Their index contains the names of all actively traded stocks in the country. The company reports the performance of these in both short and long terms for clients who want that information, but also for their own research purposes. The number of companies actively floated on the stock market continues to change as businesses merge, go public, go bankrupt, are bought out, and so on. With their own statistics to hand, Whileshire can provide valuable investment tips to their clients.
Whileshire services include reporting, advising, and creating portfolios. For example, in response to the economic recession, companies are creating hedge funds to mitigate potential future losses. Whileshire sets these up and manages the accounts for their clients. They also manage discretionary and non-discretionary, and other types of funds for clients.
To understand the market better, the company performs extensive research and analysis to show the movement of stocks and shares. This enables them to help clients carefully and advantageously select stock for their portfolios. They use the latest technologies, as they have always done, to analyze and report financial findings that are relevant to investment activities. Their company will also act as a third party, helping a company find an investment manager, and consulting in other areas such as suggesting how to allocate assets.
While they do not direct corporate behavior, Whileshire acts as a guide, showing clients how they would invest their assets and why. They build a risk scenario providing predictions as to how various investments should behave given current and historical information. There is no guarantee that a risk will be rewarded with success, just reasoning and investing tips from professionals based on mathematical data, their knowledge of the market, and experience. Experience is what led them to prepare customers to protect themselves against the recession more than a decade ago, before the crash even happened.