Invest with Stockpile

With Stockpile, you can buy fractional shares of stock in publicly-traded companies. Rather than buying an entire share of stock, you can get just the amount you want in your favorite company.

You can pick from more than a thousand stocks including Amazon, Tesla, Apple, Nike and Disney. Stockpile also offers ETFs for Gold, NASDAQ, S&P500 and more.

See the video below on how you can get started with Stockpile:

 

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24 thoughts on “Invest with Stockpile

    1. Yes, you can re-invest dividends automatically. Dividends are calculated relative to the fraction of the share you own. For.e.g if you own half a share, you will get dividend for half a share and so on.

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    1. Hi Wayne,
      There are no charges for opening an account with Stockpile. There are also no monthly charges and there are no account minimums.
      You can open an account and invest any amount that you are comfortable with!

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    1. Hi Monica, You can setup monthly automatic withdrawal from your bank to fund your account and purchase stocks. Please let us know if you are interested, and we will followup with the next steps on how to enroll for the same.

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    1. Hi Rebecca,

      Any proceeds from your stocks sell goes to your stockpile account.
      You can link a bank account to stockpile account. Once you do that, you can transfer cash from your stockpile account to your bank. There is no fee to transfer cash in and out of your bank account.

      Hope this helps!

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    1. Hi Amanda,
      There are no monthly fees and no account minimums for your stockpile account. You can buy or sell stocks at any point in time and you only pay $0.99 cents for each trade. Let me know if you have further questions.,

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  1. Hi I just got $25 rewards don’t know which stock to pick Facebook or Google ? I had a feeling both are very good to get what is your advice. Lilian V

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