Take a look at the Forbes Richest People list, and you’ll notice almost all the billionaires have one thing in common — they own another company.
But if you work for a living and don’t happen to have millions of dollars lying around, that can sound totally out of reach.
But with an app called Stash, it doesn’t have to be. It lets you be a part of something that’s normally exclusive to the richest of the rich — on Stash you can buy pieces of other companies for as little as $1.
That’s right — you can invest in pieces of well-known companies, such as Amazon, Google, Apple and more for as little as $1. The best part? If these companies profit, so can you. Some companies even send you a check every quarter for your share of the profits, called dividends.1
It takes two minutes to sign up, and it’s totally secure. With Stash, all your investments are protected by the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC) — that’s industry talk for, “Your money’s safe.”2
Plus, when you use the link above, Stash will give you a $5 sign-up bonus once you deposit $5 into your account.*
Here’s how it works:
1. Come to the #StashStockParty (July 16 at 8 p.m. ET).
2. We’re handing out Disney stock to all Stashers. ($DIS)
3. And one Stasher will win $3,000 for a Disney vacation.
Come through July 16—and tell your friends!
Origen: Win a trip to Disney at this #StashStockParty
As you’ve probably seen, IPO stocks are having a major moment right now. With new companies coming to market at a record pace, how do you know which IPOs to consider adding to your portfolio?
On July 27th, IBD is hosting a webinar called The IPO Gold Rush and I’d like to invite you to watch it for free. Hosts Justin Nielsen, IBD’s Market Research Director and Ken Shreve, IBD’s Senior Markets Writer will cover the ins and outs of IPOs, including the best time to buy (here’s a tip: it’s not the first day of trading).
Justin and Ken will show you:
- The IPO winners of 2020 and what you can learn from them
- The best-performing IPOs of 2021 so far
- The right time and the wrong time to buy an IPO stock
- How the current IPO frenzy compares to the dot-com IPO mania of 2000
Free webinar: The IPO Gold Rush
July 27, 2021
11:30am PT / 2:30pm ET
Origen: Free webinar: The IPO Gold Rush