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Get Personal Capital's free award-winning app today - for mobile, tablet and desktop.
Monitor and track your net worth in real-time, 24/7.

Updates on your bank and investment holdings, spending, portfolio performance, investment allocations, sector weighting, your current balance, and even the value of your home.

Knowing what's happening with your money anytime, anywhere helps you save more and invest better. It is the only wealth management and investing tool you'll ever need.

Our highest priority is keeping your financial data safe and secure. We use multiple layers of security, in every component of our systems, to keep your accounts and your money safe and your information private.

Watch Your Spending

Tracking spending is the most popular feature used by Personal Capital clients and it's now accessible at a glance with the new Apple Watch. Set a spending target based on your average monthly spending.

SET YOUR SPENDING TARGET

Set your monthly spending goal in the app.

SEE IF YOU'RE ON TRACK

Blue means your spending is on track or lower than your spending target. Red means you have exceeded your monthly target - maybe it's time to rein in discretionary purchases.

SWIPE FOR LATEST UPDATES

See a daily, weekly or yearly view of your current spending vs. your set goal.

YOUR PORTFOLIO ON YOUR WRIST

See how your overall holdings are performing and swipe to see specific gainers and losers in your portfolio.

GET TIMELY ALERTS

Be notified when your net worth hits a new milestone, or on specific accounts where you may be paying too much in fees.

MONITOR PERFORMANCE

Compare your portfolio against major market indices to see your performance.

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Don't Take Our Word for It.

Here's what the experts say:

"2014 & 2015 CNBC Disruptor 50 List"

"Best Online Tool to Track Your Investments"

"Time Magazine's 50 Best Websites"

"App Store Staff Pick"

"Best 5 Free Apps to Invest Smarter"

"Editors' Choice" and
"The best, free finance tracking app available."