Glide Invest FAQ: What happens to my money after I invest?

What happens to my money after I invest?

Glide Invest will facilitate the transfer of money from your bank account to the respective fund as soon as you make the transaction. Your money never touches our bank account.

Glide Invest platform allows you to track all your investments in both goals and individual funds through the “Your Goals” and “Your Funds” tabs.  You can also download a report of all your transactions through Profile > Transactions section.

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