My guest on the show today is Thomas Li, the co-founder and CEO of financial data company Daloopa. Daloopa is a private company that was founded by a group of former buy-side investment analysts who saw the opportunity to use technology to upgrade the research process at just about any type of investment firm; but with a specific focus on saving analysts and portfolio managers time. Just a few years into its journey, the company already has over 200 employees and has multiple offices around the world.
In this wide-ranging interview, Thomas and I discussed:
Where the original idea for Daloopa came from;
How he views the legacy data providers such as CapitalIQ and Bloomberg;
What Daloopa is doing to make the product a must-have versus a nice-to-have;
What AI means within the context of Daloopa; and
The importance of building a company that naturally generates a lot of cash
As a disclaimer, Daloopa is a sponsor of the Compounders podcast. Cove Street nor Ben Claremon are shareholders of Daloopa.
Without any further ado, here is my conversation with Daloopa CEO Thomas Li. For more information about Daloopa, please visit: https://daloopa.com/
This episode of Compounders: The Anatomy of a Multibagger is sponsored by Daloopa. Daloopa was founded by a former hedge fund analyst to bring simplicity to the investment process. Daloopa offers an AI-driven, single source for all company reported data, and allows for investment teams to make the most informed decisions in the shortest amount of time. For more information, please visit: https://daloopa.com/
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