Let’s say you collect rare vinyl records, invest in rental properties, hold a few NFTs, and are a strong believer in Ethereum. Additionally, you have some traditional blue-chip tech stocks, a box of rare coins, and a small business.
Simultaneously, an international reserve announces they are going to be bumping interest rates again, and a $ETH whale decides to put $260 million coins into cold storage. Then, a push notification on your phone alerts you about a wave of people defaulting on their rent across the country.
Elon Musk announces on Twitter, “Is anyone still buying Bored Apes? Lol,” and suddenly you get that queasy ‘emperor has no clothes’ feeling.
When times are good it’s a lovely thing to check our portfolios. That feeling of warmth and satisfaction we feel is accompanied by a feeling that we could probably be peers with Albert Einstein. However, in times of turmoil, the need to be able to gain a holistic overview of our assets in real-time is necessary to stay ahead of the 100-foot wave as it breaks behind us.
With the above scenario in mind, how many apps, websites, and spreadsheets do you need? You might need to check daily to figure out the value of your combined assets after a morning of bad financial news, Elon tweets, and market forecasts?
Why not just one, right?
The financial services industry achieved a healthy CAGR of 9.9% as it recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic – along with the retail investor boom and a red-hot housing market, rising fuel prices, and skyrocketing inflation.
To allow investors to hedge against uncertainty while taking advantage of a rapidly growing consumer demand in the fintech market, Claritus.io was founded by three serial entrepreneurs who wanted to find a way to allow investors to cross-track and manage their money across a variety of traditional and alternative investment vehicles all from one interface.
The company’s innovative investments-tracking ecosystem provides holistic insight across a wide spread of traditional and alternative investment vehicles such as collectibles, real estate, stocks, bonds, and cryptocurrency as well as traditional banking services like mortgages, loans, withdrawals/deposits, cash, certificate of deposits, and business accounts.
Most importantly users are provided tools to track, analyze, and be in full control of all of assets and investments, all in one place.