2.2 Pro Chart

The Pro Chart allows users to view trends for tickers based on all the different data types in one place. The dropdown in the top right lets you select a ticker to analyze. The dropdown options at the top of the page allows you to select different data types to display for the chosen ticker.

We see that all Google data, Reddit, TikTok, Wiki, Web Traffic, iOS, Android, and Amazon data can be viewed on the Pro Chart. We also see the integration of fundamental financial data now like EPS, Revenue, and Earnings Transcripts.

Choosing “Trends” under “Google” for example will give a result like this where the user can adjust the “Period” and “Moving Average.”

The bottom of the page has a Quick Add option which lets the user select a type of data source and input a new value to add in association with the selected ticker.

This feature lets the user quickly add any keyword from the “Analyze” section, however, as will be shown later, custom trend terms can also be added in the “Manage” section.

"Value" shows similar keywords relevant to the company AI-generated based on similarity to the inputted word. This greatly simplifies the users keyword adding process and gives users ideas of what terms to analyze.

When users check the “Pro” button, they can view all the social, web and trend terms they choose alongside the price of the stock over the given time period selected.

In this case, we checked "Price" under "Financial", “Trend” under “Google”, and "Web" under "Traffic". The user can specify the “Period” on the top left to get trend/stock price chart data all in one view. In “Extra Data” the user can add another term from other stocks if they want to compare and contrast.

Towards the bottom left of the chart we see the ability to add moving averages to the data values.

The Pro Chart as whole allows the user to simultaneously view stock performance and the performance of social, web or trend terms related to the stock being analyzed. This serves as a valuable tool to productively and efficiently process data in an easy to read format.

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