11 Beginner-Friendly Apps For Anyone Who's Curious About Investing

    ~Slightly~ easier than manipulating the stock market.

    Maybe you've been wanting to take the plunge into investing your money for a while now, or perhaps you just watched the recent GameStop/Reddit news go down. But if you're an investment newbie, starting can feel super overwhelming. Luckily, it's 2021, which means there's a plethora of apps to help you!

    A lil' disclaimer: Keep in mind that investing does involve risk. No investment is guaranteed to pay off and you could lose money. So, don't invest money that you're going to need anytime soon and do plenty of research about the market before you make any big moves. Now let's get into it!

    1. Invstr

    2. Public

    3. Ellevest

    4. Betterment

    5. Acorns

    6. Stash

    7. Webull

    8. Wealthbase

    9. SoFi

    10. Coinbase

    11. Wealthfront

    Note: Some reviews have been edited for length and clarity.

    Me when I realize taking quizzes on the BuzzFeed app isn't making me any richer:

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