Tickeron launches Diversification Score for portfolio analysis

Tickeron has launched a Diversification Score (DivScore) tool, providing investors with portfolio diversification insight generated by artificial intelligence analysis.

Founded by Sergey Savastiouk, the company's CEO, Tickeron is a subscription-based market intelligence platform giving access to the latest trading news and AI-generated predictions. This technology equips users with exclusive data and analysis to assist with trading decisions and portfolio allocation. The DivScore tool provides users with plan information and an analysis of their assets, allowing them to make informed portfolio decisions.

DivScore works by conducting an artificial intelligence analysis of an investor's asset allocation, investment objectives, risk tolerance, years until withdrawal, available investment options and other key factors.
The DivScore result is presented as a single number that indicates how well the portfolio is adjusted. A high DivScore may indicate the asset allocation accurately reflects investment objectives, while a low DivScore means adjustments are likely necessary. DivScore is scaled similar to a Credit Score. For instance, a DivScore around 720 or above is considered good.

"Tickeron is making the same valuable resources Wall Street firms use to make investment decisions available to everyone through artificial intelligence," says Savastiouk. "DivScore is a simple way to understand the numerous factors that make up a portfolio and provides users with a holistic view of their asset allocation and financial situations."

DivScore works in unison with Tickeron's Trend Prediction Engine, Pattern Search Engine, 401(k) Report and other features to provide investors with supreme trading insights through artificial and human intelligence.
"Using artificial intelligence and advanced algorithms is no longer just for the big firms. Tickeron provides retail investors with the necessary data, such as the DivScore, to make the best decision for themselves," says Savastiouk.