Ticker Nerd joins the Finder rocketship to democratise stock research

Posted: 6 September 2021 9:06 am
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We are proud to announce today that Ticker Nerd will be joining the Finder rocketship to help everyday investors get world-class stock research, directly to their inbox.

At Finder, we deeply believe that investing has the potential to unlock life-changing wealth for everyone of our members. However, the abundance of stock information on the Internet makes it difficult for users to understand and analyse different investment opportunities. Finder is committed to changing that for our members.

When we met Sam Renotte, one of Finder's own publishers, and his co-founder and best friend, Luc Viterale, we were impressed by their passion for investing and their dedication to creating world class research for their subscribers. Using a combination of social sentiment data, hedge fund transactions and fundamental analysis, Ticker Nerd spots unique investment opportunities and delivers them to subscribers directly to their inbox – incredible stuff!

With this partnership, we are excited to provide the opportunity for our members to continue learning about the most exciting investment opportunities around the world, reaffirming our commitment to helping our members around the world make better investing decisions, every day.

Welcome Ticker Nerd to the Finder Family.

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