About the Jika.io community
Jika.io is an online community for Stock Investors, Finance, and Stocks with roughly 200 members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
Jika.io is a social platform for retail stock investors to share insights and portfolio-based conversations. The platform allows users to link real portfolios, get real-time and alternative data on stocks, engage and participate in discussions, and research companies' fundamentals.
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