Start investing with as little as $5. Buy fractional shares in 1,000+ name brand stocks and ETFs. No monthly or annual fees. Only 99¢ a trade.
Featured in Consumer Reports, The Wall Street Journal, and CNBC, the Stockpile app is a great way to learn how to buy stocks and ETFs, including gold and Bitcoin funds. You can buy full or partial shares of Alphabet, Apple, Amazon, Disney, or Tesla. Pay with cash, credit/debit card, or Apple Pay.
Start with $5, $10, $20 or $50. We offer fractional shares so you can spend just the amount of money you want without having to buy a whole share. This makes owning a piece of your favorite company affordable for you, even the expensive blue chips.
The earlier you start, the longer your savings have to grow! Time really is money in the investing world. Take a look at our compound interest calculator in the app to see what we mean.
MORE EGGS IN MORE BASKETS
Invest regularly and build your portfolio over time. When you buy fractional shares, you don’t have to put all your eggs in one basket. You can divide your savings over a few different companies. Of course, you can withdraw your money at anytime.
LEARN AS YOU GO
Use our 20 fun mini-lessons to demystify investing, dividends, ETFs and more. Our trading tips help you learn how to trade with confidence.
1000+ NAME BRAND STOCKS AND ETFs
Buy shares in companies you know and love. Or buy ETFs managed by experts like Fidelity, Vanguard, and Blackrock. Even buy Bitcoin or gold through exchange funds.
NO MONTHLY FEES, ONLY 99¢ A TRADE
Unlike other brokerages, Stockpile doesn’t ding you every month just to have an account. You can move your money to and from your bank free of charge, and even reinvest dividends for free.
AGES 0 AND UP
Kids and teens can Stockpile by opening their custodial account with an adult. They can check their stocks 24/7 and even place trades that go to the adult’s smartphone for approval. Our youngest customers are only a few months old!
GIFT CARDS OF STOCK
Give the gift of stock instead of stuff. Pick a ticker symbol and dollar amount, and pay with a debit or credit card. You can also buy physical gift cards of stock as a unique gift for birthdays, graduations, holidays, and other occasions. You don’t have to break the bank to set someone on the path to a better financial future.
SAFE & SECURE
Protecting your identity and personal data is our top priority. We safeguard your data using 256-bit encryption. We are an SEC registered broker-dealer and member of FINRA and SIPC. Securities in your account are protected up to $500,000. For details, visit sipc.org.
HAVE A QUESTION? Call 1-877-374-2584 weekdays between 9 to 6 pm ET, or email us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Ratings and Reviews
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!
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
Functional but confusing interface
The app is great for how easy it is to buy and sell stock. But, I want more options for viewing my total stock growth and returns. As it is right now, the only way to view my total ROI is through the graph presented at the top of the home page. I'd like to be able to zoom in on different portions of that graph and have it be more interactive. I'd like to see a version that normalizes out my investments so that I'm only seeing the growth or decline of my stock instead of artificial stepwise increases in the value simply due to the fact that I put money into a stock that day. It also isn't totally clear to me what the numbers in the red/green circle are. Is it total and percent return over the time period I selected on the graph? Or just overall total and percent rerun? Because when you look at an individual stock it's unclear what those numbers in the circle are because they're different than the total return reported in the detailed explanation below the chart. Also navigating to different portions of the app is a little clunky.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.