The company said it checks references and the guides go through a background check.
In recent years trading has become widely accessible and popular with consumers in all corners of the globe. With the support of smartphones and laptops, professional investors can monitor their portfolios from practically anywhere in the world and with relative ease. However, trading does not come without its risks and has been historically scrutinised for allowing new traders to make investments that could potentially bankrupt them.
Welcome to our money series from Good Housekeeping, where we ask our favourite financial gurus for their thoughts on everything from investing to what they splurge their money on. This week it's Michelle Pearce-Burke, co-founder and COO at Wealthify, a digital investment company. Michelle began her career as a stockbroker for a boutique firm in Guernsey, but realised early on that the opportunity that investing provides should be available to everyone - not just the wealthy. She launched Wealthify in 2014, aged 25.
COVID-19 pandemic has forced many of us to lock ourselves inside our homes. The pandemic has affected many and people are left out of work. Thanks to the era of the internet, we are now able to make money online. However, many websites suggest ways that are not legit or do not help people make actual mony. So, here’s a list of some emerging content platforms that are actually helping users make money.
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