The market is the sum of its parts:

Investment Philosophy
Source: Dr. Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Dept. of Global Studies & Geography, Hofstra University

The converging or diverging perceptions of these different groups of investors create opportunities to anticipate key behavioral movements.

Since 2007, and for at least the next decades, macroeconomic environment is going to be strongly governed by "market sentiment", which is often in contrast with market fundamentals and triggers substantial short term fluctuations.

This is where traditionalmethods, based on financial calibration or correlation, show their limits, actually amplifying market "consensus" and leading to Boom & Bust cycles.

In such environment, a dynamic short term strategy to asset management is required, and this is where an algorithm which anticipates investors' behaviors makes the difference.