What apps should you try if you’re new to investing?
A few months ago, I stumbled upon a YouTube video about the ins and outs of investing, for beginners. In the video, the speaker was excited to report that he’d become an investor.
He’d invested just $25 dollars so far!
It hadn’t occurred to me until then how little I knew about investing. I didn’t realize you could start with so little.
How did you start?
Where did you need to go?
Did you have to physically “go” anywhere?
Did you need to have a financial planner first?
Everything I know about investing can fit easily onto a 3 X 5 index card. Which is to say, I don’t know very much.
I know that when you invest you should be mindful of all the associated fees. If you invest through a brokerage firm or through an app online, at the absolute least, you should make sure you can answer these questions: Continue reading “8 Free Investing Apps You Should Try If You’re New To Investing & Broke Like Me”