Invest in Apple

Learn everything you need to know about Apple. This page is a hub packed with information to help you get started with one of the world's largest and most popular companies.
By: James Knight
James Knight
When he isn’t at work, James is an avid trader and golfer who likes to travel. He once fed,… read more.
Updated: May 26, 2021

Ways to invest in Apple

The simplest way to invest in Apple shares is to create an account with a stock broker. There are lots of online platforms that allow you to trade stocks quickly and inexpensively, and often have beginner accounts or tutorials to help ease you in to the stock market.

There are lots of other ways to get your hands on some Apple stock as well, however. You can buy into various investment vehicles, like a mutual fund or an exchange-traded fund, so you can gain exposure to Apple shares without having to micromanage the buying and selling yourself. Use the links below to learn more about each method for investing in Apple.

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What is Apple?

Apple is a multinational corporation that makes a wide range of highly popular products, including smartphones, laptops, and tablets. It’s the largest online company in the world by market capitalisation and one of the most recognisable brands around.

If you’re new to the stock market, check out our Stock Markets 101 course, which takes you through everything you need to know in easy-to-understand, simple steps.

How to invest in Apple

As a beginner, it’s a good idea to get to know all the options available to you before you venture any of your money. Here is a quick summary of how to invest in Apple stock, using a variety of methods. To learn more, follow the link to our guides on each subject.

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James Knight
Financial writer
When he isn’t at work, James is an avid trader and golfer who likes to travel. He once fed, rode, and ate an ostrich all on… read more.