy, hold or sell securities.
The information on Hexagon Finance does not claim to be complete and is intended to provide an overview of the topics covered. Although Hexagon Finance makes every possible effort to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the data and information, Hexagon Finance does not guarantee the underlying data and information provided by our partner IEX Cloud Services LLC.
The Hexagon Finance Buy Backtest is created and executed on QuantConnect, an open-source, cloud based algorithmic trading platform. Our historical Hexagon Finance Backtest starts with 01. January 2004 and lasts until 31. January 2021. The Hexagon Finance Backtest will be continuously updated.
Trades are executed on the first trading day of each month at 16:00 UTC + 1. The portfolio is rebalanced on a monthly basis. Order fees of 0.005$ per share (minimum of $1.00) of the respective trade are charged. (Total of -19.988,96$)
The Hexagon Finance Backtest results relate to historical price and fundamental data. A prediction of the share performance is not possible. Due to different data providers (QuantConnect Backtest and Hexagon Finance), there may be discrepancies in ratings.