WikiWealth | Stock, ETF, Mutual Fund Investing Research, Ratings, Alerts, WACC...
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Invest like Buffett? WikiWealth.com’s value investing app combines Wall Street’s top ratings with the best wealth management research to create the world’s only stock, ETF, and mutual fund ratings / research. 2M+ love our website; now we're mobile. Buy low, sell high, sleep well... download now.
What’s Value investing: When you shop for a new TV, do you cheer when the price goes up? No! We want prices to fall. WikiWealth calculates an investment’s true (intrinsic) price. If the stock falls way below that price, it’s a buy; above, and it's a sell. Research shows that stock prices go back to their intrinsic value. Now you can profit from that knowledge from hot stock picks to penny stocks.
How should you use WikiWealth’s Value Investing App? As the perfect wealth management / financial advisor companion. Use Betterment, Wealthfront, SigFig, or Acorn? WikiWealth’s investing research and ratings help investors make better wealth building choices. Trade through Etrade, Scottrade, or Wells Fargo? Before you click that stock purchase, look up your investment in WikiWealth’s value investing app. Jim Cramer talking about ETFs? WikiWealth invented the first understandable ETF ratings & research. Mutual funds? Ratings for those too!
•Wealth Management: Which is a better investment,… an ETF, mutual fund, or a stock? Stop guessing. WikiWealth’s wealth-odometer simplifies investing decisions. WikiWealth’s value investing ratings are easy to compare across investments. If you can drive, you can buy the best investments in the world.
•Stock Alerts: It's easy to get a list of hot stocks or trending stocks that are making big gains or losses on any particular day, but what do you do with that information? When a hot stock goes up, is it still a buy or is it a sell? With WikiWealth's stock alerts, you see on a daily basis, which stocks should be in your stock portfolio and which could be victims of the next bear market.
•Buy/Sell/Hold ratings: What are the best stocks to own? On Wall Street a “hold” actually means a sell. At WikiWealth, a Buy rating means it’s undervalued, a hold rating means hold on to it (duh!), and a sell rating means get out quickly. Makes senses?
•Potential: WikiWealth measures investment potential based on a stock’s intrinsic value. If a stock's price has the potential to increase by 50%, then it gets a buy. If the stock is overvalued, then it gets a sell rating. Anything in between gets a hold rating. Hot stocks, penny stocks, short stocks are easy to spot.
•Discounted “Cash Flow” DCF Model: This approach computes an investing value by counting the cash a business will make over its lifetime.
•Market “Comparative” Model: This approach looks at how the valuation of a single stock compares to its closest competitors.
•Buffett Secret Formula: WikiWealth’s analysts invented this amazing wealth building tool by mimicking the way Warren Buffett assesses stocks. If anyone knows the best stocks to own, it's Warren Buffett.
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What's New in Version 2.2
Fixed "the never disappearing" lock icon bug and other subscription related bugs
Nice basic intro to market fundamentals
Easy interface. Could use a bit more introduction when starting and some explanations of terminology in analysis section.
Overall not a bad way to look for inspiration for the next research target of the day.
Very nice financial app
This app provides a rather user friendly interface.
It also provides a wealth of information that when used properly can truly help in identifying good investment stocks.
I just started trading, and this app has not disappointed me yet. I just wish it had an explanation area for some stuff, or a place/tab for education. Highly recommend!
- Category: Finance
- Updated: May 20, 2016
- Version: 2.2
- Size: 15.2 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Guerilla Investments LLC
- © 2016 Guerilla Investments LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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