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This Nigerian Fintech Startup ‘Trove’ Wants to Help You Invest in Your Desired Company

  Investing in stocks has proven to be one of the most profitable ways to build wealth. Some of the wealthiest people in the world own large quantities of stocks in both the private and public sector. And with many Nigerian companies –  MTN ,  Airtel ,  Jumia ,  Interswitch  – becoming listed or planning to list on the stock exchange (international and local), the opportunities are more and lucrative. But as attractive as it looks, there’s a problem. Most of these investment opportunities are for elite citizens and the average person may find it impossible to partake, thanks to the heavy charges. Asides exclusivity, the hectic process of getting it done is discouraging – from the walk-ins to the disconcerting paperwork. Lack of knowledge about how it’s done pushes Nigerians to seek help from stockbrokers. A service for which they end up paying huge charges. Here comes Trove, a Nigerian fintech startup that wants to help with this. Signing up on Trove   With as low as ₦1,000, Trove allo