Fintech and the need for reinventing finance

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Nowadays, more and more people are talking about the necessity to make bigger efforts to clean and update the image of the whole financial industry, and reinventing finance has become a must in a highly competitive sector. The key point that highlight this “reinventing finance” need are the following: Financial industry is the last sector… Read more »

The way we pursue finance innovation: there is more than meets the eyes (Pt. 3)

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Here we are, we have reached the last step in our ”finance innovation crusade” process, the one that gathers all the acquired results and combines them to give the investor the meaningful Trade Signals they crave for: the Rationale. If you imagine the complete finance innovation process as an enterprise (let’s call it for instance “Rethink… Read more »

The way we rethink finance: there is more than meets the eyes (Pt.2)

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Once identified the meaningful level to determine if the ticker’s price is cheap or expensive, our “rethink finance journey” sees the evaluation of a second component in the algorithm questioning process: the Sentiment. Did you miss the first component? Here it is ! For the moment, the signal creation process has provided a clear target,… Read more »

The way we are rethinking finance: there is more than meets the eyes (Pt.1)

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Saying you want to start a rethinking finance process and provide better solutions for investors is not enough, you need to give more: you have to explain exactly the reason why you are innovative! This is why I am going to explain you the technology that supports us in our journey toward rethinking finance. During… Read more »

Investors behavior: the mess of the market

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The reason why financial markets are not perfect equations and traditional analysis models are far from being infallible, lies in the human component present in every single transaction: perceptions, otherwise known as investors behavior. There you go, Mr. Obvious, thanks for sharing! Fair enough, I’m not here to bother you with dry theories about behavioral finance… Read more »