Free shares? Then read on!

I've been investing since yesterday. Small-scale, that is, but still invest. How do I do that? A friend pointed me out an app called Bux Zero. You pay no commission fees via Bux Zero and also the app is free. The only thing you pay for is if you want to buy or sell shares automatically at a certain price. You pay one euro for this and that too is easy in my opinion. Bux Zero allows you to buy Dutch, German, Austrian and American shares. The Dutch fair is open from 09:00 to 17:00, that of Germany from 09:00 to 17:30 and the American is open from 15:30 to 22:00. All in all, so do well without having to miss a night's sleep. If you board Bux Zero and sign up via a share link, you will receive a free share as soon as you deposit a minimum of a penny (you can then return this penny to your account after you get the free share). You can then hold or sell this share. If you sell it, you can choose to deposit this money directly into your bank account and walk away with free money. However, you can also invest the money in a share of your choice. I did that last thing. I have invested 25 euros and currently have a value of 48 euros in my possession. In a day I already have a good profit (partly by acquiring graits shares) and with the shares I bought I hope to take a good profit on the basis of a few months. Or yes... well in the tens or at most several hundred then. Despite the 'low' return, it certainly feels like a good investment and fun to experiment with. In any case, it brings more money than if I left it in the bank, there you already lose more on package costs than what you eventually get in interest. Also interested? Then you can sign up via this link . #BuxZero #Aandelen #Beleggen