What would you do with it if you had $1000 that you didn’t need to put towards bills or into an emergency fund? For many people, the answer would be to invest it. But, where should you invest it? Should you buy fractional shares of a big cor? Or should you invest in a smaller company that has the potential to explode?
To answer that question, Tim Melvin asks two of his own questions. First, why would you buy stock? Second, why would you pay full price?
Here’s how to get the most out of a $1000 right now.
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