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Building the Google of finance – with Uri Kartoun

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Building the Google of finance – with Uri Kartoun

There aren’t a lot of really innovative search technologies for investors.

That’s changing — researchers and entrepreneur are looking at unique ways to classify financial product data on mutual funds and ETFs. That means it gets easier for us to identify new investments that make sense for our portfolios.

Uri Kartoun, co-founder of Stockato, has some great academic experience in robotics and classification of large data sets and he’s turned his attention to investing.

Uri joins us to talk about how his set of cloud tools can help this generation of investors find the investments they’re looking for…and maybe what they didn’t know they were looking for.

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About Uri Kartoun

Uri received his PhD from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Robotics and Intelligent Systems and worked as a research Software Developer Engineer at Microsoft Business Solutions Group.

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