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FAANGs In Finance, Pt. 5: The Compliance Barrier
For tech companies, the dollar cost of becoming a bank is nothing compared to the drag on their fast-moving culture and product development.
FAANGs In Finance Pt. 4: Facebook
Unlike Amazon, Facebook’s patent applications (425 in the past year alone) have shown no clear intent to become a financial services provider.
FAANGs In Finance Pt. 3: Google
With a culture of transparency and unparalleled data management capabilities, Google is positioned to help wealth managers engage clients by delivering the highest level of insight into their investments.
FAANGs In Finance Pt. 2: Amazon
Our “Amazon Wealth” prediction isn’t pure speculation – the company’s Chinese e-commerce counterparts have already become financial titans by embedding payments, loans, and investments into their consumer platforms.
FAANGs In Finance: Joining The Customer Journey
The biggest opportunity for Financial Institutions today is getting their product into Google, Amazon, and Facebook’s customer experiences.
Investing In Cryptos: Go Long
If you’d put your Holiday bonus into Bitcoin, you’d have doubled your money by now. If you’d bought Ethereum instead, you’d be up 3,000%. Bitcoin, Ethereum, and the growing number of altcoins in the market have all rallied over 150% since January.
Who’s Buying SNAP, And Where?
SNAP’s IPO has dominated financial news for the past month. After the stock gained 45% on its first trading day, bloggers called it “dumb money,” and not a single Wall Street analyst gave it a buy rating until today.
Price Wars: Online Brokerage Edition
Last week, Schwab cut its trading fee from $8.95 to $6.95, kicking off the 3rd Online Brokerage Price War – an occurrence that has happened every five or six years since the dot-com boom.
Fintech News: The Battle For Consumer Data
This week, the battle over consumer financial data continues. However, without an agreed-upon protocol, these deals won’t be enough to protect consumers.
Price Wars: ETF Edition
The major financial institutions are in a price war, cutting their ETF expense ratios in a back-and-forth which has led to the steepest decline in fees since the online brokerage was invented during the first dot-com boom.
Long Live The DIY Investor
DIY investing is alive and well. And no, we’re not talking about $ETSY.
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