Keel Updates: Our New Home at the DCU Fintech Innovation Center

By Sophia Lin | Aug. 1, 2017, 2:56 p.m. | General

DCU Fintech Innovation Center

It's been a busy month with lots of exciting updates! We got a new home at the DCU Fintech Innovation Center. We also started to offer some more advanced analyses on top of the aggregated returns! Here's our monthly recap! 

 

#Incubator 

Earlier this month, we moved into Keel’s new office as part of the latest cohort at the DCU Fintech Innovation Center. During our time here, we will be collaborating more with a number of leading financial institutions and other fintech companies to drive our development. Read the news here
 
 

#CoolFact: 

Since we started building Keel, we've spent a lot of time building an algorithm that comprehends data coming from hundreds of brokers. It is very cool to see that our algorithm can map and generate 17+ year returns for some brokerages! (Yes, you can imagine how much data we are processing behind the scene 🤘)
 
 

#RiskMetrics

Do you know how much risk you are taking for all of your investments? It is important to have an aggregated view of return, but at the same time, to understand the return's associated risk.
 
Two weeks ago, we released our risk metrics to offer volatility and Sharpe ratio. The risk metrics are designed to help you understand if you are taking too much risk or making superior risk-adjusted returns.  Keel’s team wants to believe we are doing a great job, but sometimes, we may make mistakes. If your risk metrics look a bit off, contact us directly and we will take a detailed look! If you haven't analyzed your portfolios, try it out by adding your accounts.
 
I certainly didn't know my overall risk till I added my two accounts on Keel. Now that I know that my portfolio volatility is 10%, I can start monitor if I am taking too much risk and follow those Pros who have similar risk appetite!  -- Sophia Lin, Co-founder at Keel
 

As always, we want to thank all of our users. We truly would like to get to know each of you and how we can best help you. If you have any feedback or suggestions, please feel free to contact us directly. 

Until next time 🐒

 

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