Milk, check. Bread, check. Eggs, check. Shares of stocks…check? Today’s article discusses an amazing new buying opportunity for consumers. You know those gift cards you can buy while you’re waiting in line at the grocery store? Well now you can do that with stocks, a company called Stockpile is making it happen. Here’s how it works, “The cards will be available in denominations of $25, $50 and $100, meaning the purchase will often be a fractional share of the stock. A $25 purchase of Berkshire Hathaway’s “B” shares, for example, would be less than 20% of one share at Monday’s closing price of $133.40. Consumers already can buy fractional shares when they place orders with brokers or reinvest dividend payouts.” To read more, CLICK HERE.