Thank you for your answers. I enjoy getting to know the business model to get a deeper sense of Pynk’s endeavours. It’s clearer to me now and I am glad that the focus remains on scalable business initiatives to begin with.
Also, I am glad that the focus of the crowd wisdom model remains in-house. The prospect of leveraging the knowledge and skill set of employees from financial institutions across the globe is attractive and would be invaluable for Rose - I like that and I find it’s well thought through.
Taking the oil example further to get a better understanding of the target audience, are you pursuing to offer the output of crowd wisdom predictions to specialised investors (e.g. giving oil predictions to commodities trading houses such as Glencore) or to general investors (i.e. who invest in several financial assets)?
Still learning about Pynk, so will be shooting questions here and there.