Posted on June 26, 2020
Ranked Top 3 for Complex Financial Planning Needs
Founded by Wall Street veteran Sallie Krawcheck, Ellevest caters to a historically underserved segment of investors—women. Ellevest is poised to scale quickly, as women are estimated to control north of $11 trillion worth of investable assets in the United States. Since its founding, Ellevest has managed to raise an impressive $78 million in venture capital funding, including support from familiar names including Melinda Gates and Google co-founder Eric Schmidt. Here is our Ellevest review.Read More…
Posted on June 8, 2020
At one point, Goldman Sachs was amongst the most secretive of Wall Street banks. The veil was lifted partially when the company decided to go public in 1999. For the first time, the public could glean some insight as to the inner workings of the company. Even then, it maintained a low profile. Its core business units were investment banking, trading, and wealth management for the ultra-wealthy.Read More…
Posted on May 15, 2020
Titan Invest is one of the most unique robo-advice accounts we track at Backend Benchmarking. Titan has 75mm in its flagship portfolio and it launched in early 2018, making it one of the newest players in the robo-advice industry. Titan’s goal is to make the benefits of a hedge fund accessible to the general public by using modern robo-advisor technology.Read More…
Posted on May 6, 2020
Wealthfront is Ranked #1 for Digital Financial Planning
Wealthfront was founded in 2008 as kaChing, a mutual fund analysis company, before pivoting into wealth management. Wealthfront officially launched in December 2011 and has since raised a total of $205M in venture capital to expand operations. Between its investment management and cash account offerings, Wealthfront is now one of the largest independent robo advisors, with over $13.5 billion in assets under management and an additional $7+ billion in deposits into its high-yield cash account.
Posted on April 2, 2020
Ranked #3 for Best Overall Robo
SigFig started as an offshoot of Wikinvest, a Wikipedia-style resource for investors. Launched in 2012 as a free portfolio tracking and investment advisor referral service, SigFig is now one of the original robo advisors still in operation. Between its platform and strategic partnerships with incumbent institutions such as UBS and Wells Fargo, SigFig has grown to $485 million in assets under management, as of December 31, 2018.