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Motifs Now Available on Third Party Platform


Motif now offers access to motifs directly on the Yahoo Finance app, for iOS and Android. The company’s flagship product, a motif, is an intelligently weighted basket of stocks built around themes, investing styles or multi-asset models.

Some of Motif’s most popular motifs will be accessible via Yahoo Finance’s newly launched series of curated watchlists, including Online Gaming World, High Yield Dividends, Battling Cancer and Bullet-proof Balance Sheets.

“We’re excited to partner with Yahoo Finance and for the first time offer access to motifs on a third party platform,” said Hardeep Walia, Founder, and CEO. “Yahoo Finance gives you great tools to manage your investments and now you can add motifs to your watchlists to stay on top of your portfolio.”

Anyone using the Yahoo Finance mobile app can easily add one of 15 available motifs to their watchlist. The watchlists are available in a configurable dashboard where you can add, remove, and reorder your stocks directly on their homepage.

“Motif’s innovative and thematic approach to investing offers our users a great way to discover new insights,” said Michael La Guardia, Senior Director of Product Management for Yahoo Finance. “We’re thrilled to partner with Motif and look forward to working with them more in the future.”

About Motif

Motif Investing is a next-generation online broker. The company, based in Silicon Valley, allows investors to trade “motifs”—intelligently weighted basket of stocks built around themes, investing styles or multi-asset models— for low fees. Motif Investing is a registered broker-dealer and a member of SIPC. Motif was ranked consecutively on Fast Company’s list of Most Innovative Companies in Personal Finance and has been recognized for three consecutive years on the CNBC Disrupter 50 list. The company’s investors include Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, and Renren Inc. Board members include former Securities Exchange Commission Chairman Arthur Levitt and former Boston Consulting Group Chairman Carl Stern.

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