Monday, October 4, 2021

Financial Independence For The Visually Impaired: Part Six

 One thing that puts blind and visually impaired people off investing in the stock market for themselves is that they think there is no way to know what they are investing in.

One of the brokerages which I use is called M1 Finance.  The basic brokerage account is very simple to operate.  I opened a brokerage account in mid January 2020.  I began with just $100 and have been investing up to $17 every Monday since the account opened.

I have just produced a video showing the M1 account being used with the NVDA screen reader.

You can see the video here:

I cannot guarantee that if you invest with M1 Finances brokerage that your money will grow as rapidly as mine has, that is for the market to decide, and your stock picking skills.

But if you open an account with M1 and fund it with $100 in a few days, M1 will give you an extra $30 as a thank you, that money can be invested in your account giving you an instant profit.  The link to open an account is in the video description on YouTube.

Note: I too will receive a $30 payment from M1 as a thank you, so you will be helping me too.  Thank you for supporting me and my work.

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