Introducing The MarketReader Minute AI-Powered Premarket Newsletter

Introducing The MarketReader Minute AI-Powered Premarket Newsletter

Are you tired of missing big market moves at the start of each trading day? Or would you simply like to know what key assets are moving and why? The MarketReader Minute is a different kind of premarket newsletter — it is powered by AI technology that automatically...

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Our MarketReader Journey

Our MarketReader Journey

A note from MarketReader Co-Founder and CEO Jens Nordvig on our journey so far, and what the future holds: 

Starting a company is hard. But when you can see that the product you are building will allow millions of users to understand the world better and faster, the pain is worth it.

How Do Macro Events Impact Different Market Sectors?

How Do Macro Events Impact Different Market Sectors?

MarketReader continually monitors every asset in the market and identifies the reason behind each unusual price movement. Ahead of the September FOMC meeting, we share unique insights into how macro events impact different market sectors.

Reading the Market: First Horizon Plummets

Reading the Market: First Horizon Plummets

On May 4, First Horizon Corp (FHN) stock plummeted over 40% since the previous close due to the termination of a merger agreement with Toronto-Dominion Bank.

MarketReader captured this news immediately when it hit the market at 6 am ET.

Reading the Market: FRC and the US Banking System

Reading the Market: FRC and the US Banking System

MarketReader tracks the drivers of price action as they happen. 

This weekend provided a great example of the system in action, as First Republic Bank ($FRC) was nearly put into FDIC receivership.

Reading the Market: Homebuilding Sector / 4.20.23

Reading the Market: Homebuilding Sector / 4.20.23

With MarketReader, users can quickly identify drivers of price movement across an entire sector.

Today, the homebuilding sector was in focus, with many surprised by the sub-industry’s very strong performance.

Not All Volatility Is Created Equal

Not All Volatility Is Created Equal

Nearly all investors ask the question, “why is this asset moving?” Knowing the driver of a market movement is key to understanding the answer.

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