NEW YORK, April 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- GuideVine Technologies, Inc. (GuideVine), an online platform that helps consumers find a right-fit financial advisor by making the search for a financial expert smarter, more personal and transparent, today announced that its advisors are helping to power Investopedia's recently launched Advisor Insights platform. Advisor Insights enables Investopedia's large user base of mass-affluent investors to access free finance and investing advice from experts by submitting questions online. By bringing together the value of expert advice and the reach of digital, the platform is helping advisors amplify their voices in an increasingly competitive landscape. Click here to see how users connect with advisors on the platform.
"As the world's largest financial and investment education platform, we are excited to further our mission of helping our mass-affluent users make smarter investing decisions through Advisor Insights," said Investopedia CEO, David Siegel. "GuideVine's network of independent advisors share in our mission and have fully embraced the opportunity to lend their expertise to help answer users' most pressing questions about finance and investing."
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"The positive feedback and high helpfulness ratings that GuideVine advisors are receiving from Investopedia users is indicative of the quality of their advice and the diligence and care they bring when addressing investors' questions," said GuideVine CEO, Raghav Sharma. "We at GuideVine recognize the opportunity that Advisor Insights presents to advisors looking to enhance their reputations and expand their reach to a broader audience. In addition to the content available on the advisors' Advisor Insights profiles, users can also use the GuideVine platform to access free educational videos, schedule free consultations with the advisors and learn more about personal finance to build a brighter financial future. We are especially pleased to announce this partnership during Financial Literacy Month, as the service is a great tool to build financial literacy, which is core to both the GuideVine and the Investopedia mission."
Click here to try the Ask an Advisor feature: http://www.investopedia.com/advisor-network
GuideVine is a trust-based platform, built for the evolving digital/social world in which consumers and financial advisors live. It provides people with an unbiased and transparent way to find financial advice and content suited to their particular needs. The complimentary GuideVine investor matching service, available since March 2014, gives consumers a better way to find the right advisor. GuideVine also helps empower the financial services industry, allowing independent financial advisors to better position themselves with consumers. In the short time the service has been available, GuideVine has amassed over 250 advisors who manage more than $50B in assets. The founders are former McKinsey & Co. consultants and software entrepreneurs, with extensive experience in financial services, investment banking and retail. For more information, visit www.guidevine.com.
Wholly owned by IAC , Investopedia is the world's leading source of financial content on the web, with more than 20 million unique visitors and 60 million page views each month. Powered by a team of data scientists and financial experts, Investopedia offers timely, trusted and actionable financial information for every investor, from early investors to financial advisors to high net worth individuals. Investopedia is operated by IAC Publishing, a collection of some of the web's largest and most trusted digital media brands. For the latest in financial news and information, visit http://www.investopedia.com.
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