Schwab Stock Slices™
Now anyone can own any of America's leading companies in the S&P 500® for as little as $5, even if their shares cost more.
Buy a single slice for as little as $5.
Or buy multiple slices at a time.
All corporate logos and prices are for illustrative purposes only and are not a recommendation, an offer to sell, or a solicitation of an offer to buy any security. Share prices will vary based on market conditions. Share % is of one share truncated to one decimal point.
Let's say you want to invest in a company, but its stock price may be higher than what you want to pay. Instead of buying a whole share of stock, you can buy a fractional share, which is a "slice" of stock that represents a partial share, for as little as $5. For example, if a company's stock is selling at $1,000 a share and you were buying $200 worth of it, you would own 0.2 (20%) of a share. With stock slices, investing has never been more accessible.
A simple, low-cost way to invest in any S&P 500 stock.
Anytime you buy fractional shares through Schwab Stock Slices, you can buy a single slice or up to 30 slices for as little as $5 per slice. And of course, you can trade stock slices commission-free online, just as you would regular stocks at Schwab.1
Get started with as little as $5.
Any S&P 500 stock is now within reach.
Have the freedom to choose up to 30 stocks each time.
It's easy to get started.
StepOpen an Account
If you already have a Schwab brokerage account, you can buy stock slices now. If you don't have a brokerage account, you'll need to open one.
StepFund Your Account
Once you open your account, it may take a few days for it to be approved and funded. We will notify you once your funds are available.
StepBuy Your Fractional Shares
After your account has been funded, log in and go to Schwab Stock Slices to get started.
Take the next step.
Take the next step.
Already a Schwab client? Log in to your brokerage account to buy stock slices.
Give the gift of ownership.
Find out how you can buy someone you care about stock slices in a custodial account. It’s a great way to give the gift of ownership to minors.
You have questions. We have answers.
- What is Schwab Stock Slices?
- What's a fractional share?
- Do fractional shares pay dividends?
- Which stocks are available for purchase through Schwab Stock Slices?
- Is there a minimum or limit on how much I can invest through Schwab Stock Slices?
- Is there a limit on the number of fractional shares I can buy through Schwab Stock Slices?
- What happens after I purchase stocks through Schwab Stock Slices?
- Do I need a Schwab account?
- Are there any fees?
- What happens to my fractional shares if there is a stock split?
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