One of the features in our 2021 roadmap is our unique Trifecta analysis (working title).
Using this simple tool, which will be powered by thousands of data points from readily available financial data and our 48,000 strong Crowd, we seek to empower users with the ability to screen equities, at a glance, and identify companies with high growth potential.
At this early, conceptual stage we’d really appreciate your feedback. To this end, please review the concept imagery below:
In each example, we will ask our Active Pynksters to review individual public companies. Users will be asked to rate each company on 3 main criteria - Momentum, Quality and Value. Using these insights, we will assign a score for that company, to each category.
In example 1, we can see the crowd data rating for ‘Quality’ - represented by the darker blue colour - is quite high, signifying strength in this area. In the second and third examples, the crowd data is represented by the pink colour. In these examples, the rating for ‘Quality’ is 1, which would tell us the crowd believes that the company in question has underperformed in this area.
The idea is that our users can leverage this both to gain quick insights into public companies in anticipation of conducting deeper analysis, and as a monitoring tool to stay up to date with the evolution of public companies’ prospects over time.
But what do you think?
Which option do you prefer? Both aesthetically and logically speaking. DO you have suggestions on how we could make this data easier to understand. We welcome your ideas, feel free to upload sketches of your ideas or just some general comments.