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I'm new at this. I just transferred money into my trade account and wanted to buy GOOG Alaphabet but the price per share is over $900, and I'm just beginning to build my long term foundation of beginner stocks. At that price per share I could only afford 2 or 3 shares is that sensible or should I say: Is that what a Motley fool would do? If I can save $700 a month to buy stocks each month, how would I acquire GOOG?

Follow question: My goal is to get 15 beginner stocks in my foundation. When do begin buying the stocks of month? Is there a rule of thumb for how many shares overall should be in my basic portfolio or a certain total value BEFORE I begin buying FOOLISH stocks of the month?

I'd be very grateful for some Foolish advise. Kindest Regards
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