LAST-incubated Social Network for the Stock Market, Stockr, featured in “Inside Investor Relations”
SANTA MONICA, Calif., June 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Los Angeles Syndicate of Technology, Inc. (OTCQB: LAST), a seed-stage venture fund and technology incubator, is pleased to announce that its portfolio company, Stockr, Inc., (“Stockr”) was featured in renowned publication, Inside Investor Relations.
The article can be found on Inside Investor Relations: How Stockr Plans to Change Financial Social Media.
Stockr is a social network built for the stock market that allows you to see and discuss what stocks other users are trading in real time. “Relative to existing message boards, Stockr brings identity and transparency to an otherwise anonymous environment, thus reducing the worthless chatter and dramatically improving the user experience,” said Vinny Jindal, CEO of Stockr.
“Stockr was designed from the ground up to facilitate rapid information sharing,” said Bryce Knight, CEO of LAST. “We think a few minutes can often make a difference in making or losing money on an investment.”
About Los Angeles Syndicate of Technology -www.last.vc
Los Angeles Syndicate of Technology, Inc. (OTC: LAST) is a publicly traded Business Development Company (BDC) operating as a venture fund and technology incubator that creates, builds, and invests in web and mobile technology companies. LAST develops digital media, social networking, and life sciences products in its technology incubator, and has a portfolio of six companies at different stages of development. LAST’s mission is to foster technology innovation in Los Angeles by partnering with the most talented entrepreneurs of southern California and providing them with the capital, support and tools to bring their ideas to market and commercialize their products.
About Stockr. -www.stockr.com
Stockr is a social network for the stock market. The Stockr platform empowers users to discover, share and discuss market information with investors and companies. Stockr was founded by serial entrepreneurs Vinny Jindal, Tim Symington, and Bryce Knight.
SOURCE Los Angeles Syndicate of Technology, Inc.