My main concern with OutsideIntel has always been about setting expectations about what we can and cannot see and what sorts of information we think are likely to be found amongst the huge volumes of data I must search through. It’s important to set expectations. OutsideIntel can’t guarantee that there won’t be external factors that are outside of our control or ability to analyze – indeed, that happens all the time. Like when GoPro’s shares tanked more than 10% in a day because their mounts were allegedly related to an F1 driver’s brain injury caused while skiing. OutsideIntel can’t predict risk factors that we can’t see. However, what we have found is that barring external factors the data is very reliable, useful and unique. So using this data in context with other signals is useful when doing buying/selling, for M&A and for competitive analysis. When making a decision, the more useful data you have the better – and that’s what OutsideIntel’s technology provides.
Examples Of Signals We Often Can See/Do Take Into Account (currently)
- Corporate growth/recession
- New product/feature launches
- New/Existing Vendors
- New/Existing Partners
- Customer lists
- Geographic expansion
Examples Of Signals We Often Can’t See/Don’t Take Into Account (currently)
- Consumer sentiment
- Lawsuits, including Copyright/Patents infringement
- Weather/Force mejeure
- Confidential IPOs
- Human Resource issues
- Brick and mortar attributes/sales/P&L
Almost twenty years since I first came up with this market stock intelligence idea, I can now deliver valuable output that gives our investors a unique vision into companies that is otherwise totally invisible, except to the most sophisticated analysis. Rather than having to be an analyst yourself, I’ve made stock tips easy to digest, easy to prioritize and most importantly, actionable. You don’t need a doctorate in computer science to understand OutsideIntel results.
And now for a brief but important note from my lawyer to further set expectations:
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