A Letter From Our CEO
This isn’t about data. This isn’t about the stock market. This is about the way the systems in our lives are currently designed. They are designed to concentrate wealth. To manipulate us into buying things we don’t need. And to leave the vast majority of us behind... slowly, but absolutely. System design isn’t something we’re conditioned to care about. It’s overwhelming to get our heads around. We’d rather go about our day, putting food on the table, and satiating our curiosity. Simple ple
December 4, 2019
How Our Referral Program Works
Delphia is building a groundbreaking investment collective that turns personal data into investable wealth. Every time we add a new member, Delphia's collective intelligence improves, allowing us to make more informed investing decisions. But we can’t do this alone. We need your help to recruit others. All you have to do is share your referral link, which you received in your welcome email, with your friends and family. This way, you can add new Delphia members, make our company smarter —
February 18, 2020
As we come out of stealth mode, we’ve been delighted with the initial coverage we’ve received from leading publications such as Fast Company, Forbes, TechCrunch and the Globe and Mail.
December 12, 2019
Our Data Values
Here at Delphia, we work hard to earn and maintain your trust. That’s why we have implemented a set of data values that explain how we safeguard your private information, and what the rules are that govern our relationship with you.
December 9, 2019
The "Data Dividend" Calculator
Delphia's mission is to restore sovereignty over our human experience. In part, this means we want to put your data to work for you. In the world of finance, many investment managers pay a hefty price (millions of dollars) to gain access to alternative data – including the data that you produce by going about your day – in order to improve the investment strategies they can offer their clients. However, the funds and investment companies with access to these unique forms of information are oft
December 4, 2019