2020 has kicked off in dramatic fashion with threats of WWIII, virus breakouts, and a certain president facing impeachment. Investors may feel undecided about how to invest their funds, which is why some EasyEquities users may defer to investing in bundles, letting someone in the know take control of some of their investments.
To ease you into 2020, we've got a round-up of the performance of how the different managed portfolios, famously known as bundles, on our platform have performed in January. Stay abreast of and make an informed decision on the different asset management strategies available on EasyEquities.
For an overview and more insight into the rest of the bundles and their performance, click on the schedule for a larger view.
Please remember, before the Easy legal team grabs me by the collar, that the data above is based on past performances, and may not be indicative of future results. Disclaimer done.
We just create this guide to give greater insight into the various bundles we provide. It's now in your hands how you pick and choose the right co-pilot in your investing adventure.
See how our bundles performed in December, check out last month's bundle performance review!
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