Discover new long-term investment opportunities with Simply Wall St. Swipe through the market and add stocks you like to your Portfolio. Detailed fundamental analysis on over 150,000 listed companies presented as an easy to understand infographic.

Covering international markets including North America, Europe, Asia and Oceania.

*** Featured in Techcrunch, CNBC, Forbes, Sky News, Financial Review, Sydney Morning Herald. ***

"You’ve got an awesome product. Great data, beautifully presented."
- Email from Tim P.


To help you find good long-term investments we provide you with a detailed fundamental analysis on every listed company presented as an easy to understand infographic.

► Select what kind of stocks you are interested in, such as:
▷ Undervalued
▷ High Growth
▷ Bank account beaters
▷ Top dividend payers

► Swipe through the results to find companies that interest you and add them to your Portfolio

► Dive in deeper and conduct detailed due diligence on 72,000 companies using our infographic report

► We analyse and visualize your Portfolio to help you understand where the strengths and weaknesses are

*** Used by students at: MIT, Stanford, Princeton, Harvard, NYU Stern, Berkeley ***


The analysis uses institutional quality data from S&P Capital IQ and performs 30 checks across 5 different areas. Over 1,000 data points are used to analyse each company and these are updated every 6 hours.

Each company also has a Snowflake graph which is a summary of the infographic and gives you a quick snapshot of the company’s investment profile.

► Value
Discounted Cash Flow calculation (DCF), PE ratio, PB ratio, PEG Ratio.

► Future Performance
Analyst estimates of Future Earnings Growth, Revenue, Cash flow, Earnings and Return on Equity.

► Past Performance
EPS growth, Return on Equity (ROE), Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) and Return on Assets (ROA) over the past 5 financial years.

► Financial Health
Analysis of a company's Balance Sheet, in particular the amount of debt held by the company. (Note: we use a different financial health analysis for Banks and Financial Institutions.)

► Income (dividends)
Dividend payment in terms of its absolute level and against other dividend payers. In addition, the app analyses the volatility and sustainability of the dividend.

► Management
Recent "insider trading”, ie The Board and Management share purchases, consistency of CEO compensation with company performance and management tenure.

United States(NYSE, NASDAQ & OTC)
Canada (TSX, TSXV & CSE)
Australia (ASX)
New Zealand (NZX)
Hong Kong (HKG)
Singapore (SGX)
India (NSE & BSE)
Austria (VIE)
Belgium (EBR)
Switzerland (SWX & BRSE)
Germany (FRA, ETR, BST & MUN)
Denmark (CPH)
Spain (BME)
Finland (HLSE)
France (EPA)
Greece (ATSE)
Hungary (BUSE)
Ireland (ISE)
Italy (BIT)
Luxembourg (BDL)
Netherlands (AMS)
Norway (OB)
Poland (WSE)
Portugal (ELI)
Russia (MCX)
Sweden (STO)

And more...

What’s New

Version 2.3.8

Various fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
168 Ratings

168 Ratings

snorkfire ,

Great service, not so great app

No back button. Crazy. Once I pick a stock in a portfolio there is nO back button on the iPad. I contact them, they tell me they know, but aren’t interested enough to fix the issue and can’t I just use the webpage version. Or, use the smaller iPad and only use the portrait mode...then there’s a back button. But not on the Pro. And feel free to contact them if I have any problems! What?
Now they send an email suggesting I download the improved app. Well, that proved to be an exercise in frustration...still not fixed.
What a strange world view to deprioritize the fundamentals needed for a functional app. Functional app first guys!
So, save yourself the headache and stick to the webpage version. That at least bookmarks well to the desktop. Then you’ll have a great aNd functional investment service.

Richkidd77 ,

There’s a Disconnect

I love Simply Wall St. for their overall concept — taking a plethora of complex statistical data and simplifying it for the average investor. However, I’ve taken to just using the mobile website when accessing my portfolio instead of the app. The developers seem unable to provide users with consistent data from one device to the next. On the website, everything is as it should be; however, on the iOS apps everything is off. I am invested in 18 stocks, but on the iPhone app, it says I am holding 27 — the sum of the ones I am holding and all of the stocks I have liquidated — even though I have “checked” the option to not show liquidated stocks. And on my iPad, it shows 23. Three different views for one portfolio.

More still, there is a disconnect across every category of measurement of my portfolio’s performance from one device to the next. All this makes their iOS apps pretty much useless.

I trust that Simply Wall St. knows a thing or two about finance and statistics. And the UI is gorgeous. But if they want to make it in the app market, they need to get people who can make the experience consistent.

Yodermand ,

Almost Good On The Way To Being Great

This app can prove to be extremely helpful. What’s not working: when you delete a stock from your portfolio because you no longer own it, the little circle spins and spins, indicating it’s working on that process. Next day: the little circle is still spinning after 25 hours; spinning and spinning into eternity. For eighty bucks a year you expect a certain level of proficiency in the app. The inability to remove a stock from your portfolio is basic and it is not happening for this user.

App Privacy

The developer, Simply Wall St, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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