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What problem does AhrvoDEEX solve? (or: what human need does it satisfy?) and how exactly does it do so?

Clearinghouses and other intermediaries cost the brokerage industry billions of dollars a year, creating bottlenecks that limit order-matching transparency and settlement speed. Wall Street lacks objectivity and often produces inaccurate equity ratings and price targets. For example, in 2017 only 5% of the 500 S&P companies were rated ‘sell’. This leaves investors and traders without a roadmap to find stocks that are suitable for investment. A study conducted in 2016 found that from 1981 to 2016 the top 10 percent of stocks analysts were most bullish (optimistic) about generally performed worse than the 10 percent of stocks analyst were bearish (pessimistic) about. In fact, an investor who bought stocks analysts were bearish on over that time period would have gained 15% in excess return over the following year relative to the stocks analysts were bullish on.

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Soft Cap: $10,000,000 Hard Cap: $50,000,000 Buy with: BTC, LTC, ETH Platform: Ethereum Location: Virgin Islands (British) Restricted: Sudan, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, North Korea, China, Zimbabwe, Balkans, Belarus, Berma, Ivory Coast, Cuba, Yemen, Turkey, US non-accredited investors

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MVP/Prototype: Yes Escrow: Yes Category: Financial Services

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What problem does AhrvoDEEX solve? (or: what human need does it satisfy?) and how exactly does it do so?

Clearinghouses and other intermediaries cost the brokerage industry billions of dollars a year, creating bottlenecks that limit order-matching transparency and settlement speed. Wall Street lacks objectivity and often produces inaccurate equity ratings and price targets. For example, in 2017 only 5% of the 500 S&P companies were rated ‘sell’. This leaves investors and traders without a roadmap to find stocks that are suitable for investment. A study conducted in 2016 found that from 1981 to 2016 the top 10 percent of stocks analysts were most bullish (optimistic) about generally performed worse than the 10 percent of stocks analyst were bearish (pessimistic) about. In fact, an investor who bought stocks analysts were bearish on over that time period would have gained 15% in excess return over the following year relative to the stocks analysts were bullish on.

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