mynahTony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·March 10, 2015·1 min readThe Daily Dig for Wednesday, March 11 ShareTweetShareSubmit How banks mine data and what they look for While a bank spinner might say it helps them serve you better, many others do not like bank data accumulators parsing every bit so they can predict our every action. Teddy Nykiel reports. Banks even making money on stress tests Some bank shares rose after successful stress test results. Deon Roberts reports. Strong crowdfunding demand causing U.K. regulatory backlog Prospective U.K. crowdfunding platforms are waiting up to six months for the government okie dokie. It could get worse, writes Sean Farrell. Crowdfund your pension? Edward Siedle looks into the possibilities.See alsoJune 5, 2015CAN Capital draws on experience through lean times to provide stability New U.K. platform manages investments It took a lot of work, but Nutmeg is now managing portfolios in the United Kingdom. Peter Lee explains. Investors like these entrepreneurial mindsets Counter-intuitive thinking is one characteristic potential investors like in entrepreneurs. Martin Zwilling has a few more. Like this article? Take a second to support us on Patreon!