Qapital was built on the idea that it should be easier to make smart money decisions. They started by helping members save toward their personal Goals in new and creative ways. Today, Qapital combines behavioral science and the power of automation to help individuals and couples reach their life goals.
Qapital is designed for however you live you life. Qapital Dream Team™is the first joint banking solution for couples, built by a couple. They’ll help you personalize your savings, spending and investing Goals. Qapital will divvy up your money automatically, every time you get paid. Fund your goals first, cover your costs, spend the rest guilt-free. Without changing bank.
- Set custom Rules and invest on auto-pilot
- Get a portfolio tailored to your investing personality
- Your account is monitored, dividends reinvested, and portfolio rebalanced automatically
How you make money
Stock price appreciation + dividends. With an average annual return of 5%, and assuming you invest $20 a week for ten years, you’d earn $14,369 compared to $10,400 with a conventional savings account.
How Qapital makes money
Qapital charges a monthly fee based on which plan you select. Monthly plans range from $3, $6, $12.
Is it safe?
Investing entails risk including the possible loss of principal and there is no assurance that the investment will provide positive performance over any period of time.
Things to know
- You make money onValue + Dividends
- Payout frequencyQuarterly
- Term of investmentZero
- Open toAll Investors
- Country availabilityUS only
- Assets under managementUnknown
- Mobile ApplicationIOS, Android
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Value after fees
Forward-looking statements, including without limitations investment outcomes and projections, are hypothetical and educational in nature. The results of any hypothetical projections can and may differ from actual investment results had the strategies been deployed in actual securities accounts.
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