The Best Investment Apps if You Only Have a Small Amount of Money

Here's the scenario:You're excited about the stock market, and want to see how it works. But you don't have much money to use, especially as a beginner investor.If you want to learn how to turn money into more money with investing, but you're not sure if you can afford it, you're in good company. Lots of curious folks in similar situations have flocked to the stock market recently to explore the explosion of new investment apps — and happily found that many are convenient, easy to use, don't require a lot of money, and are downloadable to both iOS and Android.But how does it work? Also known as micro-investing, there are several apps now that let you invest free of charge with no/low minimum deposit. Their greatest advantages appear to be working around the typical brokerage account minimums (which can reach thousands of dollars) while making the save-up toward the average $3,000 mutual fund minimum initial investment unnecessary. Best of all, th...