With an impending recession and the cost of living crisis causing investors to tighten their pursestrings, the age-old transactional function of money is changing, and we are entering a new age of financial democracy.
What does this mean? It means that ordinary people can exercise their vote through finance. With fewer resources going around, investors are taking a conservative approach with their spending, taking care only to back the companies they resonate the most with. This is an era of financial revolution.