Our MAPsignals founders—Jason and Lucas—are best known for their timely market insights and profitable trade recommendations. When they’re not doing that, they often write detailed white papers for MAPsignals members and for their multi-billion-dollar money manager colleagues.
This broader commentary and deeper analysis on big picture investing ideas can be found in our ever-growing archive below. These institutional grade research reports, many of which are written in cooperation with Ivy League Masters students, are an invaluable resource for MAPsignals members who want to broaden their understanding of investing and the markets.
White Papers Library
Investors are always full of questions.
When do I buy? When do I sell?
Well, the Big Money Index is our best way of answering those questions. In this new white paper, we look at all overbought and oversold periods since 1990.
What we’ve found is this: being on the right side of the BMI is key. We think this indicator should be on every investor’s radar.
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Are the best stocks in your portfolio right now?
This white paper shows why it could be worth it to put outlier stocks in your portfolio.
Great stocks are like the best sports athletes. They are habitual winners.
We focus all of our effort on finding outlier winning stocks- the ones that crush all the others. Are we good at it? You bet we are! How do we do it? Simple – follow the big money.
Align Technology, Inc. (ALGN) is a familiar name to MAPsignals and is an outlier. It peaked at over +1620% since being identified by MAP in April 2011. Click the image below to download the Outliers white paper.
Jason Bodner studied seasonality patterns in stocks going back to 1990. There are certain times of the year where the bulls tend to run wild.
But what about marrying bullish seasonality with our powerful Big Money Index? He asks that question and more. This white paper was written for Navellier & Associates! Click the image below to download the white paper.
We took a deep dive into market volumes going back to 1990. We wanted to see what the market tends to do after big volume periods as well as low volume periods.
Heavy volumes are constructive in oversold conditions. Heavy and light volumes are warning signs in overbought conditions.
Big volume usually appears at troughs in the market. Eerily light volume precedes lower market prices but is constructive long term.
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