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.

November 23, 2017

The dollar held onto losses after tumbling as the latest Federal Reserve meeting minutes suggested divisions over the future path for US monetary policy. Chinese stocks declined after their recent surge that prompted government warnings about runaway prices. Singapore raised its growth forecast for this year, underscoring strength across Southeast Asian economies, with third-quarter data from the Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand exceeding forecasts as well. Gold and oil held onto gains after overnight rallies.

20-26 November, 2017

The US dollar remains capped at the key 94 handle, while US 10yr Treasuries continue to languish below the 2.40% resistance. Gold continued to edge higher, but continues to struggle to break above $1,300/Oz. Crude oil snapped a 5-week winning streak, although there continues to be significant buying around the $55/bbl support.

November 20, 2017

Asian stocks resumed last week’s slide amid signs of fatigue following a stellar year for the region’s equities. Chinese equities extended Friday’s slump triggered by state media warnings of stocks rising too fast. German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s push to form a coalition government collapsed. The US dollar found some support earlier today after sliding over its past two sessions.

November 15, 2017

A global equity sell off deepened in Asia amid signs of an oversupply in commodities and as concern grows that stocks have become too expensive, while there remains uncertainty about U.S. tax reform. The dollar traded near a three-week low and Treasuries climbed.

13-19 November, 2017

The US dollar remains supported above the key 94 handle, while US 10yr Treasuries recovered to the 2.40% handle. Gold continues to show resilience above $1,260/Oz, while oil gained for a fifth straight week but showed signs of exhaustion at the $58/bbl mark.

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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