Press Release: I Know First Featured in ESTADÃO Article

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I Know First was featured in a ESTADÃO article published on Link.ESTADÃO. The article was written by Guilherme Horn, a digital Innovation partner – Accenture Brazil, ESTADÃO. Horn refers to I Know First as one of the most emphasized fin-tech start-up companies by local media in the field and states how I Know First is part of a fin-tech group who understands that Artificial Intelligence is the upcoming future that will serve to empower the workforce and help professionals in their challenges.

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Press Release: Tel Aviv, Israel, August 2nd, 2017 – I Know First was featured on SAP Blog Post.

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Fintech Israel: I Know First Recognized As Emerging

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Press release: I Know First was featured as an emerging FinTech start-up in the following news outlets 

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Russia Shocks The Markets: Fundamental And Algorithmic Analysis


  • Russia raises the key interest rate by 6.5%.
  • Is the crisis over for the US? Dollar is rising against the Yen, Ruble, and Euro.Flag-of-Russia-russia-13511405-1280-800
  • Why the recent talk of the US dollar being replaced as the reserve currency is unrealistic.
  • Future forecast for USD/RUB, USD/JPY and EUR/USD by I Know First State of the Art predictive algorithm.

Russia raises interest rates by 6.5% over night.

Bank of Russia's Board of Directors decided to increase the key rate to 17% per annum on December 16th, 2014, the most drastic increase since the 1998 currency crisis. The increase will see the rate jump 6.5% from the previous rate of 10.5%. According to the bank the "decision was driven by the need to limit significantly increased devaluation and inflation risks". In a surprise move, according to the bank interest rate policy loans secured by non-marketable assets or guarantees for a period of 2-549 days (from 16 December, 2014) will have a floating interest rate. The rate will be derived from the key rate of the central bank plus 1.75 percentage points.

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BlackBerry Algorithmic Stock Forecast

BlackBerry, formerly Research in Motion, is by now a household name, and for due cause. For years, the company - specializing in smartphones, tablets, industrial software, and mobile device management - flourished, holding up to 43% of market share in the US mobile device market in 2010. Headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, it achieved worldwide popularity very quickly, releasing what was commonly regarded as the first smartphone in 1999. Its mobile products became particularly sought-after in the US, where, at one point in 2010, the BlackBerry client base peaked at an astonishing 21 million users.
In the short term especially, BBRY may well be a worthy stock to hold on to: its successful second-quarter shipping volume, new business unit, and upcoming phone launch may mean good things for the company in the coming months. These corporate development details, in combination with I Know First Research's proven ability to predict BBRY's success, indicate that investors would be wise to consider BBRY bullish in the 1-month and 3-month time frames.
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Bank Of America Stock Forecast Based On A Predictive Algorithm

Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC) is a household name in the United States and for good reason. By assets alone, it is the nation's second biggest bank. By Forbes' 2010 definition, it is the third largest company in the world. Where numbers are concerned, BAC seems sufficient: it services 50 million customers, possesses 5151 banking centers, holds 16259 ATMs, operates within all 50 US states, and maintains a presence in more than 40 other countries.   machine learning   Despite these solid statistics, BAC has faced continued controversies and lawsuits since 2008. The financial consequences and ethical implications of these events - particularly when taken alongside the United States housing crisis - make BAC a problematic investment, as I Know First Research confirms with its 1-month, 3-month, and 1-year forecasts.
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