Managed Investing

Start Small, Dream Big

Start with as little as $11 to get a fully managed investment account tailored to your goals. You set your risk level. We’ll do the rest.


Fully Managed Portfolios, Smart Automation

Built For You

Portfolios are designed by industry experts, personalized to your risk level and time horizon.

Auto Invest

Automatically add funds to your account on a schedule that works for you.

Round Ups2

Invest your spare change as you spend on any existing debit and credit cards.


Easy and Affordable

Pay a low monthly account fee between $1-$5 depending on your account balance.1

No hidden costs. No financial jargon.

Accounts are subject to a monthly account fee of $1, $3 (accounts valued over $5,000), or $5 (accounts valued over $25,000).

Invest in Your Interests

Take more control over your portfolio with thematic investing.

Select themes that align with your interests and passions, like technology, innovation and social responsibility.

Take Control Of Your Portfolio With MoneyLion WOW

Invest in 600+ stocks & ETFs with an Active Investing account with additional no additional monthly fees.3

Enjoy waived monthly fees on Managed Investing account.

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How Does Managed Investing Work? Easy.

  1. 1

    Answer a few questions to personalize your portfolio.

  2. 2

    Fund your account by linking your external bank accounts or your RoarMoneySM Banking account.

  3. 3

    Enable automated Round Ups2 to invest your spare change while you spend.

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You've got questions. We have answers.

What fees am I charged for my MoneyLion Investment Account?

Unlike some other managed investment accounts, the MoneyLion Investment Account has no ongoing management or trading fees. There is a tiered monthly account fee on our investment accounts:

  • $1 for accounts valued up to $5k
  • $3 for accounts valued over $5k, up to $25k
  • $5 for accounts valued over $25k

In addition to the account level expenses described above, the ETFs in which you invest include embedded expenses that will reduce the ETF’s net asset value. These embedded expenses will reduce the ETF’s performance and will, therefore, reduce the overall performance of your portfolio. Such fees and expenses may include management fees, custodian fees, brokerage commissions, and legal and accounting fees.

For important information and disclosures relating to the MoneyLion Investment Account, see Investment FAQs, Form ADV Brochure.

Can you explain my personalized asset allocation?

Working with our partner Wilshire Associates, a 30-year investment industry leader that manages the assets of some of the nation’s largest institutional investors, we have developed five asset allocation portfolios. Each one offers a distinct balance of associated risk and return expectations. We’ll recommend one of these portfolios for you based on the risk preference questions you answered when you joined MoneyLion.

Here are the five core portfolios, each based on a preferred level of risk:

  • Conservative portfolio: Seeks to protect your portfolio by weighting heavily to fixed income (bond) ETFs, with a smaller proportional allocation to equity (stock) ETFs, offering liquidity and targeting stability but offering lower potential returns.
  • Moderately conservative portfolio: Seeks to protect your portfolio by weighting more heavily to fixed income ETFs while also seeking to achieve some growth by adding some weighting to equity ETFs.
  • Moderate portfolio: Seeks to achieve growth and reduce risk by weighting to fixed income ETFs and equity ETFs fairly evenly, but with a slight tilt toward equities. It may experience some volatility (but most likely still less than the volatility of the overall market) in pursuit of long-term growth.
  • Moderately aggressive portfolio: Takes on higher risk to seek higher potential long-term returns and is typically weighted more heavily to equity ETFs, but with some weighting to fixed income ETFs to help cushion against volatility.
  • Aggressive portfolio: Takes on substantial risk in an attempt to maximize returns and is heavily weighted to equity ETFs, with a small (typically 20% or less) weighting in fixed income ETFs, and may endure extensive volatility in pursuit of higher long-term gains.

You can always view your current portfolio of funds (and the amount allocated to each) in the MoneyLion app.

The Risk Slider offers two additional asset allocation portfolios beyond our five risk-based portfolios, which allows you to further customize your investment experience.

  • The first option is an Aggressive equity-only portfolio. This is for investors with longer time horizons who want to take on higher risk in pursuit of higher gains investing only in equity (stock) ETFs.
  • On the other end of the spectrum is the Steady income portfolio. This is a highly conservative portfolio designed to grow your cash at a faster rate than a traditional savings account would by investing in bond ETFs instead of holding cash. The conservative investments would provide you with lower exposure to market fluctuation while producing investment income. It’s our most conservative option, and although your returns may be lower in this allocation than other portfolios, you’ll experience greater protection from market downturns.
What is Auto Invest?

Auto Invest is an easy way for you to build up funds for your future without having to think about it on a regular basis! It allows you to put your investing on autopilot. And you can turn it off or adjust it anytime.

Here’s how it works: You can pick an amount (as low as $5) to transfer from a checking account to your MoneyLion Investment account on an automated, recurring basis. You choose the frequency of the deposit (weekly, biweekly, or monthly) that you’re comfortable with, and we’ll then invest it for you in your fully managed investment account to help it grow.

You could turn $20 a week into $1,000 a year without even having to think about it! Just set it up and let the saving happen automatically.

For instructions on How To Set Up Auto Invest, go here.

How often can I change my asset allocation?

You can change your portfolio allocation no more than approximately once every five days. This is because, when you change your allocation, it requires us to sell and buy shares in your account to rebalance your assets to your new allocation. To make sure your portfolio change is correctly and efficiently processed, we need at least five days to complete the process.

However, it is best practice not to make frequent changes, as your portfolio is meant to be for longer-term investing. Changes should not be made more frequently than once or twice a year, because the allocation reflects risk parameters, which should only change if your preferences or financial situation change.

What is thematic investing or portfolio themes?

When you think of investing, a basic mix of stocks and bonds probably comes to mind. After all, those are the portfolio building blocks that let you invest directly in companies, sectors, and industries. But have you ever wanted to invest in something bigger, like a new technology that could be the next big thing, or in a specific passion or interest? If so, you’re not alone. Many investors want their portfolios to reflect their personal preferences and their investment preferences. Thematic investing lets you do just that! And MoneyLion is excited to offer three new portfolio themes. Powered by industry leaders Global X and Wilshire, each portfolio theme lets you invest in a carefully selected set of ETFs aligned to a specific topic.

How do I transfer money from my MoneyLion investment account to another account?
  1. Tap the finances tab on the home screen.
  2. Then select the transfer button at the top of the screen and select your MoneyLion Investment Account as your “From.”


3. Next, choose any account that appears in the list as your “To.”


4. Type in the amount you’d like to transfer and hit continue.


5. Lastly, confirm your transfer.



6. Your Funds are on the way. Your transfer will take 7-10 business days.


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