May was an exciting month for Stockspot. We were named Asias top financial technology startup of 2014 at the Next Bank Asia conference in Singapore.
Given the quality of early stage fin tech businesses in the region, this was a great honour and gives us further confidence that there is a market for our smart, low-fee investment advice in both Australia and Asia more broadly.
We calculate that Stockspot’s direct-to-consumer financial advice and funds management service has the potential to halve investment fees across Australia and Asia.
Our portfolios aim to optimise returns and minimise risk for different types of investor. We do this by building globallydiversified portfolios of low-fee index funds
Over the eleven months to May our highest risk portfolio has returned 15.6% after fees and lowest risk portfolio returned 9.3%.
We believe achieving low fees and the right investment mix are the two keys to successful long term investing – and the worlds best regarded investor agrees:
“By periodically investing in an index fund, the know-nothing investor can actually outperform most investment professionals” – Warren Buffett
For those who haven’t joined already, here’s a sneak peak at the Stockspot portfolio view. This is where you track your investments, view performance reports and export everything directly into your accounting software at the end of each financial year. No paperwork and no hassles thanks to our software partner Sharesight.
* note Mr Buffett is not an actual Stockspot client yet
If you are someone who wants to invest without high fees or hassles, I encourage you to give Stockspot a try. Our minimum investment is just $2,000 so anyone can get started investing smarter.
We look forward to helping you build wealth with Australia’s first online investment adviser.
Low fee, hassle-free investing
Stockspot is Australia’s fastest growing automated investment service. We can help you build and manage a personalised portfolio tailored to your financial situation and your goals. With Stockspot, there’s no paperwork, no need to be an expert and no hassles.
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