What’s an M1 Pie?
Pies are the building blocks of M1 portfolios. They contain your stocks and funds, or crypto. Create a Pie, or groups of Pies, to help you visualize and drive toward long-term financial goals.
Fine-tune your investing strategy
A portfolio is a single M1 Brokerage Account. Each portfolio is made up of one or more Pies.
A Pie is a group of investments. Use them to organize your stocks and ETFs or crypto. Then, automate your strategy.
A Slice can contain an individual investment, another Pie, or even a group of Pies. Pies can contain up to 100 Slices.
Build your first custom Pie, step-by-step
1. Login to M1 and complete account setup.
2. Select “Choose Securities”.
3. Choose the stocks and/or ETFs to include in your Pie.
4. Enter the percentage allocation for each asset.
5. Save your Pie and start investing.
Don’t start from scratch.
Use a Model Portfolio.
Use our Model Portfolios as a starting point when building out your long-term investment strategy. Themed around different investing goals and popular methodologies, these collections of holdings can be used as a complete starter Pie or as a Slice in your portfolio.
Then, set everything in motion
Set your targets
The percentages you set for each Slice represent how funds will be allocated each time you invest.
With M1’s Pie interface, you’re able to buy your entire portfolio at once—no need to micromanage.
We’ll do the calculations to analyze and rebalance your Pie, maintaining the percentages you set.
Zero commission fees^
There are no hidden costs or fees associated with M1 Brokerage Accounts, including IRAs. For a complete list of fees, see the M1 Fee Schedule.
Start visualizing your strategy with Pies
Investing with another brokerage?
It’s easy to move securities to M1 and start using Pies.
^Commission-free trading of stocks and ETFs refers to $0 commissions charged by M1 Finance LLC for self-directed brokerage accounts. Other fees may apply such as regulatory, M1 Plus membership, account closures, and ADR fees. For complete list of fees, visit m1.com/legal/disclosures/misc-fees