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African American Stock Market Company Partners With Wall Street Expert, Launches New Educational Program For Beginners

Everyday people hear about the stock market, however, few people really understand how it works and how to “actively” buy and sell stocks. African Americans, in particular, are not taking advantage of the stock market. Statistics show that African Americans are 35% less likely to get involved in the stock market as whites of the same income. Another study said, “It’s sad, really, because those who are not in the stock market are much poorer as a result. It’s a big reason for the wealth gap.”

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FLip That Stock, founded by J.R. Fenwick, is changing that. FLip That Stock is an African American owned company and leading stock market education and technology company that specializes in teaching beginners how to invest and trade stocks.
The company has recently partnered with a leading Wall St. stock investing Expert and created a new education program called “Sneak PEEK”.

Sneak PEEK will teach beginners how the stock market works and then give them access to daily and weekly stock picks and recommendations by a leading stock investing expert on their private social media site.

“I’m so excited about Sneak PEEK because now African Americans will have the opportunity to have a Sneak PEEK behind the curtain to see what stocks top stock investors on Wall St are recommending to their high net worth clients and beginners will be able to invest in those stocks too!”

FLip That Stock will be hosting a Special Nationwide Webinar with their NEW Stock Investing Expert on Sunday, November 22, 2020, at 8:15pm EST for beginners who want to learn how the stock market works and get a Sneak PEEK into stocks Wall Street experts are buying.

 

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