Frequently Asked Questions
1. How does this work?
- Find a reddit account you have found to post interesting stock
research that you want to find out more about. You can plug in that
account's username and that stock ticker (or any other ticker) and we
will show you at what point in the stock's history did they post
what about it. You can profile an entire account for all
the stocks that Redditor has posted about as well.
- Alternatively, have a scroll around different stocks that people have profiled, and check out the aggregate research on them.
2. What perks do I get when I sign up?
- We are opening signing up, for a short period of time, to initial visitors only. Once the initial phase
has passed, only profiled accounts can profile others. Only account holders can scan a Reddit account's aggregate research
and we're working to bring more instant and in-depth market updates and research to account holders.
- Activated users will also be able to follow profles and keep track of new posts via a custom feed. Also, dark mode!
3. How do i sign up?
- Currently, only profiled users are able to sign up via a 2-click confirmation of their Reddit account. If you are not yet profiled, you can profile yourself and authorise us to check your username, then your account will be activated.
4. What is market dominance?
- Market dominance is our measure of hourly movement share of a stock.
A higher score means the stock has dominated the swings in price in the last hour in the basket of stocks profiled on the site.
This way, users can figure out which stocks are burgeoning and which have been fairly static.
- The dominance score is given in basis points (bp). A basis point is one hundredth of a percentage point.
4. What do the arrows represent in a ticker on a post?
- A ticker flair such as TSLA | $515 indicates that the author is
bullish on Tesla, which was worth $515 at the time
of the post, the Redditor's return on Tesla is calculated as the return on $TSLA since the time of the post. Likewise,
indicates that the author is bearish on $TSLA and the
Redditor's return is calculated as the shorted return of $TSLA since the time of the post, i.e. the price at the time of the post
divided by current price.
- If you think a post is falsely flaired, please leave a feedback with us along with the post's ID, which can be found next to the Reddit URL on the post.