Wealthface Trade
A new approach of trading based on advanced academic award research of factor investing.

Whether you’re investing in the long-term, medium-term, or even short-term, Wealthface Trade puts you in control. You can take a traditional approach or be creative with our innovative Investment Strategy Builder tool. Our industry-leading platform and personalized approach will help you make the most of the global markets without the need of any financial analyst or advisor.

Investment Strategy Builder
Why invest with Wealthface Trade?

We give you the power to invest like a PRO without the need for an intermediary.

You choose how to invest

Put yourself in control with our industry-leading platform and personalized approach that will help you invest like a PRO in the traditional, simple or creative way using our innovative Investment Strategy Builder Tool.

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A rock-solid, cutting-edge technology with all innovative tools at your fingerprints.

We make sure to give you all the information and insights you need to make the right decision and build your customized portfolio.

Free Trade

Provides unlimited, commission-free trading in US listed stocks and ETFs while enjoying a simplified trading experience via our Wealthface Trade platform.

Accessible to everyone everywhere

We give you access to local and international stock markets, like NYSE, Nasdaq, TSX, FTSE, TASI and many more.

We cover thousands of local and global stocks.

All over the World
  • We cover our clients globally.
  • We are here for you wherever you are.
  • Wealthface Trade is a global name you can depend on.
  • We are regulated by the SEC, and we have offices in 4 continents.
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$39.99/month
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  • Institutional quality data.
  • Access to global markets.
  • Access to company reports.
  • Access our collection of already customized investment strategies.
  • Build and test your Quant strategy.
  • Save & monitor your quant strategies and watchlists.
  • Connect to our supported list of brokers (coming soon).
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$24.99/month
For 6 months subscription
Start trading
14 days free trial
  • Institutional quality data.
  • Access to global markets.
  • Access to company reports.
  • Access our collection of already customized investment strategies.
  • Build and test your Quant strategy.
  • Save & monitor your quant strategies and watchlists.
  • Connect to our supported list of brokers (coming soon).
$19.99/month
For 12 months subscription
Start trading
14 days free trial
  • Institutional quality data.
  • Access to global markets.
  • Access to company reports.
  • Access our collection of already customized investment strategies.
  • Build and test your Quant strategy.
  • Save & monitor your quant strategies and watchlists.
  • Connect to our supported list of brokers (coming soon).
Investment strategy builder
It pays to have a strategy. Invest in portfolios with our innovative Investment Strategy Builder. Choose to filter by factors, sectors, market cap and the market of your choice to create your own bespoke investments.
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Size

The size factor represents the relationship between the size of a company and its future performance. Through their academic research, Fama & French (1992) found that in the long term, a portfolio of smaller size companies is consistently outperforming a portfolio of larger size ones. We can identify small size stocks by their market capitalization.

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Value

The value factor represents the relationship between the company’s relative valuation, and it’s future performance. Through their academic research, Fama & French (1992) found that in the long term, a portfolio of relatively cheap companies is consistently outperforming a portfolio of relatively expensive ones. We can identify the cheapness of a company by a lower price to book ratio.

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Momentum

The momentum factor represents the relationship between the stock's past and future performances. Through their academic research, Jagadeesh & Titman (1993) found that in the long term, a portfolio of previous winners is consistently outperforming a portfolio of past losers. We can identify winners by calculating their past 12 month's performance and omitting the last month.

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Volatility

The volatility factor represents the relationship between the stock’s volatility and, it’s future performance. Through their academic research, Haugen & Heins (1972) found that in the long term, a portfolio of low volatility stocks is better in terms of risk adjusted-return than a portfolio of high volatility ones. We can identify low volatile stocks by their 1-year volatility.

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Profitability

The profitability factor represents the relationship between the company’s profitability, and it’s future performance. Through his academic research, Robert Novy-Marx (2013) found that in the long term, a portfolio of companies with higher profitability is consistently outperforming a portfolio of companies with lower profitability. We can identify highly profitable companies by their gross profit to assets ratio.

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Investment

The investment factor represents the relationship between the company’s assets growth, and it’s future performance. Through their academic research, Sheridan & Wei (2004) found that in the long term, a portfolio of companies with lower asset growth is consistently outperforming a portfolio of companies with higher assets growth. We can identify lower investment companies by their 1-year asset growth.

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Quality

The quality factor is an extension of the profitability factor. It represents the relationship between the company’s quality, and it’s future performance. Through their academic research, Hsu, Kalesnik and Kose (2019) found that in the long term, a portfolio of companies with higher quality is consistently outperforming a portfolio of companies with lower quality. Even though there is no consensus of how quality should be defined by academic researchers, the authors found that profitability ratios, accounting ratios, payout ratios and investment ratios are robust and significant in the long term. We define the quality factor by stocks with high return on equity, high payout ratio and low asset growth.

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