We're proudly launching the first financial-technology trading app dedicated to helping the average trader follow the Big investors as they buy and sell shares on the SGX.
Our verified, real-time updates give you details on who and what is behind a spike in the market, so you can jump in on what's hot and make money. Called Spiking, the app uses crowdsourcing technology to pull the information you need in order to make the best possible investing decisions.
We pull publicly available information such as stock exchange filings into an easily digestible feed that average retail investors can use to see who has bought which shares at what price and when on the Singapore Exchange. They can use this verified information to make their own big profits through their investments.
Our crowdsourcing technology pulls data from publicly-listed information in real-time, allowing users to make data-driven decisions. With this technology, Spiking is able tp scale across stock exchanges in different markets.
Spiking helps investors save time, reduce risk, and make rational decisions based on verified facts.
We are a team of digital natives who are passionate about the stock markets.
Our mission is to play a key role in building a next-generation big data analytics for retail investors around the world.
We analyze 67 billion actions every single month.
Backed by the best-these top angels have been with us since the beginning. We are also supported by the National Research Foundation, Prime Minister’s Office, Singapore, under its i.JAM Reload Programme.
Managing Director of Raffles Asia Capital Pte Ltd
Chairman of Sakae Holdings Ltd (SGX:5DO)
Executive Chairman of Pestech International Bhd (KLSE:PESTECH)
Independent Director of Valuetronics Holdings Limited (SGX:BN2)
Group Executive Chairman & Group CEO of Econ Healthcare Group
Managing Partner of Quest Ventures and Co-founder of 55tuan (NASDAQ:WOWO)
Chairman of Novena Foundation Pte Ltd
CEO & Founder of ZUU Co Ltd
"Respondents opine that a database of publicly available real-time information would allow them to compete at the same level as sophisticated investors."