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Fluid Markets

Exchange to Invest in Company Earnings

Fluid Markets is enabling investments in the fundamentals of public companies. Invest in earnings, revenue, regions, and business segments of companies, without having to buy the stock.

Fluid Markets
Founded:
Team Size:3
Location:New York
Group Partner:Aaron Epstein
Founders
Kenneth Book
Kenneth Book
Founder
Benjamin Litvin
Benjamin Litvin
Founder
Ari Wax
Ari Wax
Founder

Company Launches

Here at Fluid, we’re building futures contracts that enable direct investments in the earnings and revenue of publicly traded companies, without taking any market risk.

For example, invest in Apple earnings, but not Apple stock. If Apple outperforms earnings expectations, you will make money.

Today, we're launching our beta in the form of a paper trading competition!

❌ The Problem: The Stock Goes Down, Even When Earnings Beat

Investors model out revenue and earnings while determining the value of the underlying company. When quarterly statements are released, an investor's prediction about a component can be correct, but they can still lose money on the trade. Investors cannot accurately eliminate external risk through current hedging strategies.

Try it Out: A Paper Trading Competition With Real Cash Prizes

Our trading competiton allows you to test our markets while we undergo regulatory approval.

Each competition lasts 2 weeks, with cash prizes awarded to those who place within the top 10.

Home Page: Track Your Progress Against The Competition

Our Live Markets: Go Long or Short Earnings, Revenue, and More

Portfolio: Track Your Performance

Start trading now!

Ask: If you are or know anyone who is a public equities investor, from hedge fund managers to asset managers to retail traders, please introduce them to Fluid!

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Fluid Markets - Exchange to invest in company earnings

Fluid is a futures exchange enabling direct investments in the components that influence stock prices, without taking any market risk.
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