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We chose our two partners above very carefully, but by no means are they the only options out there. We reviewed both for months and outlined the pros and cons of each in hopes of providing you with a framework for your decision. We wanted our first recommendations to maximize value to our users (free cash & stock), create impact value (cash to donate), and demonstrate the integrity of our recommendations.
At the end of the day, it’s all about what’s right for you. If you’re just buying basic funds and stocks to hold for the long term, you can do that almost anywhere. Just find a respectable institution that charges no fees and has an interface that you don’t hate using. You want to feel comfortable using it. We would encourage you to consider some of the other big institutions as well, like Fidelity, Charles Schwab, Vanguard, E-trade, Chase, Ally invest, etc.
We’re bootstrapping it so far, focused on building a platform to positively impact as many people as possible. We’re generating revenue from the sale of our investing videos.
Our intention is to align our revenue with our mission. If we can help people build confidence to start investing, everybody wins. Ultimately, we’ll be curating additional financial services to help our users take action, but we want to put our first dollars to work helping create a more inclusive economy.
We want to do well by doing good. So we’re integrating a philanthropic component into our business right from the start. We think that if we can provide real value to people, the mission will catch on.
Disclaimer & Additional Information
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