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SigFig wants to save you from 'costly yet avoidable' financial mistakes
SigFig started out as a portfolio tracker, geared towards inexperienced investors who often can't afford an expensive financial advisor. It offered financial education as well as detailed visualizations and graphs on how stocks are faring, a weekly ...
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