Automatic Buy

Put your portfolio contributions on autopilot.


Invest more for your goals—automatically.

  • Schedule recurring, automatic transfers from your bank account to your existing T. Rowe Price account.

  • Steadily invest through the market’s ups and downs—which may help lower your overall average cost.1

  • Start with as little as $100 a month. And because we know life happens: Adjust, skip, or cancel at any time.

  • Select from more than 100 low-cost, no-load mutual funds. (You must already own shares of a fund to set up Automatic Buy.)


Stick with an automatic investment plan. Build up your portfolio over time.


Why automate your investing?


Set up Automatic Buy; it’s as easy as 1-2-3.

Watch our new Automatic Buy tutorial video below to see how simple it is, step by step. Adjust your settings at anytime and stay dedicated to your financial goals while we take care of the rest.

Automatic Buy is a smart and easy way to save for the future you want.

By scheduling automatic investments, you can help build your savings and have one less task to worry about every month. The service is free and setting up is as simple as 1-2-3.

Once you’re logged in, you can begin. The first step is to select your funding source.

Next, choose how often and how much you want to invest. It can be as little as $100 a month, on whatever schedule works for you.

Then pick one or more of your open mutual funds to invest in.

The final step is to simply review and submit your choices. No checks to write. No investment slips to mail. Never miss an IRA contribution again.

Set up Automatic Buy today.

Step 1:
Select your funding source 

Step 2:
Choose how much you want to invest and how often

Step 3:
Pick one or more funds to invest in

Even $100 a month can help build a habit of saving. Prepare for tomorrow by automating today.

1Investing through Automatic Buy cannot assure a profit or protect against loss in a declining market. Since it involves continuous investment regardless of fluctuating price levels, investors should consider their financial ability to continue purchases through periods of both high and low price levels.

2All investments are subject to market risk, including the possible loss of principal; they are subject to management fees and expenses. Unlike bank products, investment products are not FDIC-insured, are not bank-guaranteed, and may lose value.

Charts are shown for illustrative purposes only.