Keeping it simple

PERSONALISED DYNAMIC PORTFOLIOS AT YOUR FINGER TIPS

Carefully-curated portfolio themes for your selection.

Invest with Certainty

TOTAL TRANSPARENCY
You will be shown the complete list of stocks in each investment portfolio, so you know for sure where your funds are invested.

Invest with Certainty

TOTAL TRANSPARENCY
You will be shown the complete list of stocks in each investment portfolio, so you know for sure where your funds are invested.

Make informed decisions

WE DO ALL THE HOMEWORK FOR YOU
We start with a strategy, then build portfolios using carefully thought out selection criteria.

We share our selection process with you.

After investments are made you are kept informed through access to real time performance.

January 15-21, 2018

The US dollar slipped below the 91 handle, while US 10yr Treasury yields consolidated above the 2.50% mark; 2yr yields topped 2.0% for the first time since the Financial Crisis. Gold gained to a 4-month on the back of a USD weakness. Crude maintained near recent highs but nears a key resistance at $65/bbl.

January 15, 2018

Asian stocks built on the strong start to this year and headed for a fresh record high Monday amid optimism in global growth and after US and European equities rose on Friday. Both the yen and euro have been lifted by bets the Japanese and European central banks this year will scale back their monetary stimulus, while the US dollar continues to falter despite improving core inflation and retail sales numbers.

January 12, 2018

Most Asian stocks eked higher Friday, after US equities closed at yet another record high as volatility in the Treasuries market subsided. The euro advanced following a hawkish tilt from the ECB. The US dollar remained weak after weaker-than-expected inflation data.

January 11, 2018

Asian stocks slipped into the red Thursday, as investors dialled back their appetite for risk assets amid a jump in government bond yields following news that Chinese officials have recommended slowing or halting purchases of US bonds. In North America, Canadian officials raised the odds of the Trump administration withdrawing from Nafta.

January 8-14, 2018

The US dollar regained above 92 on Monday, while US 10yr Treasuries inched towards the 2.50% mark. Gold retreated from a 3-1/2 month high and looks likely to undergo some form of pullback. Crude slipped as well, but held above the $61/bbl handle.

Investing made affordable

INVESTING MADE ACCESSIBLE TO EVERYONE

We keep the minimum investment required for each portfolio low –
in some portfolios the invested sum can be as low as $1,000

Investing made affordable

INVESTING MADE ACCESSIBLE TO EVERYONE

We keep the minimum investment required for each portfolio low –
in some portfolios the invested sum can be as low as $1,000

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