Fintech 50 Index, incubated within Daily Fintech, is free and open. Anybody can buy or sell these stocks using any broker. You can sort stocks by symbol or market cap.

MURREN, SWITZERLAND, July 04, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Fintech is growing & becoming mainstream. According to research by UBS, Fintech industry revenues will more than triple from USD 150bn in 2018 to USD 500bn in 2030, implying an average annual growth rate about three times faster than the broader financial sector’s.

In 2015, Daily Fintech manually compiled a list of publicly traded Fintech stocks and published it as a snapshot. Today Daily Fintech announced Fintech 50 Index, an automated solution covering more stocks and with continual updates

Bernard Lunn said, patient accumulation of equity is the best form of wealth creation, an obvious fact worth reiterating when we are deep in a risk-off bear market.

Fintech 50 Index is just data. DYOR (Do Your Own Research) and use a real time pricing service if you want to trade. 

Public equity is permissionless, transparent and open to all, unlike private equity.  There is also no paywall or regwall on the Fintech 50 Index. The data is free and open.

Daily Fintech GmbH is a Swiss based online media firm which has been publishing original analysis of Fintech every day since 2014.  We serve busy leaders in the global Fintech market who determine how $ billions of value are created, with news and opinion that is curated by an invite only group of experts who have “walked a mile in your shoes”, bringing their perspective as entrepreneurs, bankers, senior executives, technologists, investors, regulators and consultants. Our view is that it is easier to help an expert in a market learn some journalism techniques than to expect journalists to be experts in complex fast-changing markets. Daily Fintech experts go through a rigorous onboarding process and have to comply with strict editorial and disclosure policies.

Daily Fintech creates original research under copyright protection. Daily Fintech is owned by Bernard Lunn, who serves as both CEO and Editor and occasional writer.

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