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Beginner's Guide

This ‘Investing for Beginners’ Guide will walk you through, step by step, how to start investing without feeling completely overwhelmed.

Best Investment Apps

Here are, in our opinion, the best investment apps that will allow you to realistically and responsibly invest money online.

Short Term Investments

If you know you’ll need money within the next 3-5 years, short-term investments are usually the way to go.

Editor's Picks

Investment App & Platform Reviews

3
Acorns

When it comes to round-up investing apps, Acorns is among the best in the business. It’s easy to use, has an excellent education platform for new investors, and simple, straightforward fees.

5
Betterment

Betterment has low fees, automatic rebalancing, and high-quality investment options. This is a top choice for hands-off investors that are planning for retirement or other significant goals.

4
Blooom

Blooom is best for young professionals who want a free, digital review of their retirement portfolio and/or a flat-fee robo-advisor to help get or stay on track with retirement savings.

4
Lending Club

Lending Club offers a practical way to diversify your portfolio (in addition to real estate investing) and boost the income from your fixed-income investments. Despite the 1% fee, it can still be a solid value.

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