Our Mobile App

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How It Works?

Link as much accounts as you want with a simple and user-friendly interface.

Our results speak by itself and are available 24/7.
We care about transparency and accurate information when it comes to Investing.

8topuz Digital Wealth Management application will rationalize the entire investment process and it’s tailored to suit the needs of:

  • Clients,
  • Brokers,
  • Money Managers
  • Business Introducers.

Link as many trading accounts as you want, and in just a couple of minutes. The process is extremely easy!

The parameter-driven customization features deliver a solution with a unique level of flexibility to meet your needs.

You have full control of your trading accounts and you can add, edit or remove any account from 8topuz at all times.

Currently we partnered with 10+ brokerage houses and with our robust mobile application, we are here to improve and expand the Digital Wealth Management sector.

You will be able to sort Brokers by name, user’s Rating or Regulation, as well as to open a trading account with any of them (in case you don’t have one yet).

You are able to switch on/off all notifications, edit your profile, share this app in your social media, follow market news and economic calendar.
The functionalities are huge and we will be performing new updates on a regular basis.

Our focus was only one: to provide Artificial Intelligence Algorithm & Intelligent Information delivered through one mobile application. And we did it.

WHY CHOSE US

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What is Lorem Ipsum?

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s

What is Lorem Ipsum?

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s

What is Lorem Ipsum?

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s

What is Lorem Ipsum?

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  • Fundamentals of Investing

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  • Relationship between Return, Security and Liquidity

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  • General Risks

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  • Foreign Exchange

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Risk Warning

Fundamentals of Investing

There are general risks to which all asset classes, financial instruments and financial services are exposed to and which may lead to a financial loss. Some of these risks are:

Economic risk: The economic development moves in cyclical fluctuations. Cyclical downturns can reduce the value of your investment substantially.

Inflation risk: Money is subject to decrease in value due to inflation.

There are general risks to which all asset classes, financial instruments and financial services are exposed to and which may lead to a financial loss. Some of these risks are:

Economic risk: The economic development moves in cyclical fluctuations. Cyclical downturns can reduce the value of your investment substantially. Inflation risk: Money is subject to decrease in value due to inflation.

Relationship between Return, Security and Liquidity

To be able to choose an investment strategy you should understand the importance of the three pillars of successful investing:

  • Return is the measure of economic success of an investment which is expressed in gains and losses.
  • Security aims at preserving the value of the investment. The security of an investment depends on the risks associated with that investment.
  • Liquidity describes the degree to which an asset or security can be quickly bought or sold in the market without affecting the asset’s price.

Return, security and liquidity are inherently linked. A secure and liquid investment will, as a general rule, not generate high returns. A secure investment generating relatively high returns will probably not be liquid. A liquid investment generating high returns will regularly provide a low security. All in all, an investor must weigh these goals against each other depending on his/her individual preferences as well as personal and financial circumstances.

General Risks

There are general risks to which all asset classes, financial instruments and financial services are exposed to and which may lead to a financial loss. Some of these risks are:

Economic risk: The economic development moves in cyclical fluctuations. Cyclical downturns can reduce the value of your investment substantially.

Inflation risk: Money is subject to decrease in value due to inflation.

Country risk: The government of a country may exert influence on capital movements and the transferability of its currency and, thus, hindering a debtor to fulfill its obligations. If your investment includes assets affected by this risk, you might suffer a loss.

Currency risk: This is a form of risk that arises from the change in price of one currency against another. Your investment might decrease in value even though the underlying asset has not decreased in value.

Liquidity risk: Some investments may not be liquid and, thus, may not be sold ad hoc or sold only with reduction in value. If these investments must be sold on short notice, you might suffer a loss.

Cost risk: Banks, credit institutions and financial services companies charge various costs/spreads which may substantially reduce the performance of your investment over time.

Tax risk: Gains generated by investments in capital markets are subject to taxes and/or other fiscal liabilities. Changes of the law might lead to an unexpected value decrease of your investment.

Risk of leveraged investments: Leveraged investments lead to increased risks in investing. If your investment decreases in value, you might not be able to cover interest or repayment claims.

Risk of incorrect information: You may make misguided investment decisions due to missing, incomplete or incorrect information and, thus, suffer a loss.

Foreign Exchange

Investments denominated in a foreign currency are a possibility to diversify your portfolio. In addition, investments in all other asset classes might be associated with foreign currency risks.

Investments in foreign currency are, inter alia, subject to the following risks:

Exchange rate risk: Changes in the exchange rate of different currencies may have a substantial influence on the performance of an investment. Even in the event of the investment performing well, the value might deteriorate for individual investors due to unfavourable exchange rates.
Interest rates: Changes in the rate of interest in the investors’ domestic market or foreign market may cause changes in the exchange rate due to considerable capital movements.

Regulatory risk: Regulatory authorities (e.g. Central Banks) play a decisive role in the fixing or management of its country’s exchange rate. They might intervene for macroeconomic reasons. This poses additional risks hard to foresee for the individual investor.