Picking winning stocks isn't easy, but ExtZy provides tools to make informed judgments about options before you make an investment.

 

Analyse Past Value

ExtZy allows players to examine the historical data on each Entity in order to better understand its popularity, and trends in hit-rates.

Click on any Entity for a description of its content, and click on the title ("Z/Yen" below) to visit the site itself.  You can also change the period covered by the data by changing the number of days in the box at the top of each listing.  "0" days is today's data only, "30" days is the default, or 180 is the past six months.

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In addition to the description of the content of the page, you can see data on its price and activity.

P/E Ratio - The Price/Earnings (P/E) Ratio is a value representing how profitable an Entity has been for its shareholders.  Lower values are better - a P/E Ratio of 2 means that for every two points the share cost, it paid one point in dividends historically.

Dividends Paid - The number of points that have been paid out to shareholders of this Entity.  Dividends paid each week will be shared by all share-holders proportionally to their holdings.

Trades - The number of transactions between buyers and sellers of the Entity's shares (i.e. how many times shares in the Entity have been traded.)

Volume - The number of individual shares exchanged to date

Price - The minimum (lowest), maximum (highest), and average price of the share during the reporting period.

 

Analyse Past History

"Past performance is no indicator of future results. Historical performance of stock value does not promise the same results in the future."

As they say, what has gone before doesn't guarantee what will happen in the future, but it can be helpful to see the historical popularity of an Entity visually.  The graphs will show the historical data for the selected period (30 days is the default) for the price of shares, the volume traded, and the number of times the web-site has been hit.

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Data in these graphs may illustrate trends, for example, this site (above) gets the majority of its traffic during the business week, with interest dropping off on weekends.  Extending the data period to 180 or 270 days, occasional 'spikes' in interest seem to appear every two and a half months (perhaps an irregular newsletter driving people to the web-site?)  Buying shares just before the next one should appear may generate returns on the investment!

Daily traffic details are logged at the bottom of each Entity's page:

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