We’re Increasing Our Portfolio Hedges To Protect Your Investments

Risevest is activating our hedging position

A few weeks ago, we shared that we had activated our portfolio hedges in response to the inflation driven market correction

Investing Is For You: 6 Women On Why Women Should Invest

Investing is for you, How 6 women on why women should invest

More men invest in equities than women and since equities outperform all other asset classes over the long term, by not investing in these assets, women are at a disadvantage.

How to deal with Black Tax

Risevest Black Tax article

Seun is currently undergoing his National Youth Service Corps program. He earns N33,000 from the Federal Government and N5,000 from his place of primary assignment.

Travelling the world with a Nigerian passport; what is the cost?

Travelling the world on a budget

For many, travelling the world is such a lofty dream that only the rich can have, but did you know that with just ₦30,000 Benin republic?

Say “I do” without breaking the bank

Congratulations! You’re getting married soon. As you probably already know, planning a wedding is very stressful and expensive. In fact, various sources online estimate the average wedding to cost between ₦600,000 and ₦3,000,000, and this was before the price of everything started skyrocketing.

How To Use Rise To Give Your Kids A Trust Fund

How to use Rise to save for your kids

Sometime in 2020, a Reddit user found himself in a conundrum. He found out his grandfather left him an inheritance of over $3 million!

Market Update

Rise Market update

As the stock market continues to fall owing to massive corrections in growth companies, supply chain and Omicron issues, we are shifting some of our holdings to more defensive positions to reduce the impact on our portfolio

Rise November Equity Portfolio Report

Risevest Novmeber Report

The US equity markets in November was a story of two halves as strong quarterly earnings, inflation, potential interest rate hike, and pandemic supply chain problems swirled the markets