We compared these investment apps across four categories: market share, assets offered, user reviews, fees and charges.
Ndovu, a Kenyan wealth-tech startup has officially been launched today in Nairobi, Kenya.
Contrary to the early reaction from most observers, the SECs directive is not a new law.
Savyt is a digital savings and investment app that wants to help Nigerians earn better returns on their savings and investments.
Risevest is a wealth-tech product that allows Africans to benefit from the best wealth-creating opportunities across the world. Its intuitive design and competitive rates have made it a favourite with young investors.
InvestSika is on a mission to make investing accessible to all Africans. With a mobile money account and smartphone, you can start trading and investing in the stock market with as little as GH₵60 ($10 or ₦3,820).
In a tweet on Wednesday, October 28, 2020, Prof. Steve Hanke revealed that his measurement of Nigeria's inflation over the last year stood at 30.37%.