Meet the Team

Our mission is to help retail investors conquer due diligence by automating finance media.
Jeffrey Arnold
Product Lead

Jeff has a B.S. in Applied Economics from the University of Minnesota. Currently a graduate student studying Sport Management at the University of Minnesota, Jeff's experience includes business operation roles at Wells Fargo, Thrivent Credit Union, and Community Relation roles with the Minnesota Twins and Sky Blue FC.

Nathan Worrall

Nate has a B.U.S in Entrepreneurship with an emphasis in Marketing, Strategic Communication, and Business Administration from North Dakota State University. Nate currently works as the sole founder of a digital marketing agency. Nate has gained experience in B2B marketing, B2C marketing, social media marketing, outbound marketing, and content marketing with primary exposure in the digital space.

Ramsey Shaffer

Ramsey has a B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the University of Minnesota. Currently an MBA candidate at the University of Minnesota, Ramsey's past work involves process engineering applications such as big data analytics for fin-tech for Wells Fargo and Thomas Reuters.

Sam Cartford

Sam has a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota. Sam currently works as a Technical Analyst for Boom Lab. During this time, Sam has gained experience in data science, fintech, cloud systems, and corpus linguistics, with primary exposure in the technical analytics realm with companies like Inspire Brands and Wells Fargo. Sam's past work has involved computer science applications including cybersecurity, cloud platform development, and database management.


What is Babbl?

Babbl is a technology company that builds sentiment analysis tools for retail investors. Stock & crypto traders young, old, novice and adept can use our software to improve their research process and gauge the mood of the markets more effectively. Though we are just getting started, our long-term goal is to be the one-stop-shop for all of your investment media analysis.

Why track market sentiment?

Market sentiment refers to the overall attitude of investors towards a particular stock or stock market as a whole. Positive and negative sentiment help drive price fluctuation which create investment opportunities for active traders and long-term investors.

What is sentiment analysis?

Sentiment analysis is a proven successful method of applying market psychology to a trading strategy. Empirical evidence proposes that market sentiment is one of the most reliable indicators of fluctuating price shifts.

With sentiment analysis done correctly, investors can comb through much of the noise without sacrificing value. Babbl enhances sentiment analysis by aggregating the mood of the entire online conversation around a particular stock, cryptocurrency, market, or industry. When sentiment is used to determine significant news or events paired with corresponding analysis of ticker financial performance, users can identify when the 'hype' is overvalued and undervalued. Finance-specific sentiment analysis also enables users to score news publishers in terms of their credibility and insight. By ranking individuals and sources based on their ticker mentions and price correlation, Babbl can generate an influencer score to show performance. Overall, these combined features allow Babbl to enable the everyday investor to make well-informed decisions with the power of #DueDiligence investing.

Babbl Co-Founder, Sam Cartford, touches on this more here.

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