Stockpile: Investing Made Easy 4+

Stock trading for beginners


Designed for iPhone

    • 4.7 • 55.8K Ratings
    • Free

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Stockpile is the easiest way to start investing. Invest in stocks and ETFs with zero commissions and zero trading fees, something only Stockpile offers.

Investing stocks with Stockpile means looking at long-term goals and making responsible trading decisions. Stock market investing should have measured investment returns on a time frame of years, not days or hours. We want to make sure that we can help guide our customers towards smart investments with prolonged returns.

Buy stocks and fractional shares in the companies that you love in amounts you can afford. Stock trading should be accessible for all. Get started with as little as $5 and invest how much you want without having to buy a whole share. Stockpile has eliminated all commission or trading fees when you buy or sell stocks, an industry first.

Buying stock is easier than ever with our gift cards. Only Stockpile lets you give loved ones something truly unique - a gift card redeemable for stock ownership. Trading stocks and learning about how to invest should not be limited by age. Set up custodial accounts for your kids, so they can embrace investing early in life.

Make investments with confidence with our mini-lessons, blog and beginner’s guide. Learn about stocks and demystify markets, dividends, ETFs and other industry terms. Stockpile is an all-in-one stock trading app that gives you all the tools you need to begin your journey in stock market investing.

Download Stockpile and become a confident investor.


- Invest in stocks with zero commissions & trading fees; choose from over 4000 stocks & ETFs
- In an industry first, Stockpile aims to make stock trading accessible for all
- Buy ETFs managed by experts like Fidelity, Vanguard, and Blackrock
- Trades are processed once a day, at the end of the trading day to encourage long-term trading
- Stockpile does not offer options trading, nor do we allow our users to trade on margin

- Stock market investing should be simple and attainable
- Buy stocks in the companies and brands that you want to invest in
- Buying stock is possible with whichever amount you want, even as little as 1$
- Fractional shares let you start stock market investing without having to buy a whole share

- Gift stock cards to loved ones and help them start their stock trading journey
- Stockpile’s gift cards offer stock ownership in any company of your or their choosing
- Pick a stock and any dollar amount to be redeemed - even pay with a debit or credit card
- A stock gift card is a gift that keeps on giving; help others expand their investment portfolio

- Learn stocks and how to invest with our mini-lessons, blog and beginner’s guide
- Don’t let industry terms keep you from participating in investing in the stock market
- Set up custodial accounts for kids and monitor their trades 24/7
- Kids can place trades that go to an adult’s phone for approval
- Encourage their curiosity and help your kids embrace investing stocks early in life

Stock market investing is made easy with Stockpile. Give the gift of stock and start trading today!

What’s New

Version 4.1.56

Here’s what we have piled into this update:
- Various bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
55.8K Ratings

55.8K Ratings

Double-m1 ,

Great for the beginning stock investor

This app is perfect for someone starting out to invest in the stock market that doesn’t have a lot of money to spend. You can think of Stockpile as a savings account where you can invest literally pocket change, with the potential for better returns on investments (and also for greater losses) with the sole purpose of this app is to help build Equity within a stock share without necessarily having the entire stock price money. It’s a great opportunity for wealth building or for savings for a future purchase. Stockpile is bear bones in terms of trading tools (no limits, stop limits, good til cancel and the like) as every stock you purchase is bought at the closing of the stock market day. So if you decide you want to purchase a stock at $45 at that moment you’ll have to wait until the close of the market before your transaction is completed and at that point the stock price could be higher or lower than the $45 stock price you might have wanted. So if you’re looking for trading tools stockpile may not be for you, but if you’re looking for a unusual way to purchase stocks with a low commission with a savings account type ease then stockpile is the hands down winner!

KalenaW ,

App needs revamping and Customer service is below average

I was interested in this to earn some extra money and not take too much risk as nowadays you have to be careful. I got a fraction of share of stock from Groupon a few days ago and finally downloaded the Stockpile app and put in my Social Security Number as they requested due to regulations. Then I linked my checking account to my account. Then yesterday I tried to access my account but couldn’t gain access so I called (put on hold too long) and then emailed Customer Support. I received an email telling me I was locked out due to Equifax breach so to unlock I had to send a copy of my driver’s license to verify my identity. The email said it would take 2-3 days to unlock my account. In the meantime I received another email from Stockpile saying that my weekly automatic deposit of $950 would be transferred to my account in 2-3 days and I became alarmed as I had not set up any auto deposit from my checking into my Stockpile account. I could not access my account as it is still locked so I tried contacting customer service by phone and waited on hold for over 30 minutes so I emailed them to tell them they are mistaken and I did NOT authorize an automatic withdrawal out of my checking account. I called my bank and they said they cannot take action until Stockpile attempts to take out funds from my checking it is all so disconcerting

Mcsquiggy1987 ,

Awful. Stay FAR away

So I had zero issues until I was on vacation with no cell reception. I got paid and put $20 in like I do every pay period. I got an email stating “your money has finished its journey from your bank to our clearing house.” I had couldn’t check my mobile banking to verify because we were in a remote location. I don’t know about you, but that verbiage tells me they have RECIEVED my funds. They credit my account $20 and I buy stock. So I’m using my card as normal for food and gas while I’m away confident that if I didn’t have funds in my account, my payments just wouldn’t go through. I then get an email as I’m returning home that I didn’t have funds for my stock and had gotten $30 an NSF fee. Then I hear from stockpile that they’re also charging me $30 for a returned check fee. If I had thought that the transaction hadn’t been completed I wouldn’t have even used the card in the first place. So I email their non existent customer service to tell them that I’d happily cover the $20 but absolutely not the $30 because my email clearly stated they had my money. The representative said my email said it was “pending” and “requested.” I took screenshots of the email to send them proving her wrong. I was told “Oh well, should have read your terms of service better.” Then they just stopped responding. So they locked my account. I can’t even cash out, give them what they say owe and be done with this ridiculous company.

Developer Response ,

Hi there, Thanks for the review and for letting us know about your experience. Transfers can be reversed with your bank for a few reasons, which sounds like it may have happened here. Sorry about the experience you have had so far with this but if you could reach out to us at we would love to chat with you in regards to this.

App Privacy

The developer, Stockpile, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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