Everyone wants to invest their hard-earned money and grow it smartly. While there are several good investment options today, stock investments remain a popular option to earn higher returns.
The stock market is a good investment avenue to build wealth over time. However, it can be quite tricky for many, especially the beginners.
Here are some mobile apps that can help first-time stock investors.
The app offers innovative charting tools, live market data, and market news. It is great for beginners as it helps them learn about and make the most of stock market investment and trading.
It allows users to view the markets and track their favorite stocks online. They can create watchlists and portfolios to track their investments and get access to the list of gainers, losers, top turnover, 52-week highs/lows, etc. It also supports a number of regional languages.
BigProfit is another good app that provides research/advisory services to stock market investors helping them make better investment decisions. The app offers services from the country's top SEBI-registered research analysts and investment advisors and acts as a platform for connecting investors and analysts/advisors.
Tauro Wealth is a fully-automated and technology-driven investment platform in the country and specializes in offering tailored investment solutions to investors.
Its mobile app is among the most useful ones for stock investors. With cutting edge technology, it simplifies the process of investing for users.
It offers various features and services that can monitor and rebalance one's investments according to the changing market conditions.
The Moneycontrol mobile app is among the most highly popular stock market apps in the country. One can stay updated on Indian and global financial markets with the help of this app.
The services and features offered by the app include the latest news, access to market statistics across stock exchanges, detailed financial information, portfolio management, stock-related alerts, watchlist/tracking, etc.
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