Looking to Invest? These Apps Can Help You Do It

Sabrina Paparella

When it comes to your finances, do you take a head-on or a head-in-the-sand approach? If you identify with the latter, then the good news is, you're not alone. The bad news? You're not alone. New data suggests that when it comes to managing money, women are not as independent as you'd expect. In fact, 91% of women in couples are not participating in financial decisions. But we want to change that statistic. To help you become a master of your own finances, we're debuting a new series called The Paper Files, where we uncover tricks and tips that will help you manage your money and your future. Ready to tackle it head-on?


Original Illustration by Stephanie DeAngelis

If you've found yourself considering ways to invest, but aren't quite sure how to get your feet wet, there's a simple way to begin: investment apps. Investing has never been more straightforward. Intuitive and user-friendly, these apps create investment portfolios based on the answers you give to questionnaires after creating an account. With nominal, day-to-day contributions, these apps function like a 401(k) in the sense that money is allotted towards these investments without you having to think about it. Curious to learn more about how they work? Keep reading for the four best investing apps that make the daunting world of trading easier to negotiate.

Now that you've learned about the best investing apps for beginners, see the simple budgeting method that will help you build your savings.

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