Tyler Bollhorn | Founder of Stockscores Analytics

Introduction

Success leaves clues.

Finance Strategists sat down with Tyler Bollhorn, founder of Stockscores Analytics. He shared his thoughts on the past, present, and future of the company, as well as the insight he gained from running the business.

Who is Tyler Bollhorn?

Q: Who are you and what’s your background?

I am Tyler Bollhorn, founder of Stockscores Analytics which owns the Stockscores.com and Tradescores.com websites. I have been a professional stock trader for over 30 years and teaching others my stock market trading and investing methods for over 20 years.

Q: Who has been your biggest influence, and why did they have such a significant effect on you?

I suppose it was my Dad and Grandfather. Both were hard working people who did not have word quit in their vocabulary. Trading the stock market is simple, but it is not easy. Success requires determination, hard work and persistence which I think I learned from them.

Q: Knowing what you know now, what advice would you give your younger self?

Keep it simple and keep emotions out of my decision making. Worry about the things you can control.

Business

Q: What is Stock Scores?

www.stockscores.com is a website that provides tools for stock market investors and traders, as well as education for those who would like to use my method for trading the stock market.

Q: What makes Stock Scores different from its competitors?

I developed my own indicators and algorithms to identify opportunities in the market. To have an edge in the market requires that you do something that most people are not doing so I do not rely on common analysis methods, I use my own and share them with the Stockscores community.

Q: What led you to start Stock Scores?

I was scratching my own itch. I had developed a trading method that utilized my own analytical indicators. I started by applying those algorithms with Excel but that process was extremely time consuming. So, I built my own tools to save me time. I can now search through the entire North American stock markets for stocks that have good potential in less than 10 minutes a day.

Q: What has the experience of building the business taught you?

Treat customers well and deliver value and the business will succeed.

Q: Where do you see things headed for you and the company in the next 5 years?

People are busy and many don’t have the time or the experience to do the work that I can do to identify opportunities in the market. I have been moving toward doing the analysis for my customers rather than just providing them with the tools and knowledge to do the analysis.

For more information visit Stockscores.com.