Square’s Cash App now allows you to buy and sell stocks free of charge, avoiding the usual fees which can eat into profits.
Even better, the app allows you to buy fractions of expensive stocks like GOOG, where a single share currently costs over $1,200. Indeed, you can begin share trading with as little as $1…
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