Daily market analysis designed to help today’s advisors and investors:

  1. Save Time
  2. Know More About Markets
  3. Outperform

“Your report saves me 45 minutes every morning, and I know more after I’ve read it than I did when I was spending an hour getting caught up in the morning.”

—David R., Top-Producing Financial Advisor at Major Wire House

Modeled after morning trading notes, Sevens Report is focused analysis on what matters to the market. Sevens Report triumphs over the information overload financial professionals and self-directed investors face every day.

Sevens Report delivers comprehensive coverage of all asset classes – succinct and easy to read. Every trading day at 7:00 a.m. our independent analysts identify risks and opportunities for:

  • Stocks
  • Bonds
  • Currencies
  • Commodities, and
  • Interpret what economic data means for the market.

Sevens Report was created by former NYSE floor trader Tom Essaye: “Our goals are two-fold. First, that you’re never blindsided by a market move and that you never waste time reading lengthy, irrelevant research notes.” With charts, graphs and concise commentary, Sevens Report tracks daily to mid-term market moves. Additionally, we provide actionable ideas and specific investment tactics to help you outperform. Sevens Report is your daily edge over your competition.

“Your insights have been very helpful in describing the reasons for the market’s ups & downs and this is valuable to me in discussions with my clients.”

—J.C., Top-Producing Financial Advisor from a National Brokerage

Sevens Report is a tool to help advisors:

  1. Attract more clients
  2. Improve retention
  3. Increase assets under management

Sevens Report – everything you need to know about the markets by 7 a.m. in seven minutes or less. (If for any reason over the next two weeks you’re not totally satisfied, you can receive a full refund.)

“We think of ourselves as the navigators of the market. We are committed to providing our advisor subscribers the information they need to stay up on markets, so that they can focus their time growing their businesses.”

—Tom Essaye, President, Sevens Report Research