Hola mis amigos!
Remember Star Trek and that whole “final frontier” idea? Did you ever think that someone would apply the same metaphor to an online investment company? Would you ever expect to read “We know how to dominate the skies” in other context that, for instance, on an airplane company’s website?
And how do you feel about the idea of “[living] your life on auto pilot”? I know that it’s supposed to mean “[stitting] back and [relaxing]” but somehow it may also mean being a lifeless puppet that’s incapable of deciding for her/himself. I know, I know, I am not the most glass-is-half-full kind of person...
The inspirational quotes above come from a new website, https://themoneygalaxy.com, home of The Money Galaxy Inc., “a private investment firm legally registered in Delaware”. As you should probably deduce by now, the sky and space references are a part of the whole The Money Galaxy brand. I hope you deduced that, otherwise I’m just worried. About mankind in general, amigos.
The Money Galaxy has been around for some time: the domain was registered on the 28th of June 2011, and the company was officially registered on the 28th of November 2008. What The Money Galaxy aims at is “to get as much earning from Forex, Stock Market and other markets as possible”. So, amigos, sky is literally the limit, it seems. I should probably warn you: there are many space-related references ahead... According to the website, the Delaware-based The Money Galaxy Inc. “invests in all types of financial products, such as bonds, equities, money market instrument and many other investment funds”. The “Masterpiece Financial Strategy” that makes one of the headlines on the page is basically “conserving capital, spreading risk, regular investment and balance portfolio”, the last one meaning that they “make you invest in all types of financial products”. I enjoy diversity as much as the next person, but what I am not a fan of is “making me” do anything. But that’s me, I’m paranoid, obviously.
While it may seem that The Money Galaxy has stepped on my toes somehow, in fact I really, really... Loved https://themoneygalaxy.com. And you know how hard it is for me to say that. But, if you read any of my previous reviews, you know that I often complain about companies’ lack of transparency, security, general know-how, poor support system and the apparent lack of taste. Here’s what The Money Galaxy has to offer: an extremely well-thought through page with all the right sections. It’s one of those rare cases where you don’t have to hire a PI to learn who they are. There even is a link to Delaware’s official website where you can look up the Money Galaxy https://delecorp.delaware.gov/tin/GINameSearch.jsp. You can learn their full address, how long they have been in business and they even understand that we live in the age of pictures, so you have the photos of Delaware on the website just to make the company seem more real.
We can’t learn the names of people behind the Money Galaxy, but that, unfortunately, seems to be the official policy of online money-making businesses. However, The Money Galaxy does not shy away from someday meeting you face to face: according to the comprehensive FAQ section “in the next couple of months [they] are going to open several offices in North America, Europe and Southeast Asia”, so maybe then The Money Galaxy will become even more open to clients.