SingSaver introduces new Investments category so users can compare commission fees, trading fees and minimum deposits across individual online brokerage platforms.
Personal finance platform, SingSaver, has launched its Investments category to allow users to compare different online brokerage and robo advisory platforms for free.
To initiate any investment, users will need a brokerage account to buy and sell investment products, be it on the Singapore Exchange or in overseas markets. The new category allows users to compare commission fees, trading fees and minimum deposits across individual online brokerage platforms, including Singapore and US stocks-related investment accounts, Forex and RoboAdvisors, amongst others. This new category also provides users who are keen to begin or continue investing with educational content and tools to make informed financial decisions.
With the addition of Investments, users now have access to a well-rounded suite of financial products, including credit cards, personal loans, insurance, bank accounts, home loans and telcos to make comparisons also for free and feel confident in their everyday personal finance decisions.
SingSaver is part of Hyphen Group, previously known as CompareAsiaGroup, and its mission is to empower people to lead healthier financial lives through increased financial literacy, helping them save money while becoming more financially-independent.
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