Want to give a brilliant gift that your recipient of all ages will love? How about the gift of stocks?
How about even $10, $5 or even $1 of stocks in companies like Disney, Amazon, Google, and yes, even Bitcoin??
But if a share of stock for these companies is well over $1, $5 and $10 a share, how can you own a piece of it for this price?
That’s where Stockpile and the idea behind fractional shares comes in.
It is the opportunity to buy a fraction of a share in the stock market. This means you can own a piece of the pie without having to invest a huge amount of money. Your “fraction” of an investment will grow at the same exact rate as anyone owning a full share or many shares of a company.
Buy purchasing fractional shares, you have the ability to invest in those bigger and lucrative companies and see your investment grow.
It is a fantastic way to start investing, especially if you have never invested in anything before. It is also an amazing gift and idea for kids.
For an example of how Stockpile works:
Even though Facebook was at $180.14 a share at the time of this picture, you can buy as little as $1 of stock in Facebook. You still own a part of the company.
I then just added some “zeros” to the equation and you can see how your ownership increases.
This becomes an opportunity for anyone to do something more with their money.
I know that in the past, I have been reluctant to invest because I thought I had to have a minimum of hundreds to do anything with it.
But Stockpile has finally made investing a possibility for everyone.
What are the fees to use Stockpile?
Here’s another great part. Along with thinking I needed hundreds at minimum to invest, I also didn’t like the fees from the brokerage to complete the transaction for me. I just don’t like fees.
But that is where Stockpile is ahead of the curve again. The fees to buy and trade are only $0.99 each transaction! That’s it!
If you do use a credit card or PayPal, you also have a 3% card processing fee. But these are the only fees associated with your account.
Here’s the best news.
We are giving you a FREE $5 to invest in any company you would like to own shares or fractional shares in.
And guess what…?!?
You can give $5 away to an unlimited number of people too!
“How?” You ask?
Well, if you are referred to Stockpile by a friend (i.e. your friendly MousekeMoms), you can get a FREE $5 to invest anyway you would like. And this $5 is fee free too. So you don’t even have to pay the $0.99 trade fee. It’s totally free.
It is free money just sitting there waiting for you to tell it where to go. No credit card is entered, no money out of your pocket, but money that you could have growing.
And once you start your account through a friend’s referral link, you will be able to send an unlimited number of $5 gifts to your friends and family (one per person, but not per household) too.
This is the BEST way to start and start now…let me know you why.
I gifted my kids the FREE $5, plus I also got them $1 of Disney stock each to start.
I signed them up a week ago. My kids’ Disney stock portfolio has grown from $1.00 to $1.05 in a week.
That is awesome and super fun to watch.
Now let me show you what they did with their free $5 gifts:
I had one child that invested in Tesla (he’s a 7-year old boy and likes cars).
His stock has grown from $5 (the free $5 I gifted him) to $5.15 in one week.
Two of my kids invested in Google – my 11 year old boy and 13 year old daughter. Their free $5 of stock has grown from $5 to $5.32 in one week.
Three of my kids, my 12 year old daughter, my 8 year old daughter and my 2 year old son (I chose his) invested in Bitcoin.
This is what happened to their FREE $5 of Bitcoin stock in ONE WEEK:
Almost 100% growth!! And that is $9.52 that they did not have before, $5 of which was given to them by me from my friend referral link. It didn’t cost me anything, it didn’t cost them anything. And since I have 6 kids, we have quite a combined nest egg of freebies growing!
I am telling you, there is NO REASON not to at least invest the
free $5 and play with it and watch it grow.
As you learn more from Stockpile.
Another cool aspect is that Stockpile is there for the beginning and timid investor. They have a learning section which teaches everyone about the stock market, and it is simple enough that young kids can learn about it and understand it.
My kids have been engrossed in learning this past week. They already want to invest some of their savings into the stock market through Stockpile.
We also plan to “gift them” $25 of stocks in their “stockings” as an extra Christmas present this year.
Note that you can “gift” Stockpile without having an account. But note that there is a gifting fee of $2.99. Similar to the fees when you buy a Visa or American Express gift card. But, because you are paying the gifting fees, your recipient does not have a single fee associated with redeeming the gift card for stocks.
Note that you will need to set-up an account to be able to invest. Per US laws, in order to invest in the stock market, you will need to provide a SSN. So this will be part of the account set-up. Stockpile is insured through SIPC so your account information, and investments are insured and secure.