Integrated Investor

Integrated Investor

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This review applies to version 1.2. The latest version of this software will soon be reviewed by our informers.

Integrated Investor is HUBB’s premium software program that combines fundamental analysis, unique technical analysis and innovative options analysis to predict the likely directional movement of shares.
Technology is allowing self-directed investors with long and short term goals to compete at a higher level. Integrated Investor allows self-directed investors to approach the markets with greater confidence – with the knowledge that they investigated every possible angle and have turned over every rock in the pursuit of finding the most profitable trading opportunities. As Peter Lynch has said, "The person that turns over the most rocks wins the game".

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    Ophelia 3 years ago
    — Integrated Investor review
    Pros: Dead easy to view charts and get going fairly much immediately
    Cons: Only really good for looking at entries

    Integrated Investor as an essensce of elegance. It is easy to use the basic functionality of charting. It also has some quick and easy ways of ticking attributes and finding interesecting criteria. That is, finding stocks that meet all the ticked criteria. It is expensive software and the annual datafeed is alos expensive. On the other hand, the support is fantastic. Hubb promote this software particularly for Elliott Wave features. If you are an Elliott Wave person then this may be just what you are looking for. However, there are some significant deficiencies. The software is exceedingly slow for any advanced system testing. Moreover, the software is exceedingly basic when it comes to creating a system test. Sure it's dead easy to program it with what they have got (!!), but it is fundamentally not up to what any half sophisticated trader would want. In that sense, this software is great for detecting entries, but not creating a full blown system with stops. As an example, if you created a simple entry and used the system with stops and ran it over a period of time, it may enter then exit then enter you again, which isn't necessarily what you want. It's impossible to programme it to do otherwise. If one is not up to programming as in Amibroker etc. then this is good software. However, as said, for any advanced trader this software is too simple and isn't advised.