Investing can be intimidating for many people, but it doesn’t have to be. One of the first decisions any investor makes is what type of account they want to use – think of this as the house you use for your investments. JPMorgan Chase was one of the first banks to offer quick deposit for bank accounts, and now the feature is available for investment accounts.
Chase has a variety of investment accounts and products to meet your needs. Whether you’re looking to start small or invest large, the Chase platform has something that’s right for you. Sign in to the Chase Mobile® app and tap the “investments” icon to get started. Your combined investment account information displays, so you can see the most up-to-date information on your accounts.
When you open a Chase investment Account, you will have access to a wide range of services and products, such as stocks, mutual funds, and ETFs. You can also use the online tools to research investments, track performance, and compare different types of investments.
And the cardinal rule for Investing is consistency, so anyone making regular contributions to an investment account can pat themselves on the back for being a disciplined investor. Banking and Investing using chase.com and the Chase mobile app has never been easier. You can set up automatic transfers from your checking account to your investment account, and the funds will be available immediately.
You can also open and fund a new J.P. Morgan Self-Directed Investing account. This type of account gives you the freedom to invest in stocks, mutual funds, and ETFs without the need for an advisor. You can set up automatic transfers from your checking account to your investment account, and the funds will be available immediately.
There are also several accounts that require a minimum deposit. For example, if you want to open a Chase Savings account, you must deposit at least $15,000 into the account. This type of account is ideal for those who want to save money for a large purchase or retirement.
Interestingly, many J.P. Morgan investment products don't count toward the minimum deposit requirement. This means that if you want to invest in mutual funds or ETFs, you won't have to worry about jumping through any hoops to do so.
Finally, if you're looking to switch from another employer's retirement plan, Chase offers a Rollover IRA. This account lets you rollover your account from your previous employer and compare the benefits of Brokerage, Traditional IRA and Roth IRA accounts to decide which one best suits your needs.