This micro investing app allows you to trade in fractional share investing, called “stock bits” by SoFi. Fractional shares are tiny portions of a share of stock worth less than the full value of one share.
What Public.com aims to do above all else is make the stock market an inclusive and educational place, with social features that make it easy to collaborate as you build your confidence as an investor—for free (i.e., no management fee).
Investing with M1 Finance can be as simple as depositing money, setting your stock and index fund selections and having the platform automate your investments on your behalf. Acorns doesn’t allow individual stock investing—only index fund ETFs.
This best stock trading app for beginners and experts alike offers commission-free stock trading (no trading fees) as well as commission-free trades on ETFs, options and cryptocurrencies (no mutual funds at this time). Acorns only allows low-cost ETFs.