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Build, manage, and analyze ETF portfolios across various investment strategies, risk tolerances, and financial needs. 

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Advisors use PortfolioWise to enhance proposals and win business. From the powerful ETF ratings to the customizable client-ready reports, PortfolioWise cuts through the noise and provides clear investment insights that are easy to align with client objectives and simple to communicate.

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Features built to accelerate your research, simplify your proposals, and enhance your client engagement:

Access Proprietary ETF & Stock Ratings

Introducing quantitative, forward-looking ratings powered by Chaikin Analytics, whose market-tested methodology has been rating US stocks for more than ten years. Our stock rating combines 20 factors into a simple, reliable indication of a stock’s potential performance relative to the market over the next 3-6 months. It is supported by 10 years of independent backtesting and successful real-world performance since 2011. Activate a 14-day trial today.

Our Equity ETF rating combines the proprietary stock rating model with technical analysis factors into a unique view of an ETF’s potential from Very Bearish (likely to underperform) to Very Bullish (likely to outperform). Ratings are fund-family neutral, eliminating any chance of bias. 

In 2019, Chaikin Analytics won WealthManagement.com’s Best Industry Research Provider award.

Immediately Detect Shifting Market Trends and ETFs

Discover market trends and shifts through digital macro monitoring. Also see ratings and alerts on all of your specific ETFs with the corresponding watchlist or portfolio. Start a 14-day free trial today.

Select ETFs That Differentiate

With thousands of existing ETFs and new entrants every year, it can be difficult to keep up with the evolving space and find great potential. Our ETF Power Ratings, Group Rankings, and Screener tools are built to cut through the clutter, save you time, and help you find ETFs that are a great fit for your client’s portfolio.

Whether you start from a predefined universe or upload a custom list, you can quickly narrow down hundreds of funds to a few to compare by utilizing filters, sorts, or heatmap visualization. Test-drive PortfolioWise today.

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Learn more about current trends, interesting ETFs, or general market analysis through our weekly MarketWise commentary. Activate your 14-day trial today.

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Share comprehensive, client-ready reports on proposed or existing portfolios. Reports are fully customizable for you to add your name, logo, firm, notes and disclaimer. Access client-ready reports today in PortfolioWise.

Keep Up To Date, Market-wise

Let our curated market blog help you maintain market knowledge and confidence.

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