By: 17 May 2023

Stratiphy says the millions of data points it analyses allows customers to make more informed decisions

Stratiphy launches investing app

UK-based investment platform Stratiphy has launched its app on the Apple App Store and Google Play. 

The product had amassed a waiting list of 2,500 people ahead of its launch.  

The app uses data to provide insights and analytics to give customers “capabilities that had previously been reserved for financial professionals and investment banks”.  

It offers customised investment strategies, with the ability to determine a range of parameters such as risk level, performance and ESG.  

Founded in 2020, Stratiphy has raised more than £440,000 from 700 investors in 53 countries. 

It says the millions of data points it analyses allows customers to make more informed decisions. And the app’s ease of use is suited to new investors.  

Speaking on the launch, Daniel Gold, founder at Stratiphy, said: “Doing high-quality, consistent research on investments is difficult and time-consuming.  

“What makes Stratiphy stand out in particular is our approach and mindset—we have a strong focus on effective risk management and sustainable wealth generation. 

“Our application is helping to level the playing field by democratising access to sophisticated investing techniques.” 

As well as providing bespoke strategies for consumers, it also serves businesses such as asset managers, lenders and banks.  

Image: Stratiphy 

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