The Chinese central government last year launched “Hu-Gang Tong“, a system allowing investors in Hong Kong and on the mainland to trade in stocks listed on the other side’s bourse through securities firms in their own market. Acting on this development, startup NewsyStock aims to help small investors who are interested in overseas stocks.

Securities analysts publish detailed reports on about 500 companies in Korea, or nearly a quarter of the 1900 listed companies. The problem is that the analyses are restricted to large capital stocks, to meet many securities firms’ needs. As individual investors tend to invest small amounts of money for relatively brief periods, they lack information about penny stocks, and accordingly invest based on what other people recommend after a quick search on the internet. Not many of them get into the company’s website or DART (Data Analysis, Retrieval and Transfer) System to analyze all the financial statements of the company they invest in.

Newsystock is a quantitative data based analysis system that provides accurate analysis and equity purchase recommendations in line with Korean stock market trends. They gather financial raw data, evaluate every listed stock with their unique system, then deliver the results to investors. The company also enables its users to analyze any stock by themselves, providing a thorough analysis of any stock within five minutes.

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Eva Yoo

Eva Yoo is Shanghai-based tech writer. Reach her at evayoo@technode.com