5 apps that make you earn extra income

 

Thanks to app creator, nowadays, you can transfer or withdraw money to your app in instant.  With the tech revolution, we can save and earn extra with a few button.  Below is 5 tops app you can make extra on the go.

Betterment

bettermentBetterment is an app that uses screenshots to give you reports on account balances and overall performance. Justcreate your online profile by answering simple questions like your age and investment goal (e.g. “build wealth” or “safety net”), and then let the app invest the money for you in a diversified investment portfolio. Fees range from 0.15 to 0.35 percent of your annual balance.

Acorns

accornsAcorns is a foolproof app that you can set up once and then forget about. Link a credit or debit card to your profile and the spare change from purchases on the card will be rounded up to the next dollar and invested in a diversified portfolio of six different funds based on your set risk tolerance. Fees range from one dollar per month to 0.25 percent of your annual assets.

Kapitall

icon175x175Kapitall treats investing as the game it’s so often compared to. By moving a company’s icon in and out of your live portfolio, Kapitall makes trades as simple as dragging and dropping. Created in part by video game entrepreneur Gaspard de Dreuzy, the app features a user-friendly interface among the easiest out there to understand, so it’s great for new investors. Kapitall will even give you a $100,00 “practice portfolio” to play around and hone your skills with before you go live. Fees sit at $7.95.

Robinhood

unnamedRobinhood is a simple brokerage service geared towards those who are just dipping their toes into the investment water. Robinhood was designed for the handheld mobile world and offers free trading.

Who doesn’t love free?       

FinMason

tdlgdstso7h1ltf9xmr7FinMason is a free app that gives you unbiased views of investing and the market without actually selling stock advice. Their goal is to help investors understand what’s best for them by using simple graphics to compare portfolios and give users a simple look at portfolio recommendation. Although this app won’t let you do any actual investing, it can significantly help newer investors with their portfolios.

Wealthfront

icon175x175 (2)Wealthfront is a simple investment app that bases investments on a portfolio you create, letting their automated algorithms do the rest. This site manages over $1.5 billion in assets and is fully automated, truly blazing a trail into the future. Investment accounts are fully diversified, periodically rebalanced and tracked minute by minute to keep the client’s interests at the forefront of investing. Easily accessed online or through a tablet or smartphone, Wealthfront combines the best in technology with the best in investing. Fees range from zero to 0.25 percent.

 

Josh Gleyfano

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