Miami, FL, October 13, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Inversionario.com, a financial education website for the Hispanic community, is excited to announce that it has reached 1,000 daily visitors for the first time since the website’s launch back in 2007. Inversionario is especially proud of reaching this milestone due to the fact that the company has yet to advertise its existence or its services to the general public; such milestone was reached through word of mouth and return visitors.
Inversionario was founded as an online educational resource for Hispanics interested in learning more about finance, investments and financial management. The site gained traction over time, as more Hispanics started taking the initiative to seize control of their investments and get their financial house in order. In the past year alone, visitors have increased over 300% as compared to the prior year. Inversionario’s growth has been mostly organic - visitors regularly return to the website in search of answers to their financial questions.
“We are completely blown away by the level of support that Inversionario’s users have provided us this past year,” states founder Antonio Regojo. “We are beyond ecstatic to learn that more Hispanics are being pro-active and taking investing into their own hands, not just in the United States but in Latin America as well, given the fact that the financial industry has left this demographic to fend for itself when it comes to financial education.”
Inversionario aims to encourage Hispanics to manage their own finances, by providing them access to the tools and information necessary to make informed financial decisions. Many people are intimidated by finance, and believe that investing is too complex for them, given that there are thousands of stocks and mutual funds, hundreds of different financial products available and very complex terminology. For some, this complexity and intimidation results in an inability to make the right financial decisions; for others, such intimidation causes them to forego investing altogether, leaving many people unprepared for financial emergencies, saddled with debt and with no savings for their retirement. Inversionario aims to help Spanish speakers overcome such fear by simplifying finance.
It is no secret that investors are jittery. The economy is struggling, unemployment remains unacceptably high and there does not appear to be any sign of improvement. Hispanics have borne the brunt of the recession, as they face large unemployment and wage decreases. The real estate and stock market bubbles of the last ten years have not only scared away many small investors, but created the suspicion that the stock market is rigged for the wealthy. Moreover, bank bailouts followed by billion dollar bonuses and new bank fees on customers have resulted in a lack of trust for the financial community and a strong resentment of Wall Street. Unfortunately, such resentment, suspicion and fear have caused entire generations of persons to ignore investing or saving. Rather than ignore the stock market and skip investing, Inversionario encourages its visitors to take control of their finances, save properly, manage their debt and plan for retirement.
Inversionario intends to roll out a series of new products and services for the Hispanic community that will teach sound investment practices, savings and debt management. At the same time, Inversionario will continue offering its customers free high quality financial education information, to ensure that they make sound financial decisions and properly prepare for their retirement.
For more information on Inversionario, please visit http://www.inversionario.com, or contact us at email@example.com.