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Investor Sentiment Index
Investor Sentiment Index is a proprietary index utilizing questionnaire data collected by QUICK Monthly Surveys (Equity). The index is calculated based on the stance of funds’ domestic stocks allocation ratios answered by domestic institutional investors (fund managers).
The index value ranges between 0 and 100, and above 50 indicates that domestic institutional investors are “Bullish” in their investment stance, while below 50 indicates that they are “Bearish”.
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News analysis
News analysis provides tag data and positive/negative scores estimated from Japanese reliable news sources from Nikkei, NQN and QUICK. This service has achieved a highly accurate analysis by applying natural language processing technology of Nikkei Financial Technology Research Institute (Nikkei FTRI).
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QUICK Consensus DI
QUICK Consensus DI is a proprietary macro indicator that shows the direction of analysts’ earnings forecasts. The changes in analysts' forecasts are processed into a diffusion index (DI) for better understanding.
The DI calculates by subtracting the ratio of “Bearish” from “Bullish” to total stocks. A positive DI means that the number of upward revision stocks exceeds downward revisions. QUICK classifies stocks as “Bullish” in the case of analysts revise their consolidated net income forecasts upward by 3% or more compared three months ago, while as “Bearish” in the case of downward. The stocks are for the forecasts of at least five analysts.
QUICK Consensus DI indicates whether the market-wide expectations for the performance of major companies are upward or downward. QUICK also provides industry sector-specific DI and cumulative DI to help you follow trends.
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Financial Results
Score
The Financial Results Score is a reference index which statistically calculates the degree of impact that financial results and revisions of results forecasts disclosed by companies have on stock prices. The reaction of stock prices to announcements of financial results and results forecasts will vary depending not only on how good or bad the announcement is but also on market assumptions and the degree to which its impact have been incorporated. The Financial Results Score takes major revenue items such as sales, classifies them based on comparisons with (1) the results of the previous term, (2) the latest company forecasts, and (3) market forecasts (QUICK consensus), and aggregates and calculates how similar patterns impacted past and subsequent stock prices. A positive Financial Results Score indicates that the current financial results will statistically boost stock prices, while a negative Financial Results Score indicates that similar financial results have led to falling stock prices in the past.
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Margin Trading
Restriction
Among the margin trading restrictions, the probability of measures being triggered to raise the customer margin ratio has been scored. The probability of the margin trading restriction being triggered is statistically forecasted based on the guidelines of the stock exchange and the past margin trading balances which had been subject to the restrictions. The probability of incurring premium charges is statistically calculated from past margin trading balances and balances of loans for margin trading.
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