Shelling out money for shares that cost $1,000 apiece can be off-putting, no matter how well they perform or the actual value they represent.
Never mind that "cheap" is often cheap for a good reason; there's an understandable, but mostly incorrect, perception that the lower the share price, the better the bargain.
But it's undeniable: Stocks like Alphabet, Autozone, and Chipotle are all caught up in dynamite trends.
They're far outpacing the market, and there's no reason for them to stop anytime soon.
And yet, plenty of regular investors take a look at the quote and think they'll have to settle for fractional shares - or worse, give the company a miss altogether.
So today, I'm going to share the cure for "stock sticker shock"...
Anyone can use it to ride mammoth profit trends in pricey shares for a fraction of the cost of holding them...