5 top Investments Internet pages | Investing for novices

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From the best free investment apps I use to the website I use to research stocks, it costs nothing to have an account on these sites and I get the best the internet has to offer. Through these five investing websites; I get free trades, alternative investments, stocks and funds, banking services and all the research I need to invest.

I reveal my five favorite stock market apps in each category from free investing, overall finances, alternative investments app, crowd investing platform and one website for research I’ve had for nearly 20 years.

People ask me if it’s difficult to keep everything organized with accounts on so many investing sites. It’s easy because I use them all for a different reason, for the best that each has to offer. For example, I do most of my investing on the free investing app and save thousands in fees. I get all my research from a couple of sites and get banking services from another.

I’ve included links to each of the best investing sites below if you want to find out more. In a few cases, I’ve worked out special offers for my community to get cash back and free trades.

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Joseph Hogue, CFA spent nearly a decade as an investment analyst for institutional firms and banks. He now helps people understand their financial lives through debt payoff strategies, investing and ways to save more money. He has appeared on Bloomberg and on sites like CNBC and Morningstar. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and is a veteran of the Marine Corps.

19 Antworten auf „5 top Investments Internet pages | Investing for novices“

  1. I am new to the investing scene. I have signed my contract with the USMC and was wondering what was the best way to get started before I leave for boot-camp. Semper Fi

  2. Thanks for your videos I really appreciate the motivation I just want to let you know I did open three accounts today Lending Club M1 finance and I have to open fundrise since I wasn't able to open the one with peer Street I'd be Tuesday ASAP 500 General Mills General Electric Amazon and Haines why you think of my picks thank you

  3. I got Robinhood, I only use to hold dividend, and occasional penny stock trading. I got Acorns and Stash as my buy and hold app. I signed up to M1 Finance but I'm trying to get my Robinhood and Stash up to $200+ and I'm going to put money in M1 Finance. You answer my question about Peer Street, its real estate loans, it's the real estate version of Lending Club.

  4. The more I follow this and other "Talk Money" -like channels, the more I get frustrated about how few investment options there are here in the EU…

  5. Hello Joseph. Could you do something on socially responsible investing, I think it is important in this day and age. For me, not all money is created equal.

  6. M1 finance sounds great for no fees, but I don't think I would want a retirement account there because of insurance. I like Fidelity because it sweeps the cash in your account to FDIC insured banks behind the scenes. It will disperse between multiple banks so you have FDIC insurance up to $1,250,000. I believe M1 Finance is SIPC insured.

  7. I don't like the auto allocation of M1, I want more control. Robinhood does not have DRIP. Fidelity and Merrill Edge have free trades for accounts over 100K, so essentially free, awesome. Merrill has better research, but Fidelity has free ETF's. The Etrade platform interface and research looks excellent, but you pay for it with 6.95 per trade. I think I will open smaller account at Etrade and transfer a few buy and hold positions there (and get the sweet aggregated research), then have balance of portfolio at Fidelity or Merrill and do my free trading there. Best of both worlds and no fees. Chaaching!

  8. hi many thanks for sharing and great video indeed.
    I would like to ask which your above recommend investment platforms available outside of USA, I have equired M1 Finance but it does not provide it services in Singapore, hence I have signed up a TD-AmeriTrade account and it has a great charting tools.
    I look forward to hear from you soon.

    Best Regards.

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