Wealth.ng is the investment platform which enables any individual invest in securities such as, Fixed Income, Agriculture, and a selection of Stocks on the Nigerian Stock market.
Wealth.ng via their eponymous website has onboarded a lot of investors old & new to engage in investments from the comfort of their homes which is now a huge trend currently.
Recently, they took the convenience of their service a step further as they have now released their investment app first for Android and then for iOS, which users can sign up and invest with, in addition to a user experience upgrade of the platform on the web.
The service has garnered praise and acclaim for both the web and mobile apps as seen on social media and in app store reviews
According to one of the numerous reviews, “navigation has been swifter than when using web browser. I’ve been anticipating this app for a long time and I’m glad that its out.”
And another comments “This is great, and I love the development and I will be expecting more from you like foreign stock and others.”
Some of the things we like about Wealth.ng include:
- Access to your Networth and Cash Balance which can also be viewed in US Dollars.
- The lightweight apps and their ease of use.
- Interest rates for Fixed Income are straightforward (as opposed subtracting discount rates like in traditional methods)
- Choice of Payment options: You can pay directly from your Debit Card or Bank Account, and even via a transfer for large value transactions.
- In “My Portfolio”, you can see exactly when your fixed-income investment will mature and payout to you
- Transaction list that displays a searchable list of all the investment transactions that you have done on the platform.
- Minimum transaction value is relatively low making it easy to get in with small amounts.
- The different asset classes and securities listed in the marketplace looks like a solid selection.
Signing up for Wealth.ng is as easy as opening a Facebook account. Either on the web or via their mobile apps, any individual can become an investor in the likes of Zenith Bank, Dangote Cement, MTN, Okomu Oil, Nestle, etc. within just ten minutes.