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Trending Themes

If you are a self-driven investor, you will appreciate our idea-generating investing themes. Our themes help you align your investments inspirations with your core values and are essential building blocks of your portfolios. A typical investing theme is an unweighted collection of up to 20 funds, stocks, ETFs, or cryptocurrencies that are programmatically selected from a pull of equities with common characteristics such as industry and growth potential, volatility, or market segment.
Power Stocks
Invested over 90 shares
Top FinTech
Invested over 90 shares
Macroaxis Index
Invested over 90 shares
Drugs
Invested over 90 shares
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