Join the Swarm: Invest in the Power of Collective Conviction

By Jamie Wise, Founder & CEO of BUZZ Holdings ULC

What people are saying about stocks matters more than ever before—and they are saying a lot more than ever before. Today’s individual investors collaborate, discuss, share insights, express opinions and debate the merits of investment opportunities across a range of online platforms. Tapping into the sentiment from these communities can identify trends that potentially impact stock performance.

In this white paper, we will explore:

  • Sentiment and the power of collective conviction.
  • How the emergence of investment-specific online platforms changed the game for individual investors.
  • Measuring, tracking and understanding the impact of sentiment.
  • Incorporating sentiment insights into a portfolio.

Click here to read the BUZZ White Paper - Join the Swarm: Invest in the Power of Collective Conviction

Originally published by VanEck, 3/11/21


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