Social Trading Super App for Main Street Investors Is “Past performance is not indicative of future results” the biggest lie or the ultimate truth?

Problem

The rise of social media-based retail trading produces investment “personalities” and “gurus” with bold and conflicting opinions on an asset’s future direction that confuse traders. Equity research teams, fund managers, and journalists continue to make predictions that are not being verified for accuracy.

  1. Is it solving a niche problem or a general-purpose problem?
  2. Is it a nice-to-have or a need-to-have?
  3. How much does it cost?

Solution

Traders need to know whose investment predictions are factually trustworthy based on the predictors’ track record. By keeping a track record of accurate and inaccurate predictions, FatBull holds the likes of Cathie Wood, Warren Buffet, r/wallstreetbets influencers accountable by verifying their predictions and trades for social discussions.

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Revenue Streams

  1. Flat percentage commision from premium membership subscription fees
  2. Order flows to market makers
  3. SaaS API
  4. Commision fees from users purchasing in-app financial products: auto-triggering trade instructions; customized virtual ETFs for fractional equity shares and crypto; offer FatBull crypto ETFs.
  5. Commission and interest on margin trading accounts