Join 500,000 investors who automate their finances with M1.
With our next-generation, intelligent financial tools, you can do exactly what you want with your investing, borrowing, and spending. The cherry on top? It’s free.
Built for you
Invest, manage and grow your money the way you want, for free.
Build a custom portfolio of the stocks and funds you want or choose from more than 80 expert portfolios.
Own stocks and ETFs, regardless of share price, with fractional shares. Make diversification simpler and ensure you’re always fully invested.
Automate your contributions with investing schedules, keep your portfolio on track with dynamic rebalancing, and never worry about placing manual trades again.
Accounts to fit your needs
Set up an individual taxable account for your general investing needs.
Establish a joint account with a relative, spouse, or domestic partner.
Invest in your future with Traditional, Roth, and SEP IRAs.
Manage trust investments with an M1 Trust Account.
M1 uses a Pie-based interface to make building and managing a portfolio easier and more intuitive than ever. Choose from more than 6,000 stocks and funds to build Custom Pies or select from nearly 100 Expert Pies, designed to meet different financial goals and investment objectives.
Upgrade to M1 Plus and get the smartest perks
Unlock exclusive access to a second trading window so you get even more control over when and how you invest. Invest in the morning or the afternoon—or both.
What our clients say
My favorite thing about M1 is the Pie: it’s very easy to see an overview of my entire portfolio.
Being able to purchase fractional shares is exactly what I need.
I love the ability to invest without paying fees. I can put the extra savings toward purchasing extra shares.
May not be representative of the experience of other customers. Not a guarantee of future performance or success.
What are the risks?
Investing can be one of the best ways to build wealth for the long-term, but here are some things to keep in mind when creating your portfolio:
Returns from any investment requires that the company stays in business.
Stock prices may fluctuate up or down based on factors inside the company, political events, or market events.
Inflation reduces purchasing power and may erode returns for people investing in cash equivalents.
Interest rate risk
Interest rate changes can affect the business operations, profits, and losses of companies in many sectors of the market.
The potential lack of market availability of an investment you want to buy or sell quickly can reduce potential gains but increase potential losses.