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Top 9 Investing Apps To Make Investing Easier For You

Kevin Nouse
March 26, 2016
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When it comes to making money, investing is a sought after avenue. However, investing is quite a serious affair and involves in-depth calculations and a thorough study of the market ups and downs. The good news is that today you have got a wide array of investing apps for you which will help you in making better investment decisions on the go. The post below highlights on the top 9 investing apps that are worth checking for.

  1. Betterment
The Betterment app takes to screenshots to offer reports on the account balances & overall performance of your investments. You would simply have to build your online profile here through some simple questions such as your investment goal or age & then the app would invest money for the user in diverse investment portfolio.
  1. Feedly
As mentioned in the first paragraph, every investor should make it a point to keep himself or herself updated about the market trends to ensure an informed investment decision. Feedly would be your best ally here as it offers you the opportunity to look into several news outlets simultaneously. As a Feedly user, you would be able to follow different blogs, many news sites & other relevant portals online. Whether you want an individual read on each feed or need everything on a single giant feed- Feedly can do everything for you.
  1. Acorns
The app here would enable you to invest money in tiny bits over time. This is good to ensure that you stay within your investment bankroll, eliminating the risks of getting overboard with the budget. The app simply takes spare change right from users everyday transactions & then allots them in different businesses & markets so that you can make good money easily. Say for example, you spend around $15.50, the app would lap up the remaining $0.50 & invest it somewhere.
  1. Forex Hero
When it comes to investing in the big wide Forex zone, you should make yourself informed about the nitty gritty of the market as much as possible. What if you get to know everything in a game mode? Awesome, isn't it? Well, Forex Hero does the thing for you by offering you a fun stimulating game which is about making money through currency trading. Themed on basics of Forex & economics, the game enables you to enhance your know-how on the needed basics of the market in a playful mode.
  1. FRED Economic Data
A favorite of the smart investors, this is another app that helps one to stay updated about the investment market. The app comes up with more than 40,000 lots of economic details from as many as 37 regional, international & national sources. Oh! That's certainly quite a lot! The app is known for its simple design & easy navigation facilities. Moreover, you would be able to create customized graphics as well.
  1. MyStocks
MyStocks is a great app for those interested in investing in the stock markets. You will have here information on varied stock markets along with quotes, alerts, analyst ratings & historical data. The app comes with a full-on Material Design to ensure a good-looking & intuitive interface. The users here are further getting DashClock extensions, Android Wear backup & more.
  1. Tip'd Off
As an investor, you would definitely feel like being in terms with other fellow investors around and Tip'd Off is the right app for you here. It's like your investment Facebook where you can be a part of investor community to share, exchange and obtain insightful information about the market and the trade. You will also get news feeds on others' trades & the app can connect you to important brokerages.
  1. SigFig Investment Optimizer
SigFig helps you in a way both MyStocks and Acorns do. It helps you to check on the stock prices, track your investments or you can just allow the application to manage your investment portfolio for you. It carries a clean design & assures good deal of information for the users.
  1. Openfolio
Somewhat like Tip'd Off, the app allows you to observe investment tactics of your fellow investors and also enables you to share your own portfolio.

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