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12 Best Investment Apps You Haven’t Heard Of

Remember when you had to call up your broker or financial advisor to buy a stock or scan the newspaper for the latest quotes? No? Me either. But I heard it was rough..

With today’s best investment apps, all of your finances are just a few taps away. But the array of options and features can be dizzying.

Do you need an individual retirement account or an individual brokerage account? Can you transfer money automatically? What about account service fees?

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..

12 Best Investment Apps

Finny – Best for personal finance education

If you need to learn about or get a refresher on topics like budgeting, managing debt, investing, taxes and more, Finny makes learning simple and fun through their game-based approach.

Acorns: Best for Automatic Savings

The Acorns app makes saving and investing easy and automatic, which is a good thing for both beginner and advanced investors.

Robinhood: Best for Free Stock Trading

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

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