Thursday, June 29, 2017

Stockpile-- Your Favorite Stocks By the Dollar

I'm sure there are many of you out there just like me.  You've wanted to start investing in the stock market and just didn't think you had the extra money to do so.  After all, the stocks you would like to buy are pretty expensive per share.

With Stockpile that is not a worry.  You can buy fractional shares!!  Yes, they earn just like full shares too.  (****Be sure to check out the special offer at the end of my post too****)
You never pay more than 99 cents per trade, whether you are buying, or selling.
The choices of stock to purchase seem endless.

I also know that many of you are also like me----you have those hard to buy for people on the gift list.  Buy them gift cards to Stockpile!
E-gift cards are available as well as physical cards.  There is no minimum to send an e-gift card, but there is a $2.99 plus 3% fee, so keep that in mind.   I fond that to send $5 would be $8.14.
Physical cards are available in many stores, but also at the Stockpile gift shop online.
Minimum gift card with the physical card is $25.  You can buy just one or you can buy many.   They offer the most popular stocks in sets.
Myself, if I was buying for a gift, I would choose the gift card that allows them to choose the stock of their choice.  With fees, the total price is $29.95 for one $25 card.  There is a small shipping charge, but if you buy 3 or more, shipping is free!

They say that the average gain per year in the stock market is 9.8% per year.  That means that you could be a millionaire by retirement if you start early.
Opening a custodial account for your children would just be awesome.  Start them out right.  Let them check it each day to see the gain or loss.

This is a screenshot of my account as of right now.  You will notice that my $25 in Disney stock is up, whereas the $5 in amazon is down.   It's fun and interesting to watch each day....exciting is another word for it.

You might also notice that I have put in more to amazon that is pending.  I found that the minimum to transfer from your bank account into your Stockpile account is $10.  I went ahead and bought the $9.01 in amazon so with the 99 cent trade fee it was the $10 even.

I see there is an option to buy with debit card, but I've not checked that out yet.  That's next on my list to do.

I have a lot to learn, but am learning more about it every day.

**********Now for that deal that I told you to watch for!!!
Use this link , sign up for your own Stockpile account, and receive $5 in free stock to get your started!
Please don't let this offer pass you by to get you started---this offer expires July 30,2017!!*********

In exchange for my honest and unbiased review, I received a $25 gift card to try out Stockpile. This post contains a referral link. I am not a market professional and not responsible for gains or losses that you may experience. I am not affiliated with or own an investment in any company or brand mentioned, and have no plans to do so. Securities products are not FDIC insured. Not bank guaranteed. May lose value


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