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Really interesting financial startups are popping up everywhere.  Most of what I’m seeing falls into a few different buckets

  • sentiment analysis: the ability to take social media’s temperature on a certain stock, certain market and forecast future price movements.
  • personalized recommendations: for years, the financial community got away with giving generalized information.  Now, it’s getting granular.
  • portfolio replication: lots of new tools, platforms that allow you to essentially program your investing activity to mimic another investor, a strategy, or an algorithm

I’m compiling this list of some of the best cutting-edge financial startups.  What do you think?

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