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Millennial Money Matters podcast: Episode 13, eToro

By Ryan Weeks on 28th June 2017


Episode 13 of Millennial Money Matters focuses on eToro, a social trading platforms for experienced and rookie investors alike. The platform can be used to trade in a wide range of financial instruments. Avid traders can use the platform to develop a reputation for themselves, and can then be copied by less experienced investors. The site has a strong social element. Users can interact and ask questions about particular strategies, trends, and so on. eToro also offers users a wealth of educational resources, but perhaps more importantly, it gives users the chance to trade virtually, i.e. with a make-believe sum of money. This allows less experienced investors to dip their toes into the complex world of trading, and is a feature that is doubtless popular with younger people. 


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