Site Review: Discover the Majority Consensus at NeatlySaid.com
I recently ran into this site via someone’s Tweet, but I found this site pretty interesting. NeatlySaid.com is a newly launched site that aims to help investors determine the investor sentiment on various topics. What topics? Well that’s totally up to you. As an user, you can create a new channel for everyone to post messages and vote bullish or bearish. Channels could be anything from countries like China to stocks like Apple. Just pick a topic, and start commenting.
When an user signs up, he/she can start posting comments on any topics with his/her personal sentiment, up or down. If you think AAPL is going up in price, vote bullish and comment on it. Simple as that.
The site also incorporates Twitter nicely so that you can intergrate your Tweets with NeatlySaid.com. Hell just use this site to express your sentiment and Tweet on StockTwits at the same time adding your “$$”. The result of all this? You get a daily look at sentiments like this:
Overall, I like the concept and the site design. I think the site would do well if it can overcome challenges like marketing and credibility. At this point, I would be very hesistant to rely on the data presented at NeatlySaid, but if they can build a reputation as a credible source, the idea is viable. I am monitoring this site to see how it does in the next few years.