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Together we can invest better.

Intelligent investing is easier than you think.

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We're committed to helping you invest better.

Whether you're a first time investor or a seasoned veteran, Nvstr is designed to elevate your investing. Through technology and collaboration, you can unlock the collective experience of other smart investors, and easily build a portfolio optimized just for you.

Our leadership team

We've been professional investors at some of the world's most sophisticated institutions, but we've also experienced the frustrations of personal investing. Most investing platforms today are too focused on encouraging you to trade a lot, rather than empowering you with the insights and technology you need to invest intelligently. That's why we created Nvstr.

Bernard George
Co-founder, CEO
Bernard spent most of his career managing fundamental and quantitative investment strategies at hedge funds and banks like J.P. Morgan and Credit Suisse. He’s also worked on software architecture at Microsoft and as an engineer at tech startups. He has a degree in Physics from Harvard.
Patrick Aber
Co-founder
Patrick was previously at Tower Research Capital and The Carlyle Group where he designed sophisticated investment strategies in equities and commodities. He has also built natural language data systems at a tech startup. He studied Applied Math and Economics at Harvard.
Hayden Cacace
Director of Product Engineering, Nvstr Technologies
Hayden has built a wide range of software products including multiplayer video games and systems to reimagine the role of tech in the classroom. He was a rookie of the year at Electronic Arts, where he began his career working on The Sims. He has a degree in CS from University of Michigan.
Eric Hasselbring
Software Engineer, Nvstr Technologies
Eric has a passion for building clean, and simple user interfaces. His main goal at Nvstr is to deliver the best experience possible for our community. In school, his interest in combining social network features and investing led him to build a “connected investing” app which has informed much of the UX design he contributes to Nvstr.

None of us is as smart as all of us.

What if, instead of reading pages and pages about a stock, you could simply glance at a list of the Pros and Cons for owning it?

The most relevant, insightful bullet points percolate to the top. They're vetted via collaborative discussion by trusted friends - and the community.

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