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SoFi is a familiar name in the personal finance space. The fintech company launched in 2011 to help millennials refinance their student loans, but has since expanded into all sorts of financial products.
Today, SoFi offers everything from private student loans, personal loans, mortgages and auto loan refinancing, to banking, credit cards, wealth management services, insurance and investing. In other words, it’s seemingly a one-stop shop or all your money needs.
This review will focus on the investing arm at SoFi, which in itself offers lots of options to grow your money. SoFi Invest® is an all-in-one investing platform that gives users the ability to trade stocks, ETFs, cryptocurrency, plus it allows users to buy fractional shares and participate in IPOs at IPO prices (before they trade on an exchange and the price increases). SoFi investors also have access to a robo-advisor and tax-advantaged IRAs to save for retirement.
Below, Select reviews SoFi Invest’s offerings to give you the details on its investment options, features and fees so you can decide if it’s right for your money.
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