Anyone living in Brazil searching for financial information through newsletters will undoubtedly tell you that Empiricus Research is the company to subscribe to. They provide a lot of reliable information on the finance sector, and people particularly love their content dealing with investment.
Empiricus is the result of a partnership between the US based company called the Agora, along with three Brazilian entrepreneurs called Rodolfo Amstalden, Ciao Mesquita, and Felipe Miranda. All together they set up this independent publishing firm that has always made it their target to increase both their subscribers and revenues with each passing year. Noteworthy, Empiricus owns fifty percent of the O Antagonista website, a political website with insights and commentary, in collaboration with Diogo Minardi and Mario Sabino.
To date, Empiricus has around 350,000 subscribers, with the count increasing each day. Another one of their primary goals is to make a bigger impact in society. They want Brazilians to become more confident in their financial choices, especially when it comes to investing their money in various income streams.
Empiricus’ primary focus is also on the stock market, which they believe is a great way for people to make passive income, provided they know what they are doing, so they can make informed choices.
It has been recently announce that one million Brazilians have just recently invested in the stock market. This number may seem is dismal other countries, but it already a very good for Brazil, who’s people had once lost confidence in this industry. It is indeed small compared to the American statistics that states more than half of all the adults investing in stocks. Read This Article for related information.
The goal of Brazil is to invite at least 5 million people to invest in the stock market. This was actually the goal of Gilson Finkelsztain, for Member of the Executive Board of MB&FBovespa. Ironically, this 5 million figure was reached by South Korea as early as 9 years ago. And to think their country size and population are both less than the size of Brazil.
Empiricus has kept tabs on these numbers because this is the primary indicator of the subscribers they can tap to their site. Today, Empiricus plays a special role in informing people regarding finance, which makes them examine their financial status. Now, they have access to vital information, that only the rich had privilege to read before. Because of Empiricus’ role in the dissemination of information, many Brazilians have managed to increase their assets.
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