Stockpile – Invest in the future


Today, I get to share with you something besides sweepstakes. I was recently given the opportunity to try Stockpile. It’s a new way of investing. They buy fractional shares which means, you can buy stocks without needing thousands of dollars to get started. In fact, each of my readers that sign up using my referral link will get $5 added to their account to start investing right away!

I love the reason why Stockpile was started. Here’s the story from their website: “A few Christmases ago, our founder, Avi, thought it would be neat to give his nieces and nephews some stock in their favorite companies instead of more stuff. But the ones he wanted to give — Apple and Google — were too pricey, and the process was such a hassle that he gave up and bought more toys. He couldn’t get the idea out of his mind, though, and figured there had to be a way. And that’s how Stockpile was born.”

Pretty cool, huh? I tested it out myself and I found the site very easy to use. I even live chatted a question I had and it was answered immediately. They have lots of stocks to choose from – Facebook, Apple, Amazon and Barnes & Noble are just a few of the companies they have that you can invest in, I also saw that you can refer friends and earn $5 per friend that signs up, so you could possibly earn more than the $5 you would get for signing up through my link.

And in case you have more questions, here are some handy links to give you more information about Stockpile and how it all works:
Stockpile on Twitter
Learn Stockpile
My referral link (so you can have the $5 to get started)

***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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