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.

Besides our free software, SigFig also has an automated investment service that invests your money in a low-cost, risk-adjusted ETF portfolio. SigFig monitors your investments on a daily basis to improve your returns, using automatic rebalancing, tax-aware asset allocation, commission-free trading, and dividend reinvestment, all for a low annual management fee of 0.25%. Signup now and get your first $10,000 managed for free! You can sign up for a SigFig managed account from a mobile phone or through our website at

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
• Keep up-to-date on the latest news and stats on relevant companies
• Use beautiful charts to check your performance, allocation, risk, and more
• 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.


• 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


Fidelity, Scottrade, Etrade, Schwab, TD Ameritrade, Vanguard, Sharebuilder, Merrill Lynch, T. Rowe Price, USAA, Wells Fargo, Edward Jones, Morgan Stanley and many more.

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

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Recently changed in this version

• Re-add 4X1 widget along the large one
• Fix authentication issues ("Oops! Something went wrong" message on app start)
• Keep the portfolios' expanded/collapsed state on Holdings
• Performance improvements
• Other bug fixes

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

    by Byron Fernandes on 18/01/2015

    Only one of my 3 accounts sync properly. The other 2 don't even show up. This app has become utterly useless to me.

  • (51 stars)

    by Ray Nelson on 18/01/2015

    Been a fan since wikinvest started pretty much. Only problem is with TSP having both civilian and military accounts I can't get both into the app when using the same password for both. Otherwise amazing. Fidelity 401k, TSP, Scottrade accounts all together on one screen.

  • (51 stars)

    by Kunal Paymaster on 17/01/2015

    New large widget doesn't have portfolio total on top. That was very useful. Bring that back.

  • (51 stars)

    by Jason Miller on 17/01/2015

    Great, they update the app and now 2 of my 3 Charles Schwab accounts aren't showing up in the holding list......

  • (51 stars)

    by Trevor Bunker on 17/01/2015

    SigFig hasn't been able to sync my Vanguard account for 2.5 months. I email them every month and they say they are working on it. Shouldn't take 2.5 months to support a brokerage as large as Vanguard. Update: had to delete that account and add it again to get it to work.

  • (51 stars)

    by Richard Stern on 16/01/2015

    First off SigFig is behind the field on brokerage linking. This crippled the usefulness of the app from the start as a partial picture of my entire portfolio is in no way helpful and actually detrimental. Second, for the brokerages it claimed to support it would never update most of the ones I use. The app always said it was unable to sync, regardless of how many times I retried or deleted and r

  • (51 stars)

    by Dan Waldman on 16/01/2015

    The old adage holds true here: don't tamper with a good thing. Why segregate the widget into two? Now it consumes too much screen real estate to have both when it could have been easily accomplished with a smaller one. Also, in addition to the % gain/loss with the Dow, S&P, and Nasdaq in the widget, please place point changes too!

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