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Investing in Partial Shares

On 06/13/2011, in Investment Strategies, by Jordan Wilson

The share price of certain companies or funds can become quite high over time.

That is one reason why many companies split their shares once they reach a certain value. To make the shares affordable to a wider range of investor.

For example, should you wish to acquire even one share of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRK-A) class A shares, you would require just under USD 112,000.00 as at June 13, 2011. A little too expensive for most individual investors.

And for smaller investors, even stocks like Google Inc. (GOOG) at about USD 505.00 or Apple Inc. (AAPL) at about USD 330.00 might be too dear for inclusion in a diversified portfolio.

So what does one do? 

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