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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Product Review~Stockpile

I have always been intrigued by the stock market, but have never purchased stocks. The process and all the choices have always seemed overwhelming. I didn't know where to start! I recently had the opportunity to try out Stockpile and my thinking has changed! 

I received a gift card to purchase stock at www.stockpile.com and the process was easy and educational! On the website there are lots of tutorials to help you, including a quick start guide. I learned so much!  Here is the link to learn all about the process: https://learn.stockpile.com/

First I checked out all the different kinds of stocks available. Stockpile has them broken down into categories so you can invest in something that interests you. I picked one of their newer stocks, and was able to get a little over one share. You can buy partial shares, which is nice especially for the more expensive stocks. My stock went down a little at first, but is now climbing again. It is very easy to sign on and check how your investment is doing, including a graph that shows increases and decreases over time. You can also transfer your balance to a different stock or stocks any time. 

I have been very impressed with Stockpile. They made the stock buying process very simple. I'm excited to continue on with my stock and adding to it! I think a gift of stock would be great for so many people, especially young adults and kids. If you are interested in trying out Stockpile, I have a great offer for you! If you use my link to sign up by July 30, you will get $5 of free stock! Here is the link: http://bit.ly/2qWNOCc

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“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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