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PERSONALISED DYNAMIC PORTFOLIOS AT YOUR FINGER TIPS

Carefully-curated portfolio themes for your selection.

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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 16, 2018

Asian equities are set to round out the week in mixed fashion as investors gauge whether China and the US can de-escalate their trade spat before the G-20 summit later this month. Stocks slipped in Japan and Hong Kong, and were little changed in South Korea, China and Australia. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross dampened hopes of any imminent US-China deal. The pound steadied after Thursday’s plunge as Brexit again threw the UK government into turmoil.

November 13, 2018

Asian stocks traded lower Thursday following a tech-led slump on Wall Street overnight though the worst of the losses were pared on hopes for progress in the US-China trade dispute. Treasury yields dropped and the dollar slipped from an 18-month high. Key indexes slid from Tokyo and Seoul to Sydney, with Apple Inc. suppliers under pressure. Stocks came off their lows on a report that China’s Vice Premier will visit the US to pave the way for a meeting between Trump and Xi later this month.

November 2, 2018

Asian stocks extended their rebound from a rough October, and headed for the biggest weekly rally since July 2016, amid hopes for trade talks and China stimulus. Sentiment proved resilient to underwhelming news from Apple Inc. that hit Nasdaq futures. 10yr Treasury yields edged higher ahead of tonight’s key US jobs report and the US dollar steadied after slumping overnight.

October 31, 2018

Asian stock markets were largely higher on the last day of a bruising month after a topsy-turvy U.S. session that eventually saw equities rally. Treasury yields pushed higher and the dollar edged up. Earlier, the S&P 500 Index twice erased gains that topped 1% before finally securing a rebound in the last hour of trading. China PMI and Australian CPI came in weaker than expected, while the BOJ kept its monetary policy unchanged.

October 26, 2018

Asian shares slipped again on Friday morning, deepening this week’s markets rout, after disappointing results from Alphabet Inc. and Amazon.com heightened concerns over the outlook for US corporate earnings, global trade and economic growth. The US dollar held near 2-month highs, while the 10yr Treasury yield held near 3.10%. The yuan and Australian dollar approached multi-month lows.

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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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