Stash - $20
Stash is a round up service similar to Acorns. You connect a bank to Stash and it rounds up your purchases to the nearest dollar and invests them. It then invests it into a basket of stocks based on your risk profile. There is a fee of $1 a month but if you're looking just to get into investing this is a easy way to do it.
Overall I think Stash is good for beginners. I wouldn't keep it as my main investment source but it is fun being apart of the Stash Parties they have. As a Stash member Stash will have hour time frames where you can claim bits of stock. It pays for the fee at least and then some depending on how well the stock does. You'll have to try it all when you sign up with the link below for $20 in your Stash account!
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