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 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.
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.
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.