Don’t fight it: earning solely in naira is a drag on your aspirations to be a billionaire.
A currency that doesn’t massively slack under unpredictable political pressure is an essential store for your value. In general, more productive economies provide greater value for investment. To build wealth in the long-term, therefore, you should want part of your hard-earned salary mixing with those of the world’s richest people.
But how does one invest in high performing developed-economy companies from this part of the world? A number of startups in the Nigerian fintech space are proposing solutions. We take a glance at what three of the current players are offering you.
In less than ten minutes, you can sign up and deposit money into your Bamboo account to buy Apple and Amazon stocks.
Founded in early 2019, Bamboo curates top stocks, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and American depositary receipts (ADRs) in the United States. The company says its mobile app gives you “unrestricted access to over 3000 stocks listed on the Nigerian stock exchange and US stock exchanges”.
A tab on the app shows “the most-owned stocks in the Bamboo community”, an informal user-generated guide to novice investors looking for the right stock. If Click here to read entire article
Source:: Tech Cabal