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The Online-Community “Hopee” provides investors and traders in France, Germany and Spain with additional insights into stock broking.
Hopee is a web community dedicated to both, individual and professional stock enthusiasts, which provides access to recommendations, analysis and tips from private investors. The community allows members to exchange on their personal investment plans. Unlike other traditional stock-exchange forums, Hopee establishes a ranking of its members depending on how successful their recommendations are. This ranking is totally objective and is based on concrete and measurable criterions, thus helping increase transparency.
The initial idea and the technology stem from Cortal Consors Germany. Cortal Consors France took up the idea and launched Hopee in 2010. Just after its launch, Hopee received the “Prix de l'Innovation du Forum de l'Investissement 2010“, an innovation award accorded during France's most important financial fair. The Community's new version launched this October includes a range of new features such as “theScreener”, an independent risk assessing indicator for stocks and makes its use more comfortable, and transparent.
Today, there are already 50,000 Hopee members in France and 60,000 in Germany. Using the Community remains free for its members.
On November 24th, Hopee had also succesfully been released in Spain and was very well perceived by the press and public. The news published by EFE (leading Spanish language news agency) has been repeated on every news website in Spain and a press conference gathered 15 journalists. In addition, a cooperation about social media was realised with the TV channel IntereconomiaTV presenting hopee.
Today, only few weeks after the launch, the number of members is already up at almost 700!
The Community can be accessed on: http://hopee.fr or http://hopee.de or www.hopee.es
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