Our parsed metrics offer a lighter way to understand what the market is thinking wholistically. AHI and RHI measure activity around a stock and sentiment and SGP measure mood around a stock. Where possible we strongly encourage you to use raw metrics as these are pure and more precise.
AHI (Absolute Hype Index)
An aggregate score for total social activity
AHI is a measure of how much people are talking about a stock on social media. It is calculated by taking the total number of mentions for each social media/post type, dividing it by a fixed value, multiplying it by a specific weight for that social media and then summing all these values.
RHI (Relative Hype Index)
A relative score for total social activity
RHI is a measure of whether people are talking about a stock more or less than usual. It is calculated by averaging the past day of AHI values and then dividing it by the average AHI over the past week for that stock.
An overall score for market perception towards a stock's price
Sentiment is the percentage of people that are positive about a stock. For each social media the number of positive posts/comments is counted and then divided by the total number of non-neutral comments. These values are then weighted depending on the social media and summed.
SGP (standard general perception)
A relative score for market perception about a stock
SGP is a measure of whether people are more or less positive about a stock than usual. It is calculated by averaging the past day of sentiment values and then dividing it by the average of the past week of sentiment values.