Acorns is the first company to offer micro investing to the world. The proprietary financial engine allows customers to roundup spare change from everyday purchases and invest these sub-dollar amounts into a professionally managed portfolio of index funds. One just needs to connect any credit or debit card and a checking account, then spend money as usually to watch its portfolio grow with the market. It's easy to get started when one can invest any amount, any time with no commissions or minimums.
Irvine, US
Size (employees)
197 (est)+6%
Acorns was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Irvine, US
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Acorns Office Locations

Acorns has an office in Irvine
Irvine, US (HQ)
Scholle Center Building 4
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Acorns Financials and Metrics

Acorns Operating Metrics

Y, 2017


2 m
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Acorns Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
Vault November 07, 2017
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Acorns News and Updates

Acorns launches retirement account product to expand beyond retail investing

Acorns, the mobile service that’s providing a gateway to investing in the stock market, has completed the master plan it set in motion months ago with the acquisition of Vault by finally launching a retirement account product today. Called Acorns Later, the service is the first Acorns investment veh…

We talked to Steve Cohen's right hand man about Point72 Venture's latest investment, tech on Wall Street, and cryptocurrency

SAY, a technology company that aims to help stock owners unlock their voting rights, has secured $8 million from a number of investors.  Business Insider spoke with Matthew Granade, a managing director at Point72 Ventures and a lead investor on the deal, about SAY, his outlook on financial technol…

Blast raises $5 million to turn gamers into savers

Every time you hit an achievement in League of Legends, you could trigger “micro-savings.” That’s the big idea that enabled Blast to raise $5 million in funding. Blast’s micro-savings tools will eventually work with most games, from hardcore hits like League of Legends to casual fare such as Candy C…

The Rise Fund backs micro-investing app Acorns

The Rise Fund, TPG's investment fund, has made an investment in Acorns, a micro-investing app. No financial terms were disclosed.

Acorns - A beginners adventure - Part 1

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PayPal partners with Acorns to help you invest your money

PayPal is better known as a digital payments service for buying things through eBay and a multitude of online and offline retail channels, but the company has today announced a number of integrations with popular microinvestment platform Acorns. Acorns, for the uninitiated, makes it easy for consume…
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