FundSeeder is a broker-agnostic, financial technology company pioneering a trading revolution. It is the world's first search engine for undiscovered trading talent. FundSeeder will allow skilled traders worldwide who do not have access to investor capital to get their results in front of the global investment community.
A critical component of the FundSeeder platform is that all posted trader returns will be verified directly via links to brokerage firms and not based on data provided by the traders themselves. Thus investors will not only have a tool for discovering trading talent but will also benefit by knowing that all posted results have undergone a verification process.
The company is founded by
To attract a deep pool of talent, FundSeeder is open for all traders regardless of trading background or location. As an added incentive, traders who register will get a chance to be featured in Schwager's next book Undiscovered Market Wizards, which will feature interviews with great traders discovered through FundSeeder.
On this historical launch to source new trading talent, author
FundSeeder's research and technology team, led by
Commenting on the technology team and prospects of FundSeeder,
FundSeeder is undoubtedly a game changer. Traders will finally get a platform that will enable them to sidestep barriers to entry, such as exorbitant start-up costs and a lack of connections. It will allow traders to showcase their talent and build a verified track record to attract investor capital. FundSeeder's goal is to ensure that undiscovered traders who have what it takes to outperform the competition get maximum visibility in the investment world.
Interested traders and investors can register at http://www.fundseeder.com.
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