Personal Capital and Mint are two online financial tools that track a user's investment performance and investing fees. Their personal portfolio tools are available with a free membership, according to Forbes.
Personal Capital is a popular portfolio management website that allows investors to manage multiple investment accounts, such as a 401(k) retirement plan. The tool tracks asset allocation, investment performance and costs. Account holders can also download free apps to use on their mobile phones or tablets, states Forbes.
Mint is an online budgeting tool that enables users to link investment accounts, savings accounts and credit cards, as stated by Forbes. Created by Intuit, the owners of Turbotax and Quicken, Mint focuses on tracking expenditures and basic investment performance and fees.