“Beware the investment activity that produces applause; the great moves are usually greeted by yawns.” – Warren Buffet
The above quote, from a man who has made fortunes from working in some of the best global companies is testament to the fact that some investments are the proverbial ‘Trojan Horse’. Investments come in various forms. Some silently creep on you, taking only one with a discerning eyes to see, while others announce their entrance with a bang, creating a jamboree like atmosphere that ultimately turn out to be false with investors losing their hard earned cash.
Warren Buffet couldn’t have hit the nail any harder than he did with those profound words that perfectly capture the giant strides of Wealth Drive Group Africa, a company that deposits through referrals from other customers and trades on the South African stock market; a company that has redefined the culture of forex trading and has further delivered nothing short of satisfaction on multiple fronts, in a continent where duplicity has slowly become the stock in trade of most trading institutions.
Sadly, its staggering milestone achievements have been greeted by ‘yawn’ as chronicled by America’s business magnate.
Wealth Drive Group Africa is a leading indigenous financial investment company with a customer first mentality that has taken additional steps to provide features for investors looking to build diversified portfolios.
Any financial expert worth their salt knows that one of the ways to be financially independent is via passive income. Passive income is unmistakably one of the most important and central ways that the rich employs to increase their wealth.
With only few months in business, the company has been able to build a formidable influence that has become the touchstone for other investment companies looking to deliver premium services to customers. This track record of success was achieved on expertise, professionalism and core adherence to the sacrosanct creeds of forex trading.
Through technology and policy, the company has developed a number of safeguards which notify customers of trading violations, confined to offer only exchange-listed securities, ETFs and ADRs (no penny stocks) and a functional retail-focused surveillance system, which provides transparency to customers by providing real-time updates on margin leverage, protecting customers from margin calls, and monitoring to detect GFVs and PDTs after (and even before) they occur.
The company couldn’t have taken healthier measures to protect the interest and investments of its esteemed customers, considering the rising spate of fraudulent activities pervading the exchange market.
The African continent is regrettably marred with simple-minded individuals who seem to have a penchant for negatively criticizing successful and groundbreaking platforms that can drive a stunning exodus of Africans from the fetters of poverty to a state of financial freedom and abundance.
For the average African who sees investments as an alien term, the road to financial freedom finally became a reality with Wealth Drive Global, which was founded on the mission to democratize investing in the U.S. stock market by making it available to everyone, globally, at an affordable cost that leaves one with unfathomable incredulity, except for those with discerning understanding of the operations obtainable in forex trading.
The company’s generous operations were built to bridge the distant gap between the rich and the poor, while creating opportunities that can upset the apple cart in our rich-dominated culture.
Wealth Drive Global is beyond your run-of-the-mill forex trading firm. For them, integrity, premium service delivery and actual return on investment (ROI) have been their watchword, which is self-evident in their operations.
If the financial probity of this futuristic commercial company is ever to be in doubt, then the foundation of every prominent financial firm must be questioned