Easiest Way to Buy STUF Stocks (Ex: Buy Into Tesla for $1)
I’ve found the quickest and easiest way to get into some of the most exciting stocks on the market.
I’m talking about amazing stocks like the ones that make up STUF.
It’s an app that not only keeps your investments organized, but also allows you to buy into some of the biggest stocks for a fraction of their prices.
That means you could buy into Tesla for $100, $10 or even as low as $1!
Check out this week’s video to find out exactly how to buy as much STUF as you want.
What are STUF Stocks?
STUF is an acronym I use to refer to four stocks that represent the heart of what we do here at Bold Profits: Innovation, future, new world ideas and tech that is changing the way we live.
These are life changing ideas that are fundamentally shaping the world we live in right now and in the future.
How to Buy Into STUF Stocks
Let’s discuss the easiest way to buy stocks. This weekend I checked into my Square Cash app and I saw an upgrade that allowed me to buy stocks. Those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about, go to your iPhone app store, Google app store or Android app store and search for an app called Cash App.
This app allows you to keep and transfer money from person to person. Like a digital wallet. And now there’s more.
Cash App introduced a brand-new feature that allows you to buy stocks. Here’s why this is the absolute easiest way to buy STUF stocks — Spotify, Tesla, Uber and Facebook — or any and all other stocks available. Let’s use Tesla as an Example.
Example: Using Cash App to Buy Into Tesla
For those of you who know Tesla, you know it’s priced in the $300s. If you go to a regular broker like E-Trade, Fidelity or Schwab, you have to buy at least one share. You can’t buy less than one share. But the cool thing with Cash App is that you can just buy into Tesla, using the money you have now.
For example, you can just buy $1, $10, $20, $50, $100 or whatever amount you want of Tesla instead of being forced to buy one share. That is, so far, completely unique. While Ameritrade has said they are planning to introduce it, they have not introduced it yet.
Whereas before you would feel like you had to buy the stocks with lower price tags. Now you can buy the stocks of companies that have these large price tags. Oftentimes those are lower quality stocks to begin with.
These include the companies in our STUF stocks definition — Spotify, Tesla, Uber and Facebook.
These are companies that represent the future and the new world. They are still in the process of building things. Their businesses are still being built out. It’s too early to judge. Nonetheless, STUF as a portfolio is up more than 4.5% or so since I first put the report out. If you are in there, we are continuing to track it.
Editor, Profits Unlimited