Stocks, also known as shares, are the units of ownership in a publicly traded company. By owning stocks, you become a shareholder of the company which can give you a share in the company’s profits and the voting rights in their Annual General Meeting and other shareholder votes. The more shares an individual owns, the greater the voting power they have.
By joining the Moves Collective and completing tasks, you are rewarded with fractional shares of the platforms you earn income on that our program supports. The exact stock and amount can differ between each task completed and will be provided by our partner, Bumped Financial.
The Moves Collective currently owns shares across four publicly traded gig companies: Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, and Grubhub. We will continually monitor our supported gig apps and update this list when necessary.
For this initial launch of the Moves Collective, stock rewards will only be available with Uber.
To learn more about the Moves Collective you can click here.
Brokerage services and products are provided through Bumped Financial LLC, member FINRA/SIPC. More about Bumped Financial LLC is available on FINRA’s BrokerCheck. Mention of any specific stock or holding is for illustrative purposes only and not an investment recommendation. This is not an offer to buy or sell securities, or to open an account where Bumped Financial LLC isn’t registered. The Bumped app and website are operated by Bumped, Inc. Bumped Financial is a wholly owned Subsidiary of Bumped, Inc. Moves is not an affiliate or subsidiaries of Bumped Inc or Bumped Financial.
Investing in securities involves risk, including possible loss of principal: Not FDIC Insured • No Bank Guarantee • May Lose Value. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Neither Moves nor Bumped financial offers investment advice. Accounts are self directed. Individual investors should consider the risks and benefits associated with any investment or strategy and weigh potential benefits of investing against the risks associated with any investment. Risks include loss of the total value of the investment.
Accumulation of collective voting shares is not a consideration when determining the appropriateness of owning a particular stock. Investors should prioritize their individual investment objectives and personal investment considerations when deciding whether to buy, hold, or sell any security. Individual investors should consider the merits of a particular investment as it relates to their individual investment goals, overall financial situation, and appetite for risk.