SigFig - Stocks & Investments

SigFig - Stocks & Investments

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SigFig is the best free way to manage the most important part of your personal finances: your investments. Sync with your investment accounts and track all your stocks, funds, 401ks, and IRAs in real-time, in one secure personal finance app. See why people have connected over $300 BILLION in investments with SigFig:

• “The most advanced portfolio manager online.” - BARRON's
• “The data-driven financial planner of your dreams.” - TechCrunch
• “A new threat to the financial industry’s status quo.” - The Street


• See all your investment accounts in one place - including your 401k & IRA
• Track your stocks, mutual funds, and ETFs in real-time
• Use beautiful charts to check your performance, allocation, risk, and more
• Optimize your portfolio in seconds via our investment advice engine
• Sync with 100 brokerages including Fidelity, Vanguard, Schwab, Ameritrade, E*Trade, and Scottrade


SigFig automatically pulls your investments into a single dashboard — giving you a real-time view of every stock, mutual fund, ETF, and option you own across your web, mobile, and tablet devices — no manual entry required! SigFig even gives you live charts and stock market news to help you stay on top of your portfolio.


SigFig diagnoses your portfolio and gives you data-driven investment advice you can use to tune-up your portfolio. Fix bad investments, eliminate costly fees, and find out if the people managing your money are overcharging or under-delivering. SigFig has already identified over $200 MILLION in fee savings and optimizations for users!


• We use 256-bit SSL encryption – the same level of protection your bank uses
• Your portfolio is safeguarded behind a unique 4-digit PIN
• Sensitive information (like account numbers) remains unidentifiable
• No one can trade, withdraw, or transfer funds using SigFig – not even you


Fidelity, Scottrade, Etrade, Schwab, TD Ameritrade, Vanguard, Sharebuilder, Merrill Lynch, T. Rowe Price, USAA, Wells Fargo, Edward Jones, Morgan Stanley and many more. You can also login to SigFig with your Wikinvest username and password.

★ SigFig does not support brokerage accounts outside the United States at this time

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Recently changed in this version

● Enable back button on PIN screen
● Remove Gingerbread style zoom buttons on article views
● Fix bugs related to push notifications

Comments and ratings for SigFig - Stocks & Investments
  • (69 stars)

    by Uma Vempati on 09/12/2014

    It is not working on Samsung Note 3 for the past one month. Removed and reinstalled. No use.

  • (69 stars)

    by Vernon Taylor on 09/12/2014

    I like the app. Very good for quick check of portfolio. However major problem now. I change the password at the financial institution but I cannot update sig fig. When I try to change password in sig fig it just tells me I am already syncing the account. I know I am missing something but I don't know what it is.

  • (69 stars)

    by Chris Gianti on 09/12/2014

    Small lists with crucial details would be better than giant squares with scant information. That metro baby colored blocks is a cancer that is plaguing every piece of software coming out. Giant colored blocks with a lot of empty bueno. You can fit twice as much info on the screen if they use an efficient grid system with lines separating

  • (69 stars)

    by Justin Cheney on 07/12/2014

    The only investor I can add is Betterment. I can't get my 401k Aon Hewitt to import. And you guys currently don't support Acorns.

  • (69 stars)

    by Brian Perez on 06/12/2014

    I like the platform but none of my friends who have services thru Citibank and wells Fargo have never heard of sigfig. One thing i dont like is the lack of keeping my portfolio uodated with the correct valuation. So that makes me feel like sigfig isnt recognized and a trusted firm or whatever they call themselves but i have my accounts linked that's about it..

  • (69 stars)

    by Michael Rinaldi on 04/12/2014

    Great app

  • (69 stars)

    by Morgan O'Toole on 02/12/2014

    Limited stock data, ticker symbols. Terrible news coverage, unless you only own Apple. Design and layout is it's strength.