4 Best Micro-Investing Apps for Beginner Stock Investors

These micro-investing apps can help you build good investing habits, even when you only have a little bit of money to set aside. 

From rounding up your spare change to investing in fractional shares of stock for just $1, The Ways To Wealth’s list of best micro-investing apps can help you decide on the app that’s going to help you accomplish your financial goals. 

Acorns

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Acorns is a micro-investing app that helps you get started with investing via two main features. The most popular feature of Acorns is called Round-Ups. To use it, you simply link your debit and credit cards.

Acorns also has a feature called Acorns Earn, which offers a percentage back for shopping at participating stores. When you earn this cash-back, the funds are automatically added to your portfolio.

Betterment

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Betterment is a robo-advisor that offers the ability to invest your money in a selection of curated portfolios — comprised of a mix of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and bonds — based on your investing goals.

Public

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Public is a commission-free stock and ETF trading app for beginners with the option to buy fractional shares starting at $1. It’s best for those looking to consistently invest small amounts.

Qapital

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Qapital offers the ability to invest in a selection of pre-configured portfolios, which are based on modern portfolio theory — a mathematical way to match your investment goals with your risk tolerance level.

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