7 Alternatives to Acorns
Matthew Benjamin- Front end engineer | WerkWealthfront is a great investing tool for the long term. I am not very investment savvy, so the experts at Wealthfront allocate the money I invest.
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUpI use both Betterment and Wealthfront because I wanted to try them out. Initially, Betterment had the better interface. However, Wealthfront has been catching up. With the recent addition of Path by Wealthfront, you can now see they're catching up with interactive tools to visualize your financial health. Anecdotally, my Betterment portfolio has consistentl… See more
Steve SellersGreat company backed by a great team of financial experts. Extremely helpful staff. Very similar to Wealthfront but I like Betterment's approach better. Been with them for 3+ years and so far has been great!
Graham Campbell- 🚀 new ventures, fasterI would also recommend Betterment. However, I would qualify that by saying that it's very difficult to rank robo-advisers (or more specifically, tech-enabled actively-managed, investment funds that charge a management fee) at this point in the game on the measure of the quality of financial returns - simply because these apps have not been on the market lo… See more
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHubPersonally, I've been using Betterment since they were in beta. It's so good I've never had a reason to look elsewhere. I also appreciate that it consistently has been getting better. I auto deposit and don't really think about it. Wealthfront seems great too. I'm not sure that there are really any differentiating features between the two of them. I'll prob… See more
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