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for accounts under $5k
for accounts over $5k
Investing with Dvdendo offers many benefits versus traditional service providers.
Fully Invested with $5
Dvdendo offers fractional share technology which allows you to own just a small portion of a single ETF and therefore be fully invested across 8 ETF’s every time you add as little as $5. No more cash balances waiting to accumulate $500 or more to be properly diversified in the market.
No trading commissions, just a simple monthly fee
Traditional investment firms charge you each time you buy and sell a security. These costs can add up if you rebalance your portfolio often or want to add to your account periodically, but with Dvdendo you have unlimited transactions included in your monthly membership fee.
No account size minimums
Our members can open an account with any amount and benefit from full service investment advisory with as little as $5. Until recently, to access this level of personalized service with a traditional advisor who provided 24/7 customized portfolio monitoring and continuous rebalancing, individuals typically needed to invest more than $1 million.
Having unlimited access to your money is important. Your Dvdendo account is linked to your checking account and allows you to deposit or withdraw as often as you want with no extra fees.
Automatic rebalancing and reinvestment of dividends
Rebalancing your portfolio periodically and making sure to reinvest your dividends is important but not easy to do on your own. Tracking drift in each asset class and trading your portfolio on your own can be both time consuming and expensive. Dvdendo, however, does all of this for you as a fundamental feature of our service.
Automatically save and invest with every purchase
Investing on your own is hard, but saving is even harder. Dvdendo takes the pain out of saving by making it automatic every time you spend. Just link a debit or credit card to your account and we’ll round up each of your purchases to the nearest dollar and deposit those extra pennies (we call them DV’s!) in your investment account.