4 reasons why Australian investors love Sharesight
With a growing number of Australian investors looking for opportunities in the stock market, many are looking at the performance numbers their broker provides and are left wondering how best to track the performance of their investments.
Fortunately there’s Sharesight, the all-in-one portfolio tracking tool built for the needs of Australian investors looking to track the performance of all of the stocks, ETFs, managed funds and everything else they invest in all in a single place.
Here’s 4 top reasons why Australian investors love Sharesight.
1. Track the performance of ALL your investments
If like most investors, you hold some shares on the ASX, perhaps some overseas tech stocks, an investment property and maybe even a small amount of bitcoin, tracking the performance of all of those investments in a single place is not easy.
Sharesight was built with the needs of multi-asset investors like you in mind, with support for investments in over 30 stock exchanges worldwide, in addition to managed funds, fixed interest, foreign exchange holdings and even private equity and property. Sharesight is the perfect solution to view the performance of ALL your investments.
2. Easily track dividend income
If you’re a dividend investor, keeping track of the dividend income you earn across all the investments in your portfolio is essential to understand both your cash flow, and to shape your investment decisions.
With Sharesight, dividends, including the value of franking credits are automatically tracked for each investment in your portfolio as soon as they are announced to the market. Plus with Sharesight’s Future Income Report you can quickly see all of the dividends (or distributions) that have been announced but not yet paid for all the stocks in your portfolio.
3. Support for over 150 Australian brokers
With support for more than 200 brokers worldwide, including over 150 in Australia, Sharesight makes it easy to import all your investment information to start tracking the performance of your portfolio within minutes.
4. Tax reports built for Australian investors
Not only is Sharesight the ideal way to view your investment performance, but Sharesight’s valuable tax reports (built according to ATO rules) save Australian investors time and money at tax time. Whether you file your taxes yourself, or via an accountant, Sharesight’s Australian-specific tax reports help thousands of investors save time and money every year when calculating their taxable income and capital gains tax liabilities.
Why investors choose Sharesight
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Track your investments with Sharesight today
Thousands of Australian investors are already using Sharesight to manage their investment portfolios. What are you waiting for? Sign up and:
- Automatically track your dividend and distribution income from stocks, ETFs, LICs and Mutual/Managed Funds – including the value of franking credits
- Use the Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRPs/DRIPs) feature to track the impact of DRP transactions on your performance (and tax)
- See the true picture of your investment performance, including the impact of brokerage fees, dividends, and capital gains with Sharesight’s annualised performance calculation methodology
- Track your dividend income with the Taxable Income Report
- Plus calculate your CGT obligations with Sharesight’s Australian Capital Gains Tax Report and Unrealised Capital Gains Tax Report
Sign up for a FREE Sharesight account and get started tracking your investment performance (and tax) today.
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