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Is it easy to try that app which could make you stocks trading for as little as $1? Of course not. Why not? Because there has been a number of experienced traders who have been in that business for long time and they still make huge mistakes that caused them to lose money.
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But you are realistic and you know your capabilities and what you can do better. So better focus on things that you enjoy and profit from it at the same time. Maybe you can try for having fun too. And who knows probably you win some good money.
According to Investopedia, these are the best trading apps this year:
- Best Overall: Charles Schwab
- Best for Novice Investors: Robinhood
- Best User Experience: TD Ameritrade
- Best for Tools & Resources: E*Trade
- Best for Active Traders: TradeStation
- Best for Penny Stock Research: Fidelity