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The investing world abounds with methods, tactics, and strategies to invest.
What if the secret were as simple as… copying?
Of course, there’s no single secret to investing, but there are things that can give you edges and advantages, and I may have one of them.
It’s called Copy Trade, and BBAE has it with our new in-app product called Town Square.
I’ll have what he’s having…
Town Square lets you copy the trades of the best investors on the BBAE platform (who’ve opted in to share). With just a few clicks.
You can even get notified in real time when new trades are available to review.
Benefits of the BBAE Town Square
Town Square can be an instant, no-brainer way to add stocks to your portfolio.
But it can also be a way to learn – to learn what high-performing investors are buying and selling, to learn about different investing and trading strategies, and to participate in (or just read) discussions with fellow investors on the BBAE platform.
Another benefit? BBAE’s Town Square trades are real trades verified by the platform; they’re not just self-reported, so you can be sure they’re real trades that really happened.
Finally, BBAE offers performance tracking: you can see how well the investor you’re considering copying is doing, and how well your own copied trades have done – all inside an intuitive and easy interface.
And best of all, Town Square is just one of many investor-centric features BBAE offers.
From real-time quotes and data to curated lists of stock ideas to managed smart beta portfolios, BBAE has a wealth of resources to help you master the market – by mastering your own portfolio first.
And if you open a BBAE account now, you can receive up to $400 in bonus money. Click here to learn more about Town Square and BBAE.
Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only and is neither investment advice nor a solicitation to buy or sell securities. Investing carries inherent risks. Always conduct thorough research or consult with a financial expert before making any investment decisions.