That's why we feel confident in opening our playing hand and challenging ourselves publicly in order to definitively prove the validity of our unique model.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 19, 2009
As stocks, currencies and commodities continue to swing unpredictably, people around the world are rapidly turning to the predictions made on Twitter by a user named "BAMinvestor" for help. Unlike the other analysts and stock market gurus promoting hot stock tips on Twitter these days, the man behind the username isn't a man at all; it's a machine--and one that's focused on outperforming its human competitors on Wall Street.
Just over a month ago, BAM Investor, decided to do something no other hedge fund financial model has done before: share stock, currency and commodity market predictions publicly on Twitter in real-time. Now they're going to take it even further by issuing a public challenge on Dr. Corey Gold's Noon Balloon (KSCO AM 1030), one of California's biggest radio talk shows, that the BAM Model Portfolio (BMP) will grow by at least 20% between November 19, 2009 and January 8, 2010. If their model portfolio fails to perform, BAM Investor will refund 100% of the subscription cost to everyone who signed up during this time period.
Traditionally, complex financial models were only available to big budget institutional investors and hedge funds as the closely guarded tools that separate them from regular individual investors. But founder J.G. Savoldi wanted to prove the validity of BAM's unique prediction engine (or 'Behavioral Analysis of Markets' model) and help regular individuals navigate the current stock market crisis by making the model open to everyone.
"BAM Investor is the first objective financial model based on this type of behavioral analysis. This means that unlike traditional models, the more emotional people get and the more the markets swing out of control, the more accurate our model becomes," said J.G. Savoldi, founder, BAM Investor. "That's why we feel confident in opening our playing hand and challenging ourselves publicly in order to definitively prove the validity of our unique model."
As a 20 year pioneer of behavioral analysis, founder J.G. Savoldi is frequently sought out by financial news media for his expert commentary on how irrational human behaviors affect prices of traded markets and how human behavioral analysis can be used to predict these market prices with extreme precision.
After a series of very accurate market calls, news of the BAM Model's predictions soon spread like wildfire through a flurry of blog and Twitter comments, fueled further by coverage in major online technology news sites, including TechCrunch and VentureBeat. Now there are more than 1,500 people from countries all over the world following "BAMinvestor" on Twitter with more joining every day.
BAM Investor Proves Wall Street Analysts Wrong
On October 5th, "BAMinvestor" tweeted, "We believe wheat is about to go vertical"--at a time when many Wall Street analysts were predicting a fall in wheat prices. Then four days later, the USDA October Crop Production Report indicated another negative outlook for the future of wheat prices.
So who was right, man or machine? Chalk one up for the machine. Due to adverse weather conditions, which traditional analysis cannot account for, the wheat market posted the largest advance for the month of October in over fifty years!
That's not all that was posted. When the team at BAM opened up their Twitter account they found this stunning message from an avid follower:
"Took your Wheat suggestion in early Oct [and] we're up 1000%."
That post even surprised Mr. Savoldi. "A 1000% gain is certainly unusual and it indicates that some individuals are using the options market as a way to leverage our model's predictions. We're not going to tell people what to do with their own money, but we certainly hope they understand the risks involved."
When asked if this man became a subscriber, Mr. Savoldi laughed. "Yes, he's a subscriber and I'd imagine he'll be with us for a long, long time."
In addition to basic predictions on Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/baminvestor), BAM Investor also provides individual investors with free market analysis, reports, videos and whitepapers on its blog (http://www.baminvestor.com/blog).
The company also offers an entire suite of paid subscription products all based on its unique behavioral analysis model, including a real-time Early Warning System (EWS) and BAM Model Portfolio (BMP) that acts like a mini hedge fund that individual investors can follow. Today, BAM Investor issued a landmark challenge to themselves that if the BMP doesn't rise at least 20% between November 19, 2009 and January 8, 2010, they will refund 100% of the subscription cost to everyone who signed up during this period. To learn more or subscribe, visit: http://www.baminvestor.com.
About BAM Investor (http://www.baminvestor.com):
BAM Investor is an unbiased, model driven stock, currency and commodity market analysis and prediction service covering global macro markets. BAMInvestor.com provides individual investors with a range of resources aimed at targeting decisive investment and trading ideas based on human behavioral analysis. BAMInvestor.com also offers access to their live "BMP" (BAM Model Portfolio) making it easy for individual investors to see the exact Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) they are invested in to take advantage of the global opportunities the BAM model has identified. Founder J.G. Savoldi is a twenty year pioneer in behavioral analysis modeling and is sought by the financial news media for his expert commentary on how irrational human behaviors affect stock market prices.
Disclosure: BAM Investor is not a licensed broker, broker-dealer, market maker, investment banker, investment advisor, analyst or underwriter. Our discussions, analysis and predictions are derived by our interpretation of our proprietary model's readings, and should not be misconstrued as an investment recommendation or advice in any form. It should be clearly understood by anyone viewing this press release or related materials that investing in the stock market carries with it inherent risks and uncertainties. The actual results of a stock or commodity or currency could differ materially from descriptions given. There is a risk for substantial losses trading securities and commodities. Material and commentary provided is for information purposes only and should not be construed as an offer or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any securities.
Director of Marketing, BAM Investor