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Asset Report Ratings Explained
« on: October 15, 2014, 04:29:39 am »

*REVISED by chanc3r

Reports are constructed to provide an objective overview of an assets current offering. The reports are continuously updated to reflect changes, ensuring accuracy for investors. Originally we had price targets, although we decided to postpone them until further notice. This decision was made to ensure a smoother transition for our launch.

Long Rating
1 star = sell / trade for capital gain (generally higher risk)
5 stars = hold for income potential (generally lower risk)

Short Rating
1 star = Below Average or Limited Returns Potential - underweight in portfolio.
3 stars = Good Returns Potential - hold - consider sale on next price change
5 stars = Above Average Returns  Potential - potentially undervalued.

Can these recombined - 'Yes'

An asset can have longterm/low risk (3* +) revenue potential AND short term below average returns (2* or less)

The weighting you give to the star ratings is up to you as an investors, some who are day trading will interpret this differently to those who are HODLers and we have attempted to cater for both.

Understandably, asset issuers who receive fewer stars will not be happy. We encourage them to contact the report's author for further clarification.

The reports can be found here http://nxtreporting.com/review.php and if you click on the asset name you will find the detail behind the star rating.
« Last Edit: November 25, 2014, 10:11:49 pm by chanc3r »
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Re: Asset Report Ratings Explained
« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2014, 05:07:14 am »

Hi Mr. Whale!

So this is the new rating system I'm seeing in nxt reporting?

I do like the idea, but would also be interested in finding out how the ratings are decided?

I notice you have a Supernet signature?

Are these ratings specifically for supernet?  Or do they apply to all assets? And on what criteria?

Is there submissions?  And if so what is the cost?  Is there a cost?

Will you be reviewing all assets? And will there be a detailed report for these assets?

Personally I am not concerned with who the asset issuer is.. or where they live.. or what their phone number is.. etc.. but more so by the performance of the asset, and perhaps the intial submission and inspection and reasonable opinion by respected members or proven trackrecords  that the asset would assume to not be a scam.

I  did make a quick discussion thread on this (my first discussion on nxt ae) and perhaps you can fill in some info there.

https://nxtforum.org/asset-exchange-general/new-nxt-ae-asset-rules-checks-credibility-how-to-do-this-the-right-way/

perhaps you can post there, else I'd be happy to redirect my thread to yours.  after all I'm a complete newbie with a great interest of issuing imo a very lucrative asset...

I also recieved a message from the printshop who recommended (and i signed up for) their wiki, and looking forward to discussing my asset with them.  I also a noticed a thread where nxt inspect inspected the inspectors (-: so wondering who has the most detailed and complete reviews of coins.  perhaps you will work together?

I understand your long and short rating system by looking at nxtreporting (been using for quite some time now) but just wondering how the details come to pass, and if these will be only inspections based on your supernet signature.  Also i suppose as you are a senior member to printshop asset evaluation, i would assume supernet will become the standard for trades in the nxt ae?  If this is the case i will study it closely. (-:

Do you have a link for me to review your reports?  And sorry I'm new.  so if all these questions are redundant please provide the links and info so i can review and release a proper asset.  I truly hope to add to the success of the nxt ae and the community as a whole!

Peace Mr. Whale!
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Re: Asset Report Ratings Explained
« Reply #2 on: October 15, 2014, 06:20:56 am »

Reports are constructed to provide an objective overview of an assets current offering. The reports are continuously updated to reflect changes, ensuring accuracy for investors. Originally we had price targets, although we decided to postpone them until further notice. This decision was made to ensure a smoother transition for our launch.

Long Rating
1 star = sell for capital gain
5 stars = hold for income

Short Rating
1 star = Sell
3 stars = HODL
5 stars = Buy

Understandably, asset issuers who receive a poor rating will not be happy. We encourage them to contact the report's author for further clarification.

Ok so I'm confused... you simultaneously give a certain asset Long Rating 1 star = sell for capital gain and Short Rating 4 stars, above HODL level. Perhaps ye master-raters should make up thine minds sirs?  :P Isn't a bit presumptuous/unethical/demeaning to be giving buy/sell advice to investors anyway?

« Last Edit: October 15, 2014, 06:25:10 am by Cryptographer »
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Re: Asset Report Ratings Explained
« Reply #3 on: October 15, 2014, 07:04:49 am »

Reports are constructed to provide an objective overview of an assets current offering. The reports are continuously updated to reflect changes, ensuring accuracy for investors. Originally we had price targets, although we decided to postpone them until further notice. This decision was made to ensure a smoother transition for our launch.

Long Rating
1 star = sell for capital gain
5 stars = hold for income

Short Rating
1 star = Sell
3 stars = HODL
5 stars = Buy

Understandably, asset issuers who receive a poor rating will not be happy. We encourage them to contact the report's author for further clarification.

Ok so I'm confused... you simultaneously give a certain asset Long Rating 1 star = sell for capital gain and Short Rating 4 stars, above HODL level. Perhaps ye master-raters should make up thine minds sirs?  :P Isn't a bit presumptuous/unethical/demeaning to be giving buy/sell advice to investors anyway?

From what you said, I'm assuming that this is a mining asset (so I will base my reply solely on this knowledge). I would interpret that rating as it will not bring long-term passive revenue but it is currently a good hold (profitable). If you picture a graph, most businesses intend to grow their revenues (low to high), whereas mining goes from high to low  (thus you would not hold this for income). There are many variables which can affect mining profitability and maybe the asset in question does not have a sufficient long-term strategy to stay competitive. Since our reports are active, they are constantly updated to reflect the current landscape. If more hashing power is added in the future or the difficulty plummets, we will report this.
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Re: Asset Report Ratings Explained
« Reply #4 on: October 15, 2014, 07:28:41 am »

Hi Mr. Whale!

So this is the new rating system I'm seeing in nxt reporting? Yes

I do like the idea, but would also be interested in finding out how the ratings are decided? We take a multi-faceted approach to ensuring every aspect of the asset is covered and whether it makes sense to invest.

I notice you have a Supernet signature? I do

Are these ratings specifically for supernet?  Or do they apply to all assets? And on what criteria? All assets that have an active issuer

Is there submissions?  And if so what is the cost?  Is there a cost? No cost for issuers. We provide an early access subscription to investors for a small monthly sum

Will you be reviewing all assets? And will there be a detailed report for these assets? All assets that have an active issuer

Personally I am not concerned with who the asset issuer is.. or where they live.. or what their phone number is.. etc.. but more so by the performance of the asset, and perhaps the intial submission and inspection and reasonable opinion by respected members or proven trackrecords  that the asset would assume to not be a scam. That is a separate service that we encourage

I  did make a quick discussion thread on this (my first discussion on nxt ae) and perhaps you can fill in some info there.

https://nxtforum.org/asset-exchange-general/new-nxt-ae-asset-rules-checks-credibility-how-to-do-this-the-right-way/

perhaps you can post there, else I'd be happy to redirect my thread to yours.  after all I'm a complete newbie with a great interest of issuing imo a very lucrative asset...

I also recieved a message from the printshop who recommended (and i signed up for) their wiki, and looking forward to discussing my asset with them.  I also a noticed a thread where nxt inspect inspected the inspectors (-: so wondering who has the most detailed and complete reviews of coins.  perhaps you will work together?

I understand your long and short rating system by looking at nxtreporting (been using for quite some time now) but just wondering how the details come to pass, and if these will be only inspections based on your supernet signature.  Also i suppose as you are a senior member to printshop asset evaluation, i would assume supernet will become the standard for trades in the nxt ae?  If this is the case i will study it closely. (-:

So this is the new rating system I'm seeing in nxt reporting?

Do you have a link for me to review your reports?  And sorry I'm new.  so if all these questions are redundant please provide the links and info so i can review and release a proper asset.  I truly hope to add to the success of the nxt ae and the community as a whole!

Peace Mr. Whale!

Thank you for your questions, I replied in red. Hopefully you have a better understanding now  :)

Not sure why you stated that you knew where the reports were and then asked for them again (I quoted yourself, so you knew what I mean). Here is a link http://nxtreporting.com/review.php
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Re: Asset Report Ratings Explained
« Reply #5 on: October 15, 2014, 08:00:04 am »

Not sure why you stated that you knew where the reports were and then asked for them again (I quoted yourself, so you knew what I mean). Here is a link http://nxtreporting.com/review.php

lol guess cuz i'm a dumbass.. assumed the stars were static.  and now i click them and find out more information. 

everything makes much more sense now.. haha

Just noticed the long and short star system today at nxtreportin and then came across your thread.  Got a little concerned that it was a kindergarten stamping club for the cool kids.

But just reading through the reviews now.  They're actually very well done and seem fair.  I like the disclaimer on the bottom for the reviewer and how much they own of the asset.

And yeh sure I'd be interested in the early investors subscription.  Shoot me a pm and I'll sign up.

As far as the asset I plan to release?  Fire it up on the assets boards prior?

I guess also, when you say active.  Do you mean in the nxt forum?  Or just paying out dividends and supplying disclosure publicly and timely?

Ill keep reading the reviews! I like the addition.

If i see things that don't make sense I'll try clicking on them from now on. haha
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Re: Asset Report Ratings Explained
« Reply #6 on: October 15, 2014, 01:58:58 pm »

Not sure why you stated that you knew where the reports were and then asked for them again (I quoted yourself, so you knew what I mean). Here is a link http://nxtreporting.com/review.php

lol guess cuz i'm a dumbass.. assumed the stars were static.  and now i click them and find out more information. 

everything makes much more sense now.. haha

Just noticed the long and short star system today at nxtreportin and then came across your thread.  Got a little concerned that it was a kindergarten stamping club for the cool kids.

But just reading through the reviews now.  They're actually very well done and seem fair.  I like the disclaimer on the bottom for the reviewer and how much they own of the asset.

And yeh sure I'd be interested in the early investors subscription.  Shoot me a pm and I'll sign up.

As far as the asset I plan to release?  Fire it up on the assets boards prior?

I guess also, when you say active.  Do you mean in the nxt forum?  Or just paying out dividends and supplying disclosure publicly and timely?

Ill keep reading the reviews! I like the addition.

If i see things that don't make sense I'll try clicking on them from now on. haha

Thank you for your feedback. We'll make a big announcement when subscriptions are live :)

Active as in you are still around working on your asset. If you need any help listing or would like any of our services, just send me a pm.
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Re: Asset Report Ratings Explained
« Reply #7 on: October 15, 2014, 02:09:36 pm »


everything makes much more sense now.. haha


That's our goal. ;)
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Re: Asset Report Ratings Explained
« Reply #8 on: November 22, 2014, 04:30:31 pm »

Are there plans to reintroduce ratings to nxtreporting?
 

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