12 Investment Apps You Probably Didn't Know About

Set your worries aside, and let us review the best of the best investing apps, so you can decide which one is the best fit for you.

M1 Finance

M1 Finance is one of the most flexible investing apps out there. It’s like a blend of Betterment (Robo-advisor) and Robinhood.

Acorns

One of Acorn‘s main benefits is its “round-up” feature, which links to your bank account and sweeps excess change from each purchase into your Acorns account.

SoFi started in the student loan space and has branched out to offer many other financial planning products.

SoFi Invest

Finny

Finny also has an engaging financial education discussion forum. Ask any of your personal finance questions, and you’ll be sure to get smart and thoughtful responses from their community.

Robinhood

Robinhood is a completely free app that lets you trade stocks, mutual funds, options, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and even cryptocurrency.

Betterment

Betterment will ask for your income and investing goals when you first sign up. From there, it will help you craft a balanced portfolio to achieve your goals.

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