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Perspective - Turning Point Analytics (TPA) uses its proprietary Trend-Range strategy to provide clients with a technical and strategic overlay to their fundamental or macro process.
Price Levels - Trend-Range determines whether a security is trending or rangebound and sets inflection points accordingly.
Monitoring - Alerts are identified and evaluated regularly.
High Conviction - If an alert meets all of the requirements, it becomes a high conviction buy or sell recommendation, which is sent to subscribers.
Discipline - Each recommendation includes a target and a stop.
Idea generation - The Trend-Range process generates new buy and sell ideas on a regular basis.
TPA has been serving large and medium size institutional clients for over 10 years. TPA's clients are some of the largest money managers in the world. Clients usually compensate TPA throught CSA, but TPA can also be paid through hard dollar or by trading with Rosenblatt Securities. A list of TPA CSA blokers can be found below...
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