Investing in the markets is an act which has been gaining in popularity over the years. With the advent of the internet, more and more people are able to learn how to invest properly around the world. Though an estimated half of all Americans invest in markets currently, a major developed BRIC country (Brazil, Russia, India, China) currently only has about 20 percent of its population invested into the markets.
Despite this country’s abundance of natural resources and global business prowess, Brazil is currently only experiencing about one million investors on its markets. With a larger percentage of the inhabitants of even smaller South American countries even more invested into the markets, there is an incredible amount of opportunity presently open for Brazilians at this time.
One company that is actively working to increase the presence of investors in Brazil is the one known as Empiricus.
Presently engaged in a working relationship with American business “The Agora”, in addition to Brazilian businessmen Rodolfo Amstalden, Caio Mesquita and Felipe Miranda, Empiricus has over 350,000 subscribers to their investment newsletter.
With plans of expanding their membership in the coming years, Empiricus is aiming to increase the number of Brazilian investors from one million into its longer term goal of five million. Where Brazilian investors had once trusted bankers to steer their investments in the right direction, they are now starting to take their investments into their own hands thanks to Empiricus and the wonderful advent of the internet.
With a recent Empiricus poll showing that nearly half of subscribers kept their funds in savings, that number has fallen dramatically to around 15 percent thanks to Empiricus. Refer to This Article to learn more.
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