GovBrain Predict (patent-pending) links government information and political events from around the world to individual stocks, bonds, commodities or currencies. It then processes this data through an artificial intelligence/machine learning engine that predicts the price move for each security or exchange-traded fund. GovBrain Predict is designed for institutional investors who use algorithmic, quantitative and systematic trading strategies.
We invented the growing sector of automated government data analytics and you can profit using this tool forged from the intersection of government and global finance. GovBrain Search (patent-pending) allows you to search and monitor local, state, Congressional, federal and international legislation and regulations for valuable business intelligence. You’ll get real-time information on legislative outcomes, regulatory rulings and elections that affect publicly-traded companies and exchange traded funds from around the world.
GovBrain Warning is our “Doomsday App” (patent-pending) that provides early warning on the formation of asset bubbles, financial crises and other inflection points in the global financial system. It allows investors to identify “boom-bust” sequences – when and where they start and when they end – before other traders. GovBrain Warning can inspire you to create a global macro trading strategy similar to legendary investors such as George Soros, Stanley Druckenmiller and Paul Tudor Jones.
Have you ever thought about what the world would be like with a credible alternative or supplement to the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and the G-20? People in many countries are dissatisfied with the current status of the global financial system and its governance. League of Nations 2.0 is a global “metagame” based on Nobel-winning research in game theory and mechanism design theory. It is a multi-player online strategy game with a potential user base from 190 countries. League of Nations 2.0 is meant to be a “digital” United Nations in which countries compete on how well they govern their people.