Earlier today, Crypto News website Horizen Time published a thorough consumer review of Webull. The conclusion being that while it excels at no fees or charges associated with trading and offering lot of stocks and ETFs that are not available on other platforms, the trading platform unfortunately loses points from not listing mutual funds and bonds and has limited investor education.
While other lower quality consumer review sites often focus solely on promoting just the good qualities of a product in order to make affiliate sales, Horizen Time strives to tell the complete story.
Zach Sherman, Lead Editor at Horizen Time said “Our reputation is incredibly important to us. If we don’t tell the truth, we serve no purpose. If people can’t trust us, then we will fail in our mission to bring most relevant information for them to make buying decisions. That’s why we don’t muddy the truth.”
The following extract makes a good summary of the review:
It’s safe to say that Webull has both good and bad features. On one hand, its main selling point is that there are no fees or charges associated with trading. There are a lot of stocks and ETFs that Webull has to offer that are not available on other platforms. On the other hand, it’s disappointing that Webull does not list mutual funds and bonds, as other commission-free platforms do. The amount of investor education offered by Webull in blog posts, articles, webinars, or videos is limited.
Zach Sherman also adds “For any consumer wanting to check the legitimacy of a review, or know if they can trust the source, I advise you to check for any obvious bias, there should be at least some criticism for just about any product.”
Horizen Time’s complete write up and review of Webull can be found at https://horizentime.com/webull/.
Horizen Time was founded in 2021 and is a dedicated Horizen (ZEN) coin news website within the crypto industry, to provide quality information to help investors make informed decisions. Additional details can be found at https://horizentime.com/.
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