Robinhood is a trading app where you can buy and sell stocks commission free. There is no minimum balance, it is very easy to operate, and signing up takes minutes.
Acorns automatically invests your spare change from your connected debit and credit cards into thousands of diversified securities commission free.
Mint helps you budget, manage your money, and track your investments. You can also track and pay your bills, view your credit score for free, and get free alerts and advice on your finances.
Seeking Alpha has stock market insights and financial analysis reads. You will be the first to know about real time, concise news and market moving analysis from industry experts and investors on the stocks you track.
Yahoo Finance allows you to track the market and the economy. You can follow and track stocks, get personalized news and alerts, and access real-time stock information and investment updates.
Wally is the simplest and fastest way to track your expenses, income, and set a savings target. You can balance your expenses and income, understand where your money goes, and easily track a daily budget.
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