If you’re interested in active discussions about portfolio theory, Portfolio Charts has a Discord community where people around the world gather to talk about investing. From portfolio forums to discussions about articles, there are lots of opportunities to ask questions, help others, and hang out with other smart people.
How to get started
1. Sign up for a free Discord account.
2. Join the Portfolio Charts server.
The server is private so you’ll need the invite link below for access. The password to access the link is the name of the author of Portfolio Charts.
3. Get the Discord mobile app (optional, but highly recommended)
4. Claim your members role (members only)
That’s it! Once you’re connected, you can either browse the conversations on Discord or use the various links around Portfolio Charts to take you directly to relevant discussions.
While it was originally designed for gamers, Discord has grown into a great way to connect with all types of online communities. It has tons of features like text chats, forums, and live events. And the many different bots make it easy to moderate and add fun interactive functionality.
How does Discord work?
If you’re new to Discord, take a minute to read the Beginner’s Guide to Discord. It’s a cool system that makes it easy to communicate with lots of different people.
Why do I need to provide my phone number?
If you haven’t already registered a phone number with Discord, you’ll be asked to provide one to join the Portfolio Charts server. Your number remains completely private and is hidden even from me. It is used solely as a security measure to keep out spam accounts and enforce bans for disruptive behavior.
Are any topics not allowed?
Professional advice is strictly prohibited.
Aside from that hard rule, I want to encourage good discussion and I’m not the type to enforce heavy-handed moderation. All I ask is that you stay on topic, be polite, avoid politics, and keep it family-friendly.