Which company sounded best this week?

Track shifts in corporate sentiment and management tonality

It’s more important than ever to stay ahead of market-moving trends. Sentiment is one indicator of how management teams are communicating the business impact of major events. Use the charts below to explore how.

Given the uncertainty in the market, we’re offering 2 weeks of free access to AlphaSense for new users to keep up with rapidly evolving trends.

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Methodology: Using the AlphaSense machine learning model, which was trained over 10 years to measure positive and negative tonality of financial language, we’ve generated a sentiment score for every earnings call and event transcript since 2005. We’ve aggregated these document scores to develop an average sentiment score and extracted the most positive and negative themes from these documents.

Monitor changes in management tonality

Companies with the greatest in sentiment QoQ ({{ weekTitle }})

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Current quarter's sentiment

We track the top companies with the most positive or negative shifts in sentiment over two weeks.

Read below on what moved the needle for each of these companies.

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Extract trending themes and sentiment from transcripts

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