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The Top Four Fractional Shares to Start Building Wealth Today

Not long ago, commissions, transfer fees, "odd-lot" fees, and slow communications were huge barriers of entry for the markets; regular investors were frozen out.

But fractional shares have changed all that, making it easier than ever for more people to build real wealth.

Shah Gilani recommends buying these four fractional shares to get started…



Two "Sweet Spot" Stocks to Trade This Week

Now that we’re starting to turn the corner on the pandemic, there’s one type of company that’s tailor-made for profitable trading right now.

Not only did they have really strong pandemic performance, but they’re still going strong with the recovery.

Tom’s picked out two of these “sweet spot” stocks to trade for big profits before Memorial Day… .


Trading Strategies

How to Profit from Big-Money Stocks for Pennies on the Dollar

Shelling out money for shares that cost $1,000 apiece can be off-putting, no matter their actual value or how well they perform.

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 Inc., Autozone Inc., and Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. 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, our Chris Johnson is going to share the cure for "Stock Sticker Shock."

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...


Markets Live Recap: Our Experts Cover Federal Stimulus, Oil, Gold, and Earnings

This morning, the U.S. Senate passed a $484 billion relief package that the House of Representative is expected to approve on Thursday.

$370 billion is intended for small businesses, $75 billion will be for hospital relief, and $25 billion will be used to expand coronavirus testing.

Oil was up about 20% and stocks rebounded on the day, with the S&P 500 closing up about 2.5%.

But it was also interesting to see gold up 3% on the day.

Here's what our experts – Chris Johnson, Tom Gentile, D.R. Barton, Jr., and Shah Gilani – think about the stimulus, oil, gold, and stocks during earnings season.