Newsystock is a Fin-tech company which provides quantitative data based analysis system and equity purchase recommendations in line with Korean stock market trends. We gather financial raw data, evaluate every listed stock with our unique system, then deliver the results to individual investors. We also enables our users to analyze any stock by themselves, providing a thorough analysis of any stock within five minutes. Newsystock differentiates itself through its technology and the seasoned talents of its team. Co-CEO Hong-Jib Moon was selected as one of the "50 Stars of Asia" by BusinessWeek for his pioneering development of online brokers in South Korea. Co-CEO Ryan Moon previously worked as a senior consultant at PwC and worked in asset management at Polaris Securities (now Yuanta Securities). He is also a graduate of Draper University, Silicon Valley’s top entrepreneurship program and accelerator founded by Tim Draper. The company’s business model is subscription based, with prices ranging from US$100 to US$550. Since its launch, the company has focused on the B2B market, with many security companies adopting NewsyStock since the market has been stagnant for a long time. They also boast partnership with Kiwoom Securities Co., Hankook Economy TV, and Kakao.
Newsystock aims to further its service throughout Asia to make co-relation analysis possible.
The company currently provides information on individual stocks, but when overseas data are accumulated, they’ll be able to provide deeper analysis when Apple’s share price goes up and Samsung’s goes down, for example.
NewsyStock is currently available in English in web and app versions.
Moon added that they will launch a Chinese version with securities analysis of Chinese companies in the second half of the year.