2 guys in a room start arguing. It lasts for 90 seconds. It's passive-aggressive and funny. Fin.

Is giving big bankers a hard time getting kinda old? (No. No, it is not.)

These two guys get to talking about investments...

Hmmm. That's a really good question.


We know the stock market can be unreliable...

Don't bury your money in your backyard. Click here instead.

I hear ya.

Did you know there's another option?

Yes! That's a good point! Real stuff is great!

You can invest a lot of money in something big and intangible like the stock market ... or you can invest in real things, like local businesses and organizations that help your community instead. I don't know about you, but I'd rather not have my investment money being used to fuel "Wolf of Wall Street" shenanigans.

It's really neat — OK, more than neat! — that you can invest in small businesses and support your community with such a small amount of money. Seems like a win-win for the little guy (or gal) if you ask me.

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