Technology Matters-Investing Apps

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    Robinhood offers free trades in stocks, as well as Exchange-Traded Funds and options.

    It’s aimed at those with a bit more investing experience, and looking for a commission-free trading platform.  There is no account minimum to get started with Robinhood.  It integrates seamlessly with more than 35-hundred banks.

    The app is free for iOS and Android.

    M1 Finance is a low cost investing platform allowing you to set up your ideal portfolio, and automate contributions.

    That means once your default is set, you don’t have to think about it again.

    You can also place individual orders if you want to invest in the latest hot stock.

    There are no management fees or commissions.  The app is free for iOS and Android.

    Stockpile allows investors to buy fractional shares of stock.

    If you can’t afford a company trading at one-thousand-dollars a share, you can buy 100-dollars worth.  A tenth of a share.

    It charges 99-cents for each trade and requires a minimum five-dollar investment.

    A unique feature is the ability to send gift cards for stocks.  This lets you send someone shares (or partial shares) of a stock.

    The app is free for iOS and Android.

   Bonus link: Acorns app

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