First, understand that no amount is too small to start investing. That said, you can invest that money in stocks, fixed income, real estate and more. And all with RIsevest.
The rise of the gig economy has given birth to many people choosing a non-traditional career path. The freelancer can choose what to work on and when. They can also decide how to manage their money 100% after paying tax. Risevest is committed to helping you manage this new reality as it relates to their retirement.
There are thousands of companies listed in most stock exchanges around the world. As your investment manager, our task is to buy stock in the best, strongest companies among the thousands so that you can earn compounding returns over time
When people ask you what do you do, what do you tell them? I am a Medical Laboratory Scientist. Well, still a student. And I am a writer. What does financial wealth mean to you? It’s being able to support myself financially without having to worry about how I’ll manage in the next couple of… Continue reading If I Don’t Understand It, I’m not Doing it. My Name Is Yinka And This Is How I Make My #MoneyRise
Toye shares his investing journey with Rise, by detailing how he started and where he is at the moment.
When people ask you what do you do, what do you tell them? My career revolves around the agric value chain – I started as an agric research consultant. Now I’m in academics working as a researcher and lecturer in a Nigerian University. But I am currently on study leave for my doctoral studies in… Continue reading When The Market Nosedives, I buy more shares. My Name Is Tobe And This Is How I Make My #MoneyRise
Negative returns on your stock plan simply mean assets in the portfolio are getting cheaper. Well, that’s one perspective, another person may choose to see it as declining in value. The right perspective though is actually that stocks are getting cheaper. The value of the companies in our stock plan is intact. They are still executing on their mission and growing revenue and cash flow. And there’s been no news or any form of information to suggest otherwise.
Last month, there was no middle ground. Winners really won and losers really lost. Despite the volatility created by the market’s reaction to the US presidential elections, Rise stocks portfolio outperformed S&P 500 in October, with our performance for the month coming in at 4.29% vs 3.48% for S&P 500 in the same period. However, there… Continue reading Performance update — Oct. 2020
Today marks Rise’s first birthday. From a founding team of 3 to a team of 20 and counting people, Rise has grown significantly and continues to do so. We started Rise as a simple way of providing people living in Nigeria with dollar-denominated investments in the US and other markets to enable them to earn… Continue reading Celebrating 365 days of Rise 🎉
At Rise, we are pondering about what the US election mean for your investments and how it affects your stocks portfolio.