Stonks Trading is giving its company away.
Des Moines, Iowa Mar 18, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - 2021 started off itching to make a name for itself when the stock market was flipped upside down by the Wall Street Bets subreddit revolution. The army of avid retail investors stood up to the once untouchable hedge funds, only to have their best efforts swatted away by the system they operated within. Trading halts were placed on contested stocks by a bevy of retail investing apps, leading many to cry foul, and one man to think, there must be a better way.
Enter Anthony Hughes. A serial entrepreneur, Anthony has successfully led three bootstrapped companies to profitability within 12 months of inception. This determination and dedication prompted him to ensure that hard-working, everyday investors will finally get a voice in the frenzied world of stock trading. This voice would be heard through Stonks Trading.
The Stonks Trading Story
On January 27, 2021, with the effects of trading limits on the contentious US equities rippling throughout the online community, Stonks Trading decided it was time to push back. Stonks Trading was created to disrupt the standard financial industry by putting its users in charge of the company.
Stonks Trading's goal of offering 49.9% ownership of its company to their retail investment peers is meant to be a shot across the bow of the Wall Street Leviathan. This message states loud and clear; the "little man," can no longer be ignored. It is this audacious proclamation that has social media platforms buzzing.
Get Yourself a Piece of the Pie
Stonks Trading is the trading platform of the people, by the people, and for the people. People just like you! Join the waitlist today and get FIVE free shares of the company - no purchase necessary. You can own a part of the company that is giving regular retail investors a voice to be heard, and a seat at the table.
Visit TryStonks.com today and join the revolution.
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