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Hello i am new here.. Wanted to ask what is the better app to use or buy fraction of individual shares.. i came across app name called Stash. Is it better option?
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Off the top of my head I know that RobinHood, SoFi and Fidelity when placed on the app support fractional shares. More and more brokerages are opening up fractional shares and I expect within a couple years everyone will.

I don't know much about Stash but it's my understanding that it's main virtue is making it easier to invest your spare change.

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