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M1 Finance stock trading app review after 1 year of use.
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I’ve been trading with the M1 Finance for one year, so I thought I’d give you my honest review and what they currently offer their customers. M1 Finance has commission-free stock trades and fractional trade.

M1 Finance isn’t for every type of investor, but I’ll cover the pros and cons of my own experience, so you can decide for yourself if they’re a brokerage worth using. Thanks for watching and please like the video if you got some good value out of it.
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39 thoughts on “M1 Finance Review After 1 Year of Use m finance review”

  1. I’m a long time Fidelity user but I’ve recommended this platform more than any other. It’s setup great to help someone less active succeed in investment. Hope this platform really does well.

  2. This company sucks. They don't offer limit orders, you just have to hope you get a good price for your stock order. Six times in 1 day they put me on hold for half an hour promising to get back but then hang-up on me after telling me to go online to get help. Others have posted that they seem to pay the high price of a stock purchase for the day they put in a order. I wonder why they don't offer limit orders, maybe so m1 can make more money buying low and recording a higher purchase price for your records.

  3. Hi i have a question, does constantly changing your portfolio around affect my overall return??? As i keep watching your and other videos i keep learning about new stocks and strategies. After about 2 months now i finally decided to keep my portfolio the way it is and i'm happy with it but my return is barley over 1 percent even with 20 positions that i have.

  4. It's a crap platform.
    Horrible customer service. (doesn't exist)
    Worst interface I've ever used in my life.
    I think they are not bankrupt yet only because people who opened an account and bought securities still trying to figure out how to sell them using all of those pies, rebalancing, and automatic allocation.
    Investing is not an easy thing but with M1 finance it becomes a nightmare!
    Just avoid it no matter what!

  5. Great video!! I was taken aback though, by the fact that if you want to set up a reoccurring transfer there is a $100 minimum. Is there a work around for this so that I don't have to go in and transfer money manually? Thanks!

  6. Thanks for all the info. Just heard that M1 Finance don't offer a regular DRIP program for reinvestment. And youa are not able to purchase shares numerically suh as 2 or 5 shares but as a percentage. Is that correct? Thank you in advance.

  7. If I edit my pie’s allocation percentages will it automatically sell or rebalance my portfolio? I don’t want it to.

    I’d like to be able to reduce allocation on certain stocks from time to time and focus more money at others without building multiple pies or having multiple accounts.

  8. Quick question.. what fees are associated with transferring Roth IRA out of M1 finance if there ever comes a day where I do that? Perhaps they increase fees or other expenses related to the service and it makes sense at a future date to move to a different provider, what would the process be?

  9. I think $87 is my sweet spot. once per week, twice a month or once a month. You will be surprised how fast you can get to $1000 w/no pain at all.

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