Is the stock market only profitable if you invest a lot of money?

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nawaf
Asked at 2012-08-05 00:00:02
I am a poor college student and I have a stock account, but I only have fifty dollars in it. I was thinking about buying a fraction of a share in a company I like, but I was thinking into it. The cost to trade with this particular account is $9.95. Does this also apply to the selling fee? I am not very knowledgeable yet about stocks, so I have been reading about them to learn more.
So if I were to buy only fifty dollars' worth, would that mean that the company would need steady growth for several years in order to turn even a tiny profit due to the trading fees (By tiny profit I mean only a few dollars, lol)?
Experienced and wisened people, how much money do you recommend investing at minimum? Thank you!
Answer1AntoinAnswered at 2012-09-08 10:28:01
The conversion rate is great. My neighbor made a package with this program . Only $ 4.95 in advance.
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