Apptopia provides mobile performance data for 7+ million apps in 60+ countries globally. Apptopia accurately estimates the active users, revenue, downloads, usage, and engagement for all ranked apps in the world. This data has historically proven to have strong, predictive correlations with publicly reported key revenue drivers for hundreds of tickers and have often been a leading indicator of company performance.
Top Data Points Include: Downloads, In App Purchase Revenue, Daily Active Users, Monthly Active Users, Total Number of Sessions and Total Time Spent in App. Apptopia's data is available at daily granularity down to the country with history going back to January 1st 2015. For example, this means Apptopia could show Total Time Spent inside Netflix on February 17th 2018 in the UK.
When it comes to predicting earnings, educated investment decisions always starts with data. In this webinar, we will be using Apptopia data to predict earnings reports across a variety of industries including airlines, financial services, recreational products, home improvement, video games, e-commerce, food delivery, and more.
Some tickers we spoke about include:
This webinar occurred on Wednesday, September 16th, 2020 at 10:15AM.
Jonathan Kay co-founded Apptopia at the age of 25. As the COO, he leads the daily operations and strategic direction, including product development and global sales. He’s an expert on the mobile landscape, app economy and how data and predictive modeling add transparency to the ecosystem. As someone who believes deeply in the importance of customer engagement, he is constantly striving to find scalable intimacy. He’s extremely passionate about branding and storytelling.
Nicholas Wencis is the Director of Equity Research at Apptopia. Previously, he worked on the buy-side for seven years, where he researched equities as a generalist. Nicholas is now focused solely on app analytics and the value-add that alternative data brings to the investment/due diligence process.
Jon ‘DRJ’ Najarian was linebacker for the Chicago Bears before he turned to another kind of contact sport – trading on the Chicago Board Options Exchange.
He became a member of the CBOE, NYSE, CME and CBOT and worked as a floor trader for some 25 years. In 1990 he founded Mercury Trading, a market-making firm at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), which he sold in 2004 to Citadel, one of the world’s largest hedge funds. In 2005 Jon co-founded optionMONSTER and tradeMONSTER, sold a majority stake to private equity firm General Atlantic Partners in 2014 & two years later sold the firm to E*Trade for $750M. Today, he is a host on CNBC, a professional investor, money manager, stock & crypto markets analyst.