Market trends are the most powerful force driving long-term trading performance. The most effective way to capture value from trends is through systematic trend following. I-System is probably the best trend following model ever built, providing effective and reliable decision support daily, since 2003. I-System powers our TrendCompass reports delivering crystal clear market guidance on more than 200 financial and commodities markets including crude oil, copper, gold, wheat, coffee, cotton, Nikkei 225, S&P500, Euro, Yen and dozens of others.

CUTTING THROUGH THE INFORMATION OVERLOAD

Financial industry generates thousands of research reports each and every day, an overwhelming glut of information. Instead of adding to your reading pile, we analyze market trends and deliver the final product of our research: clear, actionable decisions you can digest in seconds, not minutes per day.

REAL-TIME CTA INTELLIGENCE

For decades, commodities trading advisors (CTAs) have used systematic trend following as one of the best strategies in active investment trading. Institutions like Nomura, JPMorgan and Rabobank pay close attention to CTAs as and that understanding CTA strategies “can provide a strong edge in today’s highly systematized markets.” TrendCompass delivers this edge – effectively, reliably and in real time!

PROVEN RELIABILITY, VERSATILITY AND EFFECTIVENESS

Our reports are generated by the I-System, the product of more than 20 years of passionate and uncompromising obsession with quality. We have tested its effectiveness in the most rigorous way possible: by managing real money portfolios and comparing their performance to that of the world’s leading “managed futures” funds or Commodity Trade Advisors (CTAs). Since the inception of our track record in 2007, I-System has consistently outperformed its benchmarks (audited). Read more about the I-System

INVALUABLE, TIMELY DECISION SUPPORT, EVERY DAY

A reliable and effective trends auto-pilot provides invaluable decision-support. Even only as a ‘reality check’ or a source of ‘second opinion’ to market analysts, TrendCompass gives you the guidance to navigate the markets profitably, confidently and with a peace of mind.

Screen-grab of a typical S&P500 strategy from I-System’s interface shows up-trends in blue and downtrends in red. Onset of a down-trend is a signal to reduce or hedge your market exposure. It is equally important to know when to start adding to your exposure again. During the 2008 bear market, we achieved a 27% positive net return thanks to I-System strategies like this one. The authenticity of our results was audited by KPMG.

What some of our clients say…

Our clients enjoy the sober, consistent quality decision support they get from TrendCompass…

What you get

We worked hard to make our reports intuitive and easy to read so you can review them in just a few seconds each day. They consist of a summary page followed by a detailed breakdown per market showing trading signals and/or trend reversals per each individual trading strategy.

Daily e-mail summary

Your daily e-mail summarizes the changes in directional exposure based on previous trading session. An intuitive bar chart shows the recommended exposure so that you can grasp it at a glance.

PDF – summary page

PDF – detailed breakdown by market and by trading strategy

Covering over 200 main financial and commodity markets, TrendCompass offers a variety of standard or customized market reports:

Standard reports

Available standard reports available and subscription rates (excluding any promotional offers or discretionary discounts) are listed below.

Customized portfolios

We can customize reports for clients who wish to track a different selection of markets, a larger number of strategies, or follow a particular selection of strategies (for example, a preference for short-cycle trends). We’ll seek to accommodate any such request. A 600 Euros one-time setup fee may apply for customized portfolios a.

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Systematic trend following entails disciplined adherence to predefined and time-tested rules. It helps investors and traders keep composure through the commotion of volatile market moments so they can navigate market trends profitably, with confidence and peace of mind!

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This SUBSCRIPTION AGREEMENT (AGREEMENT) is by and between KRAINER ANALYTICS or a company to be nominated subsequently (PUBLISHER) and the undersigned company or person (CUSTOMER). The EFFECTIVE DATE of the agreement will be the date when the customer requests to receive paid subscription service and upon expiration of the free trial period as evidenced by filled subscription form, e-mail request or acceptance of PUBLISHER’S invoice.

1. THE SERVICE: PUBLISHER produces and distributes TrendCompass reports (REPORTS) to which the CUSTOMER may purchase monthly or yearly subscription.

2. STANDARD REPORTS: PUBLISHER produces a variety of “TrendCompass” reports (REPORTS). For each market included therein, the REPORTS convey daily trading recommendations based on systematic trend-following strategies as generated by PUBLISHER’s proprietary I-SYSTEM technology. Such trading strategies are believed to be similar to those used by many Commodities Trading Advisors (CTA) or Managed Futures funds.

3. CUSTOMIZED REPORTS: in addition to, or in lieu of REPORTS specified herein, CUSTOMER may request a bespoke report according to CUSTOMER’s own requirements. The subscription to such reports may vary from those specified herein and their creation may involve an additional set-up fee that shall be borne by the CUSTOMER.

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