Invest & trade

Learning challenges


Whether you want to invest alone or partner with a pro, we've created a few quick, easy lessons designed to give you the confidence to make informed investing decisions.

Decoding investment speak

Make your money work harder

Why risk it? Growth potential

Smart investing made easy


5 strategic steps to help boost you from beginner to savvy trader—educated, informed, and confident.

Create your own trading strategy

Find trading ideas

Prepare for your trade

Place your trade

Monitor your trade

Help navigating life's big moments

Life comes at you fast. Whether you're celebrating a big milestone or adjusting to an unexpected change, Fidelity can help you navigate all parts of these important moments with our resources, guides, and tools.

See how we can help you plan for life events

Investing on your own or with our help

Whether you're new to investing or an experienced trader, our suite of planning and advisory services can help you define and work your way toward your financial goals.

Fidelity Go®

Digital investment management with our robo advisor for a single financial goal.

Personalized Planning & Advice

Digital planning and investment management with financial coaching when you need it.

Wealth Management

Customized planning, advice, and investment management, led by a dedicated advisor.

Investing isn't one size fits all

Find the account or investment type that's right for your personal financial goals.

Accounts for investing

Brokerage accounts

Buy and sell shares with our low-commission accounts.

Cash management accounts

A convenient way to save, spend, and manage your cash with the features of a traditional checking account, but without a bank.

Health savings accounts (HSAs)

With a health savings account (HSA), you can pay for qualified medical expenses in a tax-advantaged way, now through retirement.

529 College savings plans

Flexible, tax-advantaged accounts designed specifically for education savings.

Investment types to buy


Buy and sell shares of publicly traded companies in both domestic and international markets.

Mutual funds

A cost-efficient way to build a diversified investment portfolio.

Exchange-traded funds (ETFs)

Low-cost strategies with benefits like diversification, tax efficiency, and broad market exposure. 

Fixed income, bonds, & CDs

Investments that generally pay returns on a fixed schedule.