DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ModernIR, the leader in providing equity market-structure insight and analytics to public companies, has announced the launch of its new Market Structure Report, a core communication vehicle designed to help public companies understand and consistently monitor market structure.
The intuitive report is Tableau-powered and in graphical format, delivering detail and insight on what’s impacting a company’s stock price. The report includes six key market structure metrics in dashboard format displaying what trading behavior is setting stock price, whether shares are fairly valued, if and when shares are overbought or oversold, whether shares are shorted, and where price is forecast to be in the near term.
“The biggest problem we solve is that companies struggle to understand and meaningfully measure the equity market now,” said Tim Quast, ModernIR president. “The new report is aimed at making market structure intuitive for anyone, from the head of investor relations to the chairman of the board. The technology behind the report provides significant improvement in how to view and quickly understand data.”
In launching the new report, ModernIR’s goal, according to Quast, was “to make the complex simple and to continually improve our product. ModernIR is focused on making market data holistic, actionable, predictive and consistent. Companies today get bewildering seas of market data. What matters is delivering meaning and actions efficiently.”
Supporting the new report, ModernIR is also introducing a best practices guide on Market Structure Analytics. Titled Five Essential Best Practices for Market Structure Analytics, the guide outlines critical elements in measuring market structure as a core IR discipline, from communicating key messages about stock-valuation to management, to early warnings on Activism. A digital version of the guide is available at no charge to IR professionals by contacting ModernIR via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 2005, Denver-based ModernIR is the only financial technology firm modeling broker trade-executions with proprietary software and algorithms, translating trading data into measurements of the price-setting behavior of money for companies seeking better understanding of contemporary equity markets. With more than a decade of technology leadership, ModernIR is the largest next-generation provider of market intelligence to public companies. For more information, visit www.modernir.com.