We, at Uberple, are building a research platform and financial answer engine that understands queries, analyzes financial big-data, and retrieves related information so that investors can make insightful decisions.
Through Uberple, you can search through a large database consisting of 30 years of documents including news articles, corporate disclosers, sell-side research reports, IR reports, and market reports from various markets. Additionally, our clustering algorithm allows you to easily classify and sort similar documents whilst also summarizing them into key sentences so that you can promptly obtain essential information.
Various events continuously take place all over the world. These events, such as a new discovery, natural disasters, and political turbulence, can affect respective financial markets. With our database, you can find out how these events can affect financial markets.
We are developing a platform with a search engine and a computational engine powered by financial big-data. Our platform enables investors to delve into desired datasets and topics they wish to analyze, build investment hypothesis, and test it without the complex calculations required in the traditional approach. Simply enter a topic and a few keywords and our platform will handle the rest.
It is crucial for investors to be updated with current events, asset classes related to mentioned events as well as how similar events in the past have affected individual stocks or asset classes. However, with today’s media and web portals, it is difficult to go beyond recent news and search through older news articles.
Corporate disclosure is the most credible material that the company publicly announces. However, due to its format, it is often complicated to search through such documents. For example, it is difficult to find the section from the disclosure that contains specific information about the company and also difficult to find a specific company based on the contents of the document.
Sell-side research reports are created by market/sector/stock analysts from brokerage houses. But these documents differ from analyst to analyst and can be very laborious to collect all sell-side research documents. Furthermore, it is also difficult to find research documents related to a keyword or topic.
IR books are published to share the corporation’s visions and future plans. Through these documents, existing and prospective investors can see how well the company has performed and predict their progress in the future. However, IR books are often published on an irregular basis unlike annual or quarterly reports. They are also only posted on corporate websites, hence it is very demanding for investors to keep track of all IR books.
Brokerage houses cover only 30% of all listed companies due to cost and structural problems.
Uberple offers easy retrieval of issues at a particular time along with stock price charts of companies of your interest. With our platform, you can conveniently retrieve articles related to issues that occurred at a particular time. We then summarize the information with graphs and visualizations so that you can easily identify trends and inspect how similar issues have affected the price of stock in the past. For example, you can easily compare the state of entertainment companies such as SM Entertainment with the trend chart of K-Pop Entertainment to see how this trending topic can affect the company.
Our technology allows you to search corporate disclosures of a company or an issue, and provides you with a list of companies who have announced such corporate actions. For example, you can obtain a list of biotechnology companies that have published announcements related to licensing outs since January 2016 by entering a few keywords in our search engine. You can also download your search results as a PDF so that you can find information regarding the corporate event easily.
Our platform allows you to effortlessly find sell-side research reports on specific companies or issues and analyze textual information from these reports. For example, you can analyze a brokerage report covering Samsung Electronics to detect the sentiment of the report. You can also search and explore reports mentioning specific topics such as THAAD.
With Uberple you can search for and view IR documents for specific companies or issues, helping you overcome the difficulties of gathering individual reports
But we, at Uberple, conduct differentiated analysis of company with industry experts and ex-corporate executives. We bring various industry and market experts, investors, and analysts to research freely and make independent and unbiased recommendations. Additionally, they are encouraged to write about the other 70% which consists of medium to small companies on the exchange. We also offer our users brokerage research so that they may easily analyze any company or stock of their choice.
Investors seek new insights into the stock market and the investing world by reading as many news stories as possible. It is quite critical to check the current issues, asset classes related to these issues, and furthermore how similar issues affected individual stocks or an asset class in the past, etc. However, the current news media or web portals provide readers with recent news stories or summaries and allow them to find old news articles at minimum level.
Together with the stock price charts of the companies you are interested, Uberple offers easy retrieval of issues at a particular time. You can graphically identify trends by displaying the date of issue, and check how the issue can affect the price of stock. .
For example, you can compare the trend chart of entertainment companies like SM Entertainment with the trend chart of K Pop Entertainment, and see the news at a time when K-pop has become a big issue.
Corporate disclosure is the most credible material that the company publicly announces. However, in the case of disclosure, it is possible to search the contents of the disclosure with the knowledge of a specific company, but it is possible to search for a specific company.
Uberple allows users to search corporate disclosures of a particular company or of a particular issue and also provides a list of companies who have announced such corporate actions. For example, we allow users to find a list of biotechnology companies that have published announcements related to licensing outs since January 2016 by simply entering a few keywords in our search engine. In addition, the search results can be downloaded in a pdf format so that users can find the information about the corporate event easily.
Sell-side research reports are made by market/sector/stock analysts from brokerage houses. However, there are no such places to collect all of sell-side research, furthermore, it is quite difficult to find research containing a keyword or topic market participants want to know about.
Uberple allows you to find sell-side research reports on specific companies or specific issues and to analyze textual information from these reports. For example, you can find a brokerage report covering Samsung Electronics and analyze it to detect the sentiment of the report, or search and explore the reports mentioned on specific topics such as THAAD.
IR books are published to share the corporate’s vision and future plans. Existing and prospective investors can figure out how the company they are interested in has done business so far and what will be done in the future. However, due to the fact that IR books are published on an irregular basis unlike annual/quarterly reports and they are posted on the corporate website only, it is very difficult for investors to keep track of IR books.
Uberple also enables you to search for and view IR documents for specific companies or specific issues.
Uberple conducts differentiated analysis of the company with industry/sector experts and ex-corporate executive officers.
Currently, brokerage houses cover only 30 percent of all listed companies due to cost and structural problems. Uberple brings various industry and market experts and professional investors to the research ecosystem where analysts are free to make independent and unbiased recommendation whether it is a ‘buy’ or ‘sell. They are encouraged to write about the other 70 percent which are medium/small-sized companies on the exchange.