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Power to the People: Wall Street Bows to Investor Revolution

Power to the People: Wall Street Bows to Investor Revolution

It’s the biggest Wall Street shake-up in 100 years.

We are on the verge of the biggest revolution being led — not by the market makers or big-time investors — but by Main Street investors.

That’s right. It’s called fractional trading and zero commissions. And it’s the next big thing in investing. Like it or not, Wall Street is being forced to take notice.

Now, individual investors are able to profit on stocks they once thought they’d never be able to invest in — and it’s leading to profits for investors like you.

It’s not just investors watching this profitable economic surge, either.

As I shared in this tweet on Sunday:

For more of my thoughts on investing and industry news as it happens, be sure to follow me on Twitter @MampillyGuru.

Check out this week’s video to find out:

  • How fractional trading and zero commissions will lead to the biggest Wall Street shake-up in 100 years.
  • Why Richard Branson’s attitudes toward investing has Main Street investors clamoring for more.
  • How Tesla’s solar roof panels will be the best thing to happen to your home.

Watch this week’s Market Talk below:

Do you ever feel as if you’re leaving money on the table with commission fees? If so, this revolution is for you. Tell us your story by commenting or emailing us at boldprofits@banyanhill.com. And tune in for tomorrow’s Bold Profits Daily. I’m going to dive more into this and tell you the best place to start if you want to try fractional investing.

Regards,

Paul Mampilly

Editor, Profits Unlimited

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