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S3 Partners Launches Black Map, Providing Visibility into Herd Risk and Market Sentiment

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S3 Partners, the financial data marketplace and workflow platform, has launched S3 Black Map, the latest evolution of S3’s platform, giving users visibility into long and short market sentiment, exposure to concentration and herd risk, and positioning of passive and active investment strategies in the marketplace.

Users can filter by industry, sector and cohort to quickly see which stocks in their portfolio are crowded and how the rest of the market is positioned. Black Map is available immediately through the Bloomberg App Portal via on the Bloomberg Terminal.

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