As the campaign heads toward its close, Bailey hopes users will feel empowered in the investment arena that he says “wasn’t made for everybody to play.”
That all changes now with platforms like Neon Money Club, which are shifting the narrative on who should participate.
“The top things we hear when asking people why they don’t invest is that they think they don’t have enough money to get started or that it’s difficult. A lot of that is because of how this game was built. It wasn’t made for everybody to play. But once you see that there isn’t a big barrier to getting started and that you belong here too, as you are, then it levels the field so that you can participate. It’s like Marion Wright Edelman says, ‘You can’t be what you can’t see.’ We want you to see it,” Bailey said.