How to get started in stocks

If you’re just getting into stocks you’re probably looking for a better way to trade your time. 

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Trading stocks provide a Creative with the ability to compound money quickly while providing ample amounts of free time to use towards other endeavors. It provides a Creative with the freedom to make genuine purpose-driven choices. It can also help Creatives to achieve the ability to be able to do what they want when they want remotely. All you need is your phone and wifi. If this idea is aligned with what you’re looking for we can’t wait to see you get started.

Below are a few institutions that can get you into the stock market and trading quickly. These institutions are called brokers.

 A broker will allow you to open a brokerage account where you can deposit your money to trade for stocks. This experience is completely online (Covid-friendly)  and should only take a couple of minutes.


Fidelity’s brokerage account using FCASH  is our number 1 choice and here’s why :


Vanguard comes in at #2. Though this company name carries big weight in the trading world their trading platform has some things we could see improved.

Ally Invest

Ally Invest is easy to get started with but has had some fees and glitches lately that have made us a little cautious of their trading platform. Here’s what we found :