How to Invest in Fintech in 2023

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Investing in fintech can mean buying into a wide array of services, from depository banking to brokerages. But as a category, it means that you have invested in a company that uses technology to help people manage their money. This is a big and growing field, with opportunities that range from legacy institutions like Visa to brand-new apps and services. For many people, fintech can be a good way to combine the value opportunities of a technology stock with the stability often offered by financial institutions. Here’s what you need to know.